Interfaith News

  • Spiritual Writing Workshop Oct. 14  Parkway United Church of Christ will host a workshop at 7 p.m. Tuesday, October 14, that shows how journal writing can help people through all kinds of losses. The ...
    Posted Sep 11, 2014, 9:45 AM by Jerry McLeese
  • Wide Range of Programs in Sept.-Oct. Programming options for September and October cover the spectrum:  from Free Hugs on the streets of Winston-Salem Friday, Sept. 5 to a conversation about justice Sept. 12 to a ...
    Posted Sep 1, 2014, 6:30 AM by Jerry McLeese
  • Compassionate Action Month in September Mayor Allen Joines has proclaimed September “Compassionate Action Month” in Winston-Salem and Sunday, September 21 as “Acts of Kindness Day.” The Compassion Games Sept. 11-21 will highlight the ...
    Posted Aug 27, 2014, 11:14 AM by Jerry McLeese
  • “Ties That Bind: Protestants in Conversation” Oct. 12 With all of the discord in the world, now is the time for Christians in the Protestant tradition to focus on the ties that bind across growing gulfs of difference ...
    Posted Aug 12, 2014, 12:13 PM by Jerry McLeese
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Interfaith Winston-Salem received an ECHO Award from The Winston-Salem Foundation May 8 for its work in building social capital.  Present to receive the award were (l-r) Rev. Kelly Carpenter of Green Street Church, Drea Parker, Ibrahim Thompson, Jerry McLeese, Sybil McLeese and Art Bloom.

The Interfaith Committee at Salem College in Winston-Salem spearheaded the college's effort to affirm the Charter for Compassion.