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Islamic Group Condemns Acts of Terrorism in the Name of Islam
Imams’ Consultative Body of North Carolina
”Whoever kills a person [unjustly] … it is as though he has killed all mankind. And whoever saves a life, it is as though he has saved all mankind.” (Holy Qur’an, 5:32)
Classical Music and Dance
Hindu Center of Charlotte
Join the Hindu Center for a free, family friendly evening of music, dance & encouragement to local artists.
Saturday, February 21, 7:00pm-8:15pm (7400 City View Dr, Charlotte, NC 28212)
Religion & Science: Can They Coexist?
Temple Beth El
Educators and religious leaders representing five Charlotte area faiths will share their views during the 18th Annual Comparative Religion Series.
Tuesdays, January 20 – February 24, 7:00-9:00pm (5101 Providence Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226)
Black History Month Sunday Series
Join Piedmont UUC on Sunday mornings during February for special Black History Month focused messages.
Sundays during February 2015, 10:00am, 11:30am & 4:30pm (see www.puuc.org for locations)
Does The Church Have A Future? Does The Future Have A Church?
Trinity Presbyterian Church
2015 Gilchrist Speaker The Reverend Doctor Christopher Edmonston will present a thought-provoking discussion and sermon which will be open to the public.
Sunday, February 22, 9:45am & 11:00am (3115 Providence Road, Charlotte, NC 28211)
The Art and Science of Interfaith Cooperation
Eboo Patel will speak at Queens University. He is president of Interfaith Youth Core and author of two books, ”Acts of Faith” and ”Sacred Ground.”
Friday, March 20, 9:00am (Queens University, Sykes Learning Center, Ketner Auditorium)
Spring into Action: Advocacy Day
NC Interfaith Power & Light
You are invited to join Interfaith Power & Light founder and president Rev. Sally Bingham at the NC General Assembly in Raleigh for the Faith Voices for Clean Energy Advocacy Day.
Wednesday, March 25, 9:00am-3:00pm (16 West Jones St, Raleigh, NC 27601)
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