October 1, 2018

Plymouth-Canton Outreach Coalition to be recognized at IFLC’s Awards Diner Oct. 24

Recognizing their years of work in community service, assisting the poor and its nationally-recognized efforts in raising awareness against bullying, hate crimes and bias, the Interfaith […]
September 21, 2018

Interfaith is an Important Tool to Combat Injustice – a Message from IFLC Chairman Robert Bruttell

What Kevin Creamer, a  2018 Imagining Justice in Baltimore Fellow and an Associate at Catholic Charities of Baltimore, says below, could have been said here in […]
September 12, 2018

Sikh Music: The Untold Story Screens 3 p.m Sept. 15 at Madonna University

When film producer and academic Jasvir Kaur Rababan, 35, was growing up in a tightly-knit Sikh community in central England, the Gurdwura she attended for her […]
August 15, 2018

Exploring Religious Landscapes Fall 2018: Mysticism

Mysticism is defined as an experience that is both spiritual and physical.  There are pratices, texts and philosophies about mysticism in every faith as people have […]
August 8, 2018

Rabbi of Temple Kol Ami Meets with Jews and Muslims promoting Israeli/Palestinian co-existence in ancient Arab village

Last month on a rabbinical conference in Israel conducted by the pluralistic Shalom Hartman Institute, Rabbi Brent Gutmann of Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield, along […]
May 22, 2018

Tattoos – Hindu, Jewish and Muslim Perspectives

Tattoos – A Hindu Perspective Thank you to Chandru Acharya Hindus have had several traditions of permanent as well as temporary tattooing that has been practiced […]