Community of Living Traditions

STONY_POINT_logo_2C_tag-1 Something new is happening at Stony Point Center.

An interfaith intentional community dedicated to nonviolence and peacemaking is in the making. For at least five years, Christians, Muslims and Jews will live together at Stony Point where they will work, worship and learn together.

Residents will move into the three houses that will comprise the community in January, according to co-director Kitty Ufford-Chase.

The Community of Living Traditions will offer workshops, camps and internships focusing on interfaith traditions and nonviolence.

This exciting new ministry was announced during a 60th anniversary and homecoming celebration of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)-related conference facility.

Partners in the Community of Living Traditions are:

Luke 6 Project

Shomer Shalom Institute for Jewish Nonviolence

Muslim Peace Fellowship

Hold this interfaith effort to work for nonviolence and seek peace in prayer.

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