Images from Amama House
Apostle David A. Scott, Sr. sent the Center for Interfaith Cooperation this note and pictures from his residence, Amama House.
Thank you for all of your hard work and determination to bring inclusion and cooperation between the various communities of faith! It is much appreciated and your efforts are offering our city and county residents renewed times of peace and tranquility, which in these times are not guaranteed.
I wanted to send you a word of encouragement and thanks as you are preparing for our city’ annual Festival of Faiths gathering!
I have attached pictures of my Sanghra/Ashram/Kibbutz Spiritual House called Amarna House located at 991 Woodruff Place Middle Dr. In the inner sanctum of my dwelling is a designated space called the Community of Spiritual Nations, CSN, which features 11 specific altars to exhibit the correlated nature of diverse traditions. As I perform my daily rituals in this sacred space, I light candles and incense off of my Yeshua Ha Mashiach Altar and then proceed to share from the same flame blessings upon the community of altars. This exercise is projecting into the universe the ideal interfaith cooperation and civil exchange between people’ and orders of spirituality.
I wanted to encourage you that your investment in the Festival of Faiths is not being expressed in a vacuum, but is being modeled and reiterated by some of us in the grassroots and throughout the human diaspora. So, be encouraged and by all means, keep up the great work! We are a better city, community and human family because of your efforts!
Looking forward to a great gathering!
Apostle David A. Scott, Sr.
Circle City Christian Center