The clergy and religious leaders of the Jewish & Christian communities of Holliston, Massachusetts and the surrounding area, the Islamic Center of Boston, the Sikh Community of Millis, the Ramakrishna Vedanta Society of Boston (Hindu), and the Baha'i community from the Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project, provide opportunities for multifaith and nonreligious neighbors to come together. In doing so, we honor our diversity & God's presence in all of us.
Extending the Boundaries of our Hearts:
Interfaith Conversation with Swami T on his New Book
Looking Deeply
Swami Tyagananda, spiritual is head of the Ramakrishna Vedanta Society of Boston (Hindu), and dialogue partner with us at the Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project. OnTuesday, December 7 at 7 pm, Swami T will share insights from his new book, Looking Deeply, and invite us to an interfaith conversation on our deepest selves.

Tuesday, October 6 at 7 pm: Muslim, Jewish, and Christian Dialogue
The October 6 panel program was wonderful. The following are the next three opportunities as we explore the interfaith possibilities of Israeli Palestinian collaboration. All programs are on zoom from 7:30 pm to 9 pm.

October 13 - Can We Share? Sanctity of the Holy Land: A Jewish, Christian and Muslim Perspective.
October 27 - Can We Acknowledge? Reflecting on our Histories and Narratives.
November 10 - Can We Help? Our Role in Finding Solutions.


Want to Know More about Muslims and Islam?
Take your understanding to the next level with a short email mini-course from Pew Research Center.
Lesson 1: How many Muslims are there in the world, and where do they live?
Lesson 2: What do Muslims around the world believe?
Lesson 3: Who are U.S. Muslims and what do they believe?
Lesson 4: How are Muslims viewed in the West?
Hagar as a Model of Faith: a Jewish Muslim Perspective
Dr. Deena Grant, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies, and Dr. Hossein Kamaly, Associate Professor of Islamic Studies, will explore the role of Hagar within the Abraham narrative in this free webinar. October 28, 7 pm to 8 pm online.
Buddhist Meditation
Venerable Debokkawe Pannasiri was born in Angunukolapelassa in Hambanthota, Sri Lanka. He worked as a religious lecturer/counselor at the National Drug Prevention Operation Unit at the Ministry of Buddha Sasana and Religious Affairs.

Stay Tuned for local interfaith activity in the fall. In the meantime checkout our website and Facebook. Participate in upcoming online opportunities. Let us know what you think and share your suggestions with us!
METROWEST INTERFAITH DIALOGUE PROJECT 

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