Interfaith News

  • Parker Named Chairperson       The Interfaith Winston-Salem Board of Guidance named Drea Parker chairperson of Interfaith Winston-Salem at its December 4 meeting.  Parker, who follows the Pantheist/Naturalist (Pagan) tradition, succeeds Jerry ...
    Posted Dec 9, 2014, 6:53 AM by Jerry McLeese
  • Events for December-January  DECEMBER Sunday, December 7 ­­­­­­­­“Journeys” Breakfast Club (RESERVATIONS REQUIRED) Lauren Croughan will discuss her Catholic/Protestant upbringing and why Paganism is her answer in an extremely interfaith life.  Her topic ...
    Posted Dec 4, 2014, 7:02 AM by Jerry McLeese
  • Children’s Festival Featured in Newspaper Article Interfaith Winston-Salem’s annual Festival of Faith and Culture Nov. 2 at Bryant Hall on the Salem College campus was featured in Cindy Hodnett’s “Scene and Heard” column ...
    Posted Nov 11, 2014, 5:40 AM by Jerry McLeese
  • Successful Festival of Faith and Culture              With Bill Smith creating sounds from the rainforest; cooks offering naan from India, kiwi, bean pie from the Nation of Islam and kugel from Judaism; and others introducing Buddhism, Baha ...
    Posted Nov 3, 2014, 7:17 AM 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. 

(Below) More than 200 people attended our annual Festival of Faith and Culture for children at Salem College on Nov. 2.

More than 200 people attended our Festival of Faith and Culture Nov. 2 art Salem College.