According to the Islamic Networks Group (ING), Ramadan is a time of incredible significance for Muslim Americans, and a valuable time for those of other faith traditions to learn about Islam and the significance of Ramadan for faith practitioners.
On May 10, at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time/2:00 p.m. Eastern Time, the ING is holding a webinar that will explore various ways that mosques, Muslims, and their allies can engage in interfaith work during Ramadan, with a particular focus on inviting other faiths to participate in Ramadan events.
During this holy time for Muslims, many interfaith initiatives have become common as Muslims invite others to learn more and those of other faiths reach out to better understand their Muslim neighbors. This webinar will be facilitated by ING’s Interfaith Coordinator Kate Chance. It is part of the ING’s Know Your Neighbor: Multifaith Encounters program.
Register to participate online through this link. The webinar may be available to view after the live event.
- Islamic Networks Group
- Shoulder to Shoulder
- SE7EN FAST
- Council on American Islamic Relations
- Muslim Community Center of East Bay