Share The efforts of Interfaith Winston-Salem have been buoyed by its recent ECHO Award for its work in building social capital. Presented by the ECHO Network in conjunction with the Winston-Salem Foundation, the awards
Share Festival brings together Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and others On Sunday, area youth and their families were afforded a rare opportunity to explore the religions of the world. Nearly 200 attended the Festival
Share Winston-Salem resident Jerry McLeese is helping to change the way local citizens view religion. What began as an intellectual conversation about other religions between the Anderson, S.C.-native and fellow members of the Ardmore
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