What's Coming Up - and what we've been doing!

Go to highlighted links for details about the following:

In this week of Passover for our Jewish community and Holy Week for the Christians, we encourage you to read the articles on our Interfaith Resources Page: Eliminating Anti-Judaism

We also invite you to go to our Commentary page to read:
**"Why Christians Should Not Host Their Own Passover Seders"
**The Seder Prayer in the aftermath of the terrible shootings (of 3 Christian people) at Jewish centers on April 13 in Overland Park/Kansas City, Kansas. 
**The Reflection and Call from leaders of the Disciples of Christ and the United Church of Christ in the wake of these shootings.

MIDWEEK DIALOGUES! Wednesday, April 23, 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. Rabbi Amy Eilberg will discuss her new book "From Enemy to Friend." The book is available from local booksellers and from Amazon. com. Go to Midweek Dialogues in our Program section for good details.

DOCTRINE OF DISCOVERY FILM: Tuesday, April 29, 7:00 p.m. Sundin Hall, Hamline University. This is part of the new Minnesota Genocide Awareness Month. The film focuses on the religious justification early explorers used to claim lands from indigenous nations. Go to Healing Minnesota Stories Doctrine of Discovery Film link for details

Our Upcoming Events page provides up-to-date information about events coming up this month.(You can also email info@spinterfaith.org to receive regular emails on upcoming events.)

Donations: You can donate online by clicking here, or write a check to the Saint Paul Area Council of Churches, and designate SPIN in the memo line. Mail the check to the Saint Paul Area Council of Churches, 1671 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105-1815.


Welcome to SPIN

Saint Paul Interfaith Network (SPIN) is an informal, all-volunteer network hosted by the Saint Paul Area Council of Churches (SPACC). SPIN develops and offers programs which serve to build relationships, understanding and respect among the various religious traditions and groups in our community.

SPIN values interfaith dialogue and networking across traditions, as well as dialogue within faith traditions on ways to build relationships and understanding.

SPIN cooperates with other groups in the area working toward the same goals and assists congregations to develop their own awareness, education and dialogue events.

SPIN events are open and SPIN runs on volunteer power. Participation at whatever level of time and interest you may have are welcome. Join us as we build stronger, peaceful and healthier communities.