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Sep 3 in Columbia: Four faith leaders

Dr. Carl Evans, Rev. Julie Bird, Rev. Jackie Utley and Roger Acton are our special panel for the September 3 Midlands Interfaith Meetup. Christianity: Four faith leaders discuss myths about their spirituality at the Midlands Interfaith Meetup. Join friends of any, all and no faiths at Zorba’s Greek Restaurant, 6169 St Andrews Road in Columbia. …

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Peace in the Park Returns Sep 29!

Fun festival for all ages! 12:30-4:30 PM Art, crafts, music, dance, entertainment, nature walks and art contest! Join with friends from many religious traditions to celebrate peace, harmony, respect and dignity. Bring your friends and family. Eleven different religions will each have an activity area for crafts and games, the Commons will feature music and …

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Lama Abhay Rinpoche in Columbia Aug 6

The delightful Rinpoche returns to be with us again, courtesy of the S.C. Dharma Group! Join friends of any, all and no faiths at Zorba’s Greek Restaurant, 6169 St Andrews Road in Columbia. Free and open to the public. Order on your own. Ahbay Rinpoche (Lama Ahbay Tulku Jigme Thupten Tendar Rinpoche) is a teacher …

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Midlands Interfaith Meetup in Columbia

Multiple religious identities characterize an increasing number of individuals and families. Some have grown up in a multifaith family, and others simply hold essential contradictions between belief, practice and daily living in a primarily monotheistic mainstream culture. Spiritual fluidity and multiplicity may also reflect the times in which we live, times in which migration is …

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May 7 in Columbia

Working with Local Community Groups to Combat Hate

For Immediate Release on April 24, 2019 – As the death toll in Sri Lanka continues to rise, Interfaith Partners of South Carolina (IPSC) joins the many voices around the world condemning the vicious acts of hatred committed against Christians during Easter celebrations. These violent, hate-filled attacks are becoming all too familiar, and IPSC reaffirms its …

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