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Interfaith Week Kicks Off

Interfaith Week Kicks Off



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Created for the 2002 Winter Olympics, the Salt Lake Interfaith Roundtable is still going strong. Members kicked off their annual Interfaith Week with the help of proclamations from Gov. Huntsman and Mayor Rocky Anderson.

Interfaith Week Kicks Off

Many of the religious leaders served as chaplains in the Athletes Village and, they say, stayed together to promote harmony and understanding in our community.

They say their association is more than friendship.

Interfaith Week Kicks Off

Tom Goldsmith, First Unitarian Church: "We not only welcome each other but truly love each other in the best possible sense. And if all the people whom we represent could only see that. I think it could create a tremendous model for them."

If you would like a list of upcoming events the Salt Lake Interfaith Roundtable is sponsoring, there's a link.

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