HOUSTON (September 4, 2020) – Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston’s popular Faith in Our City series, which explores different faith traditions, will resume this fall in a virtual setting. This monthly program was created to increase awareness of the rich variety of faith traditions in our city. Each month’s class highlights a different religion.
The Rev. Greg Han, Interfaith Ministries’ Director of Interfaith Relations and Education, explained, “Houston is the most diverse urban region in the country. As a result, we have a wealth of religious diversity. The way we worship, when we worship, and where we worship differs.” Han continued, “The series will not only explore fundamentals of each religion, but also will explore how these communities contribute to the greater Houston area and to the fabric of our greater society.”
The fall 2020 series begins on September 15 with an exploration of the Sikh religion. Subsequent classes include: Hinduism on October 13, Buddhism November 10, and Judaism on December 15. All programs begin at 12:00 noon and will be held virtually. Registration is required for all events.
Faith in Our City is sponsored by the Interfaith Ministries Multi-Faith Council and The Eleanor and Frank Freed Foundation.
More information may be found by visiting https://www.imgh.org/ircp/faith-in-our-city-fall-2020/ or by emailing The Rev. Han at firstname.lastname@example.org.