Virtual Interfaith Cooperation Circle

Statement of values and mission

Abbey of HOPE seeks to

  1. broaden knowledge and understanding of the community’s faith traditions.
  2. expand dialogue among people of diverse spiritualities.
  3. support interfaith, multifaith and interspiritual efforts in the community.
  4. foster the healing arts and spiritual growth.
  5. create a spiritual community that nourishes one another through collaboration.
  6. serve monks to meet the needs of a spiritually diverse world.

We are committed to

  • knowledge and understanding
  • dialogue
  • interfaith, multifaith, and interspiritual endeavors
  • the healing arts and spiritual growth
  • spiritual community
  • collaboration
  • service

The Abbey of HOPE(hands of peace extended) is an interfaith community/cooperative gathering to promote, facilitate and encourage interfaith understanding through shared experience, fellowship, educational opportunities, programming, retreats, pilgrimages, missioning, conferences, and the sharing of resources and services. The heart of the Abbey is Peace. The Abbey of HOPE does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, ability, gender, marital status, belief, age, national origin, or sexual orientation.

For more information please contact lori@abbeyofhope.com.

 

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  1. I would like to submit occasional photos and reflections. Please let me know how to submit offerings.
    Thank you
    Jody

  2. Greetings,
    I wanted to offer your group the free screening of the documentary called ” To light a Candle” . Please note the info about the documentary below:

    The story of the persecution of Iran’s Baha’is, and the creation of the Baha’i Institute for Higher Education, are the subject of the film To Light a Candle, produced by the Iranian-Canadian filmmaker Maziar Bahari. The film uses personal stories and dramatic archival footage to explore the persecution of the Baha’is and the role of their peaceful resistance in Iran’s democratic movement.
    To Light a Candle was just the beginning. A new campaign, Education is Not a Crime, features voices of support for Iran’s Baha’is from around the world. Educationisnotacrime.me is the nucleus of the campaign.
    Please contact me if you are interested.
    207-782-5927
    207-333-1075
    Parivash

  3. Lori, I was talking to Patricia (Ellen) today who suggested I reach out to you.
    I’m part of another women’s circle that might be interested in posting their effents on your web/fb… still figuring out your system!
    Also… for future… I am on the lookout for space for one-day workshops.
    Thx… *Delores, 773-2156

    • Awesome!! Still trying to figure it out myself!! Perhaps we can connect by phone next week. We dont have any space ourselves but often need it. We are always interested in thinking about how to share and collaborate with resources. Lets connect early next week!

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