When you go to church during the month of November you will hopeflly be seeing some new faces. It’s Faith Exchange Welcome Weeks as designated by Cache Community Connections, an organization of civic and religious leaders which was organized soon afer the 9-11 terror attacks in 2001.Trinity Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Pastor Corrine Thul, chairperson of the organization, says during November Cache Valley residents are encourged each week to attend a religious service or gathering where the faith is different than one’s own.”So we’re really, in our goal of encouraging the respect and understanding of diverse peoples in the valley,” Pastor Thul says, “we feel this would go a long way in reaching that goal of reaching understanding and respect for our neighbors.” Thul sas the Thursday issue of The Herald Journal has a good listing of the various local religious groups and the times they meet. She says it’s pretty exciting when different people visit your congregation.On November 22nd Cache Community Connections is sponsoring the sixth annal inter-faith Thanksgiving service at the Logan Tabernacle begging at 7 p.m.
Faith exchange weeks foster understanding
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