InterFaith Works of CNY and Women Transcending Boundaries invite you to join us as we spread the message of harmony and tolerance, by showcasing and celebrating the many faith traditions in Central New York.
This year our theme, "The Golden Rule," exemplifies our common objective, for "Love of the Good and Love of the Neighbor." Fifteen groups will share this through song, poetry, storytelling, and dance. Read more »
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community invites Zen Center members to join them for an interfaith discussion. Speakers will include representatives from Buddhism, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, and Sikhism.
Now through September 8 is the time to register for the Interfaith Dialogue Dinners, which will take place on September 17, organized by Interfaith Works. I have been involved with this event for a few years now and it’s with great enthusiasm that I recommend it. Every year I’ve participated has been different, but always interesting, and mostly fun. It is a wonderful way to learn from others, meet new people, spread understanding, and, of course, eat good food. Read more »
ZCS partner Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation (NOON) is proud to present this workshop. The Toward Right Relationship project of the Boulder Friends Meeting (Quakers) developed this workshop in response to calls from Indigenous leaders and the World Council of Churches. The 2-hour exercise traces the historic and ongoing impacts of the Doctrine of Discovery, the 15th-century justification for European subjugation of non-Christian peoples. Read more »
The Zen Center of Syracuse, along with Unity Church of Syracuse and South Valley Presbyterian Church, are co-sponsoring the Pride Interfaith Service. Please join us for this special event on the lawn of Unity Church for prayer, song, reflection, and celebration.
Please join us for an interfailth prayer service for the victims of the recent catastrophy in Japan. The service will take place in the Carriage House Zendo behind the Zen Center's main house at 266 W Seneca Turnpike between 6:30 and 7:30 on Monday, March 21st.