Three religious organizations in Omaha, NE have purchased property together in an effort to be together in dialogue and in physical location. We might think it’s unusual for three churches to get together like that because it seems so often that churches are in competition with one another for members.
But what if it’s not just that crazy (the gathering of three different churches from different denominations)? What if it’s three different religions?
Read this article from the Huffington Post about an Episcopal church, Jewish synagogue, and a Muslim Mosque and how the leadership and membership of these three very different groups are showing respect and love for one another while retaining their unique identities.