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What if there really was only one God? What if there really was only one God? What if there wasn't a Hindu God, and a Muslim God, and a Christian God, and a Buddhist Nirvana, and an Indigenous God, and a Jewish God, and a Christian God, and a Wiccan

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Find us in FaceBook, search for Interfaith Conversationalists.  We are migrating the group there. Inspired by the fact that the first week of February was World Interfaith Harmony Week, as designated by the UN, we started Interfaith Conversationalist­

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What is your next move spiritually? How are you fostering growth in your soul? We will offer interfaith/multifaith experiences that lead to spiritual growth, create connections in community, and make the world a better place. This will be a place wh

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Spirit of Peace is a contemplative spiritual community in covenant with the United Church of Christ (UCC).  We seek mission rather than a steeple, and thoughtful conversation over dogma. At Spirit of Peace, we find that our most vital connection to o

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We are a collective of young people, 18 to 30-somethings, who want to explore our spiritual lives at a deep and personal level. We are novice theologians, crooked mystics, and faithful seekers from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences. We v

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This is a group for anyone interested in exploring authentic Christian community. Simple weekly worship and celebration of the Eucharist in a home setting for the moment, but with an eye toward moving into some dedicated worship space in the future.

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20s&30s are young adults who call the Washington National Cathedral their spiritual home, although many of us come from other Christian denominations/faith traditions and worship at a variety locations. We actively participate in Cathedral life and t

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The purpose of this group is to support the Neighborhood Watch movement and promote social justice awareness in Durham, North Carolina, USA. Our group is governed by a code of "guiding principles" and is non-confrontational in its operation.

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August 11, 2014

20s&30s are young adults who call the Washington National Cathedral their spiritual home, although many of us come from other Christian denominations/faith traditions and worship at a variety locations. We actively participate in Cathedral life and t

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July 31, 2014
Private

This is a group for anyone interested in exploring authentic Christian community. Simple weekly worship and celebration of the Eucharist in a home setting for the moment, but with an eye toward moving into some dedicated worship space in the future.

9
Members
December 17, 2013

What is your next move spiritually? How are you fostering growth in your soul? We will offer interfaith/multifaith experiences that lead to spiritual growth, create connections in community, and make the world a better place. This will be a place wh

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August 4, 2013

Spirit of Peace is a contemplative spiritual community in covenant with the United Church of Christ (UCC).  We seek mission rather than a steeple, and thoughtful conversation over dogma. At Spirit of Peace, we find that our most vital connection to o

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Members
September 24, 2012

We are a collective of young people, 18 to 30-somethings, who want to explore our spiritual lives at a deep and personal level. We are novice theologians, crooked mystics, and faithful seekers from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences. We v

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Faith Seekers+Spiritual Pilgrims
January 25, 2012

Find us in FaceBook, search for Interfaith Conversationalists.  We are migrating the group there. Inspired by the fact that the first week of February was World Interfaith Harmony Week, as designated by the UN, we started Interfaith Conversationalist­

37
Members
June 1, 2011

What if there really was only one God? What if there really was only one God? What if there wasn't a Hindu God, and a Muslim God, and a Christian God, and a Buddhist Nirvana, and an Indigenous God, and a Jewish God, and a Christian God, and a Wiccan

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December 7, 2008

The purpose of this group is to support the Neighborhood Watch movement and promote social justice awareness in Durham, North Carolina, USA. Our group is governed by a code of "guiding principles" and is non-confrontational in its operation.

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