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February 2012 Interfaith Relations Newsletter
Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston

February, 2012

Interfaith Relations Newsletter February 2012
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    I can't believe that we have already finished the first month of 2012! We have been working hard here getting ready for an awesome spring! We have some fabulous events coming up in the next few months and we hope that you will join us! We still have a few spaces open at our wonderful women's retreat. I highly encourage you to sign up today if you have not yet had the chance! Also, we are thrilled to invite high school students to join us for a bowling and movie extravaganza! If you have high school students encourage them to come out, get to know students from different faiths and have a great time bowling together! There are also several community events happening, so don't forget to read the side column to see how you can be involved in interfaith events in Houston!  

     I also want to let you know that after this month we will be suspending the Interfaith Relations Newsletter and moving to a different newsletter format that will inform you about everything going on at Interfaith Ministries--all in one place!! We hope that you will decide to be involved in many different aspects of our work here at IM. So, this will be my last newsletter, and I want to thank all of you for your support, reading, and kind comments you have shared over the past couple of years. Keep looking for information about our interfaith offerings--they are only going to get better! Blessings to you.  



Please scroll all the way down the page to see all upcoming events!        



Lauren Santerre
Director of Interfaith Relations

Women's Interfaith Retreat
Love Thyself

February 24-26, 2012  

Camp Allen 


A Beautiful Mess
A Beautiful Mess, Kristin Ritzau


We invite you to participate in a restorative weekend. Women from many faith traditions will join together and explore the  messages we receive from our families, faith communities and society about love. At this retreat we will reflect, meditate and embrace what it means to authentically "Love Thyself."


Join us for a DIVINE weekend!


Keynote Speaker: Kristin Ritzau   

Workshops, Meditations, Small Groups and More....



Semi-Private: $250.00

Private: $325.00


Limited Space Remains!! 








    iFaith Bowling and Movie Night  

Calling All Houston   

High School Students! 


March 25, 2012
 3:00-7:00 pm
300 Houston
925 Bunker Hill Rd.
Houston TX 77024

We invite all students grades 9-12 to join us for a fun, unique bowling and movie extravaganza. There will be interfaith team competitions, a thought-provoking movie, time to get to know the other bowlers and of course, PIZZA!!!!

$15 per person

In This Issue
Women's Retreat 2012
iFaith Bowling and Movie Night
Spirituality Based Peacemaking
Music for Peace
Interfaith Unity Dayd>
Spirituality Based Social Action and Peacemaking
February 11, 2012 at 3pm
February 12, 2012 at Noon
Rothko Chapel
3900 Yupon St.
Houston, TX 77006


Zen Master Bernie Glassman will explain how Buddhist teachings offer valuable tools for living a life that matters. By integrating livelihood, social action, and meditation, one can find profound personal fulfillment while contributing to a more inclusive society.

Space is limited for the workshop. Please RSVP to Shoshana by February 8th.


Music for Peace: Musicians in Exile

February 17, 2012
Rothko Chapel
3900 Yupon St.
Houston, TX 77006

This concert continues the Music for Peace series at the Rothko Chapel. This program explores the music of several composers who were subjected to exile.

Hosted by radio personality Chris Johnson, performers include Misha Penton, Raul Orlando Edwards, Anne Leek, Dan Strba and Paul Boyd.

The event is FREE all are welcomed!
Interfaith Unity Day
February 26, 2012
1:30-4:30 pm
Verizon Theater
The Muslim Council of USA in association with the Harran Foundation, is hosting An Interfaith Uity Day featuring three noted speakers representing Christianity, Islam and Judaism. A perfomance called "Sounds of Faith Houston" will feature evocative music from many faith traditions.
The event is FREE and open to the public!
For more info click here. 


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