The clergy and religious leaders of Holliston, Massachusetts and the surrounding area, the Islamic Society of Framingham and the Sikh Community of Millis, and the Bahai community have created the Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project, providing opportunities for multifaith and unaffiliated neighbors to come together, honoring our diversity & discovering God's presence in all of us.
Interfaith Scripture Study Coming in March 2021
Interfaith Scripture Study
The first and third week of March we invite to join us for interfaith scripture study on Creation and Passover. Representatives from Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Sikh, Hindu and other faiths will join us as we break into small groups to explore each other's scriptures.

The Interfaith Book Club at the Islamic Center Invites you
Shaheen Akhtar, Rabbi Josh Breindel and Fr. Carl Chudy lead a discussion on faith practices of forgiveness. Sunday, February 7, 2 pm. Please RVSP at (Islamic Center of Boston, Wayland, MA)

Christians and Muslims Pray Together in Cambridge
Badaliya is a prayer movement that began in the 1930's in Cairo and Paris with Muslims and Christians. Join in on Sunday, February 21, at 3 pm. Christians and Muslims in the Cambridge area will be coming together. Contact Dorothy Buck for information.
Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative
PO Box 368, Attleboro MA 02703
(508) 222-2933 |
How Millennials Can Lead Us Out of the Mess We're In: A Jew, a Muslim, and a Christian Share Leadership Lessons from the Life of Moses brings together a Jew, a Muslim and a Christian to inspire the next generation of leaders with the timeless story of the ancient prophet Moses and stories and spiritual lessons of his selfless leadership. In a world increasingly affected by political, social, and racial imbalance, we need strong, innovative leaders who have not forgotten or ignored these valuable lessons.
The World Interfaith Harmony Week February 1 - 7, 2021

The World Interfaith Harmony Week is based on the pioneering work of The Common Word initiative. This initiative, which started in 2007, called for Muslim, Christians and many others to engage in a dialogue based on two common fundamental religious Commandments; Love of God, and Love of the Neighbor, without nevertheless compromising any of their own religious tenets.
On Monday, February 1st join Parliament Trustee, Rev. Dr. John T. Pawlikowski, for an interfaith panel hosted by Catholic Theological Union entitled, Antisemitism in America: An Interfaith Conversation.

​​​​​​​This panel features three world-renowned scholars who will discuss the rising and varied manifestations of antisemitism in America today against the backdrop of their areas of expertise in Jewish-Christian relations, American history, and political science. In putting their analyses into conversation with one another, this panel will offer not only expert insight, but also a way forward in defining what antisemitism is, how it is expressed in political and religious forms, and how it can be most effectively addressed.

Moderated by Dr. Malka Z. Simkovich (Director of Catholic-Jewish Studies at Catholic Theological Union) the panel features the participation of Dr. Pamela Nadell (American University), Dr. Miriam Elman (Syracuse University), and Rev. Dr. John T. Pawlikowski (Professor Emeritus-Catholic Theological Union). Register Here

Fr. Carl Chudy, SX - Interfaith Outreach Coordinator @ Our Lady of Fatima Shrine, Holliston, MA.