The InterFaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit

America has described herself in many ways. It is often thought of as a melting pot or as a tapestry of cultures woven together. Religious and cultural diversity has grown exponentially since 1965. So many differences, so many opportunities for misunderstanding and tension. Our mission in a nutshell is to take practical steps to transform all of those difficulties into creative energy and build a metropolitan Detroit community that thrives on the basis of what we have in common and what we can learn from one another. Please join with us. We welcome your contribution. 

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Upcoming Events

Exploring our Religious Landscapes: Abrahamic Faith Traditions- Evening Program!

Online Registration for the Baha’i Presentation at the Farmington Library is now closed. Registration is available at the door!

For questions call 313.338.9777

Sounds of the Spirit: Reflections on theology and the place of music in worship across the Dharmic and Native American faith traditions

Sunday, June 11th, 3:00pm – 6:00pm at Gurdwara Sahib Ji Mata Tripta, 40600 Schoolcraft Road, Plymouth

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Exploring our Religious Landscapes: Comparative Christianity- Fall Evening Program begins August 30th!

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5th Annual Awards Dinner

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017: Burton Manor, Livonia

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Q. What is Evangelicalism? By Jebulon (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons A: (From the Wheaton College website. Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals) There are three senses in which the term “evangelical” is used today in the early 21st-century. The first is to view as “evangelical” all Christians who affirm a few key… Read More

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Radical hospitality, a term that is specific to the United Methodist Church (UMC), means that when you invite people into your church home you go that extra mile to welcome them and make them feel comfortable, accepted, valued, and not judged. At a recent multi-faith event at the Grand Blanc United Methodist Church, that meant… Read More

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Compassion literally means “to suffer together” and is defined as the feeling that arises when you are confronted with another’s suffering and feel motivated to relieve that suffering.  Compassion is about taking action when others are suffering. The Charter for Compassion, developed by multi-faith, multi-national group of religious thinkers and leaders launched in November of… Read More

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Throughout history, God has sent to humanity a series of divine Educators—known as Manifestations of God—whose teachings have provided the basis for the advancement of civilization. These Manifestations have included Abraham, Krishna, Zoroaster, Moses, Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad. Baha’u’llah, the latest of these Messengers, explained that the religions of the world come from the same… Read More

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Q: Why do so many religions fast and is it healthy? A: Click  here to find out. By Daderot _Own work_ _CC0__ via Wikimedia Commons The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter and website as forums for you to ask these questions. We will share your questions anonymously. We welcome the opportunity… Read More

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A calling in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is believed to come from God and is an act of voluntary service that should benefit those served as well as those who serve – callings give members an opportunity to grow and become better people. “We all have divine potential,” says new IFLC… Read More

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