Interfaith News

    • August-September 2014 Newsletter AUGUST   Sunday, August 3 “Journeys” Breakfast Meeting (RESERVATIONS REQUIRED) Our First Sunday breakfast meetings resume with Dr. Michelle Voss Roberts of the Wake Forest University School of Divinity as our ...
      Posted Jul 29, 2014, 2:02 PM by Jerry McLeese
    • Looking for Open, Welcoming Congregations Interfaith Voice, the coalition of congregations that are open and welcoming to gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people, is about to republish its directory of congregations in Winston-Salem and ...
      Posted Jul 24, 2014, 8:44 AM by Jerry McLeese
    • 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
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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.