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.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Warmth of Other Suns examines the unspoken caste system that has shaped America and how our lives are still defined by a hierarchy of human divisions and how systemic racism endures.
Badaliyais a prayer movement that began in the 1930's in Cairo and Paris with Muslims and Christians. Join in on Sunday, November 15 at 3 pm. Christians and Muslims in the Cambridge area will be coming together. Contact Dorothy Buck for information.
Ecumenical Bible Study with the Holliston Clergy and their Communities
Join us every Tuesday for a special ecumenical bible study with the communities of First Congregational Church, St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Christ the King Lutheran Church, and Our Lady of Fatima Shrine, all in Holliston. Register here to receive the zoom link.
Contact Rev. Bonnie Steinroeder of the First Congregational Church in Holliston for the zoom link. All are welcome.
Secular Day of the Dead
A Secular Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos Secular event is a celebration of life. Nontheist Hispanics and others view the Secular Day of the Dead as a perfect way to remember the legacy of dead loved ones that does not require prayer, church, or religious dogma. To nontheists, our legacies are our afterlife. Register here.