Tickets to the 2nd Annual Interfaith Banquet are sold out, but you can still pay tribute to KP Singh and his half century of interfaith leadership in Indianapolis.
"Overall, Ahmad, Wiles and Mintz said they think central Indiana is doing a good job embracing interfaith inclusion. Ahmad cited the existence of several groups working toward interfaith acceptance and unity, Wiles said the central Indiana community is interested and willing to be engaged on the topic and Mintz said she feels confident the interfaith lines of communication in central Indiana are open."
One thing shared by virtually all of our religious traditions is that at different times in our past each group has been mistrusted, marginalized, excluded or persecuted. We know from experience that no one should be made to feel frightened or vulnerable because of how they worship. And we know how important it is for those who feel vulnerable to be reassured that they are not alone.