Interfaith News

    • City Council Honors Compassionate W-S             Compassionate Winston-Salem was honored Monday night by Mayor Allen Joines and members of City Council.             Council member Molly Leight presented a resolution from the city to Jerry McLeese, chair ...
      Posted Jul 21, 2014, 7:01 PM by Jerry McLeese
    • Host Family Needed for Bangladeshi Student Youth for Understanding (YFU), one of the world's oldest and most respected non-profit exchange programs for high school students, has asked Interfaith Winston-Salem to help identify a ...
      Posted Jul 21, 2014, 11:40 AM by Jerry McLeese
    • IF-WS Begins Alliance with a/perture cinema   Interfaith Winston-Salem has formed an alliance with a/perture cinema in Winston-Salem and jointly will be sponsoring periodic faith-related films at the downtown theatre.   The first film ...
      Posted Jun 16, 2014, 5:30 AM by Jerry McLeese
    • Interfaith Films at a/perture Winston-Salem is fortunate to have the a/perture cinema.  It brings a wide range of movies downtown, including frequent showings of films that touch on interfaith issues.  Two such ...
      Posted May 26, 2014, 10:53 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.

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