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Building bridges through interfaith work

During my past thirty-one years of ordained ministry, parishioners and persons of other Christian groups have raised questions regarding both our denominational stance and my personal engagement in interfaith work. We who are engaged in interfaith work recognize that it is not categorical theological faith stances or beliefs that bind the interfaith community together.








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Presbyterians called to take a stand against sexual and gender-based violence

Oct 19, 2016

The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that one in three women experience physical or sexual violence, most likely from an intimate partner. But a movement of churches and other groups around the world is committed to changing that troubling statistic.

Speaking at a lunchtime gathering at the Presbyterian Center in Louisville on October 18, Dr. Fulata Mbano-Moyo, an organizer of “Thursdays in Black: Towards a World without Rape and Violence,” encouraged United States Presbyterians to add their support to this growing movement. Moyo, who is programme executive for Women in Church and Society with the World Council of Churches (WCC), urged listeners to wear black on Thursdays as a sign of resistance to violence against women and girls.

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