Women of Faith has new name and website in New Hampshire
Interfaith Women of New Hampshire, which formerly called itself Women of Faith, formed in 2005 to share religious beliefs, cultures and traditions among women of diverse faiths to promote understanding and friendship within their community.
The group’s Thursday, Oct. 10, event, called “What in the World is That?” takes a deeper look at the symbolism and meaning of religious icons from various faith groups.
All women are invited to ask questions and learn more about other faiths, or even your own.
Please RSVP to Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 641-6834.
Registration opens at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments served after the program.
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