My Neighbors Keeper

Believing in together

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Believing in together

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Rabbis, evangelical pastors, and imams from around the country attended My Neighbor’s Keeper, a two-day workshop that promotes collaboration to address Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and other forms of religious persecution. The session was hosted by University of Miami Hillel.

Could the University of Miami serve as a prototype for multifaith communities across the country? Organizers for the faith-based initiative My Neighbor’s Keeper think so.

The group, which aims to foster relationships among religious leaders of all faiths, held a multifaith clergy workshop at UM Hillel Oct. 16-17—the first of its kind held on a college campus. Throughout the two-day retreat, imams, pastors, and rabbis from the Greater Miami area collaborated through discussion, storytelling exercises, and presentations, with the goal of developing meaningful inter-religious dialogue.

read the full story published by The Miami Hurricane