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WNCT Roundtable on Faith

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Your life. There you are, among challenges on every corner, obstacles in your path to something better. But life doesn’t just “happen.” You are not on the outside looking in. You are an active player in the health of your community.

And if there we are willing to simply live among it, we're collectively responsible for allowing it to be. Though our struggles are the same, we come from different backgrounds, different faiths, and often our convictions separate us. Not with this effort.

Join us for an important gathering; one featuring you, your issues, your challenges, your struggles, viewed through the lens of faith.

As we head into Thanksgiving, you’ll be among different perspectives in the beautiful Greenville Museum of Art, leaders of different faiths, coming together to help light a path to something better.

For Jews, Hillel emphasized “Connecting to the community to reach spiritual heights.” For Muslims, Allah said, “The best assemblies are those in which people make room for one another.” And Jesus said, “Where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them."

Welcome to a WNCT Roundtable on Faith.
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