All traditions have similar teachings about loving your neighbor. We need to work to understand each other better. To develop relationships that help us nurture respect and understanding among people of different faiths. Members of our interfaith panel goes into WASD 8th Grade Health Class to answer their questions on human sexuality and family life.
How Can You Help?
Attend dialogues and discussions recommended by people you trust and respect.
Listen to how people speak about their faith, not how others speak about them.
Realize there are radical people and moderate people in all our traditions.
Be willing to speak about your own faith belief, noting that there is often a wide range of beliefs about different issues, and we still choose to live together in harmony.
Look for ways in your relationships and in your reading and viewing, to widen your interfaith networks.