The URI Jordan office, together with Seeds of Peace and Desert Bloom (two URI member groups) celebrated World Interfaith Harmony Week with Muslim and Christian refugee children.
The Right Rev. William Swing spoke about his journey founding a grassroots initiative that is actively working for peace every day in over 100 countries.
World Interfaith Harmony Week is devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, within and among all nations and peoples.
Sadeh is a Zoroastrian festival celebrating warmth and light driving away the darkness of winter.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was a strong leader in the American Civil Rights Movement.
Makara Sankranti (also known as Makaraa Sankrānti or Maghi) is a 5,000-year-old Hindu festival marking the sun’s journey after the winter solstice and the beginning of longer days.
Members of Zero Limits Cooperation Circle (a URI member group) held an interfaith Christmas celebration with students.
We celebrate the love, light, and bold spirit of all beliefs through the URI community.
Happy holidays! As you gather with friends and family this season, we invite you to join us on a journey celebrating the work of extraordinary people from across the globe.
The winter solstice, December 21, is the longest night of the year, observed by many cultures and faiths around the world in many ways.