Unity Made Visible, a Cooperation Circle of the URI

Creating opportunities for education, dialogue, and community among people of all beliefs
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“Our purpose is to create opportunities for education, dialogue, and community among people of all beliefs.”
Traditions
Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Spirituality
Sub-Traditions
Catholic, Interfaith, Baptist, Presbyterian, Urantia
Number of Members
15
Region
Location
Bedford Hills, NY, United States of America
Joined URI Network

Unity Made Visible Cooperation Circle (CC) runs programming with faith communities addressing topics, such as their perspectives on customs and practices of prayer and the role and context of music in prayer services. Additional programming includes: Food & Faith, Community Sings, Learning Series, Introductions to various faith traditions, Peace Pole plantings, and Storytelling with Drums.

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Interfaith in Pakistan: URI Regional Coordinator Father James Channan Speaks Out for Unity Made Visible

“We have 9/11 every day in Pakistan,” said Fr. James Channan, Regional Coordinator for the United Religions Initiative (URI) in Pakistan, speaking on “Interfaith in Pakistan” at the Chapel at Croton Falls on Sunday, July 10, 2011. He explained that more than 35,000 people in his country have been killed by terrorists, making ordinary life very unsafe. There are now guards outside of mosques and churches. And it was a particular shock when Shahbaz Bhatti, a Christian who had been appointed Federal Minister for Minorities, was assassinated in March 2011 for his stance on the blasphemy laws often used as an excuse for persecution. Fr. Channan believes that ignorance is the root cause of terrorism and thus education is the real key to a brighter future.