Join us as for an evening of shared table practice.Our Muslim brothers and sisters will lead us in Iftar in celebration of Ramadan. (To fully participate in Iftar, fasting from sun up to sun down is recommended.)Then our Christian brothers and sisters will lead us in an observation of the Lord’s Supper.Dinner to follow.See More
The American Islamic Fellowship, an emergent/progressive conversation group who we are in community and fellowship with, is starting a book club based on the book, "Five Voices, Five Faiths: An Interfaith Primer":Product DescriptionIn this unique book about the major religious traditions of the world, a practitioner form each tradition--Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam--introduces the basics of his or her faith and participates in a conversation about the challenges of being…See More
"I am really sorry to miss this event, thanks for the invitation. Unfortunately I have a prior commitment I can't get out of. Let me know how the discussion goes, and I hope to attend something similar in the future!"
A family of spiritual travelers, some Christian, some post-Christian, many uncertain, all sharing a common table.We meet Sunday evenings to discuss, pray, worship or serve, but always to break bread and share our lives with one another.See More
Yes, I live in West Cobb county and co-lead a gathering based in downtown Marietta - http://cobbgathering.wordpress.com/
But I also am active in the Atlanta Cohort, which meets around the Virginia Highland or Decatur area, and am part of a "house-churchy" gathering that meets in and around Midtown/Buckhead/Decatur: http://tablelife.wordpress.com/ . I look forward to meeting you soon!