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Women Leaders of Faith Month Fundraiser
Details to view the event are private and will be sent along with your ticket purchase.
Women have played a significant role in shaping our diverse religious practices and spiritualities and inspiring hope for peace and understanding. IFC recognizes women’s many contributions to their particular tradition and to interfaith relations. IFC’s Women Leaders in Faith initiative lifts up exemplary women in IFC’s diverse faith communities and in doing so provides an invitation to support IFC in our vision for a better future.
IFC’s Women Leaders of Faith initiative lifts up exemplary women in IFC’s diverse faith communities and in doing so provides an invitation to support IFC in our vision for a better future.
Women play a significant role in shaping our diverse religious communities and serving the broader DMV in various capacities. During the month of March, IFC spotlights women leaders from our 11 faith traditions who demonstrate a commitment to living out their faith, exemplify the values of their traditions, and demonstrate leadership in their community and beyond.
You are invited to support IFC in amplifying the voices of women leaders in DC metropolitan area faith communities.
This program series provides a platform for the Women Leaders of Faith honorees from IFC’s diverse faith traditions to be in moderated conversation about the intersection of faith, gender, and leadership.
Thursday, March 10th, 7-8:30 PM with Rabbi Susan Shankman (Jewish), Kathryn Colton (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) - moderated by Jacqueline Fuller, Interfaith Connections
Thursday, March 17, 7-8:30 PM with Sr. Carol Keehan (Catholic) and Reba Carruth (Baha'i) - moderated by Rabbi Abbi Sharofsky, Jewish Community Relations Council
Thursday, March 24th, 7-8:30 PM with Shehernaz Verahrami (Zoroastrian) and Fitrah Muhammad (Muslim) - moderated by Cassandra Lawrence, Shoulder-to-Shoulder
Featuring Rev. Carole Crumley, an Episcopal priest and Senior Program Director at the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation
with moderator Amber Khan, WAMU’s Interfaith Voices Radio program
Thursday, March 31st, 7 PM
Washington Hebrew Congregation