Since 1993, we have been a storytelling group that is made up of people of many faiths. People who minister to others within their own spiritual tradition, instill values and shape character, who counsel or simply wish to have their spirit uplifted by stories are welcome. Our goal is to be of service/to connect with people of all spiritualities and faiths; to rejoice in the richness of our diversity, to break down the barriers which sometimes divide us and to build up that which we have in common.
Come to tell (or to listen), to share resources and storytelling techniques and to make contact with others who believe in the moral, the spiritual and healing power of story. Each month, from September to June, we are hosted by a different faith community. We meet in synagogues, mosques, Buddhist centers, Christian churches and a local interfaith sanctuary. We are always seeking new groups with whom we can share.
Interfaith Story Circle Program is a free "come when you can" opportunity. Books, bibliographies and handouts on storytelling are available. Please feel free to bring a friend. Hope to see you at one of our circles, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. (7:00-7:45 sharing/telling by facilitator on monthly theme; 7:45-9:00 time for open telling).
Our monthly schedule can be found here.
Both the Interfaith Story Circle Program and
Children at the Well are programs of the
Interfaith Story Circle of the Tri-City Area, Inc., an incorporated non-profit with 501(c) 3 status.
We are associated with
Interfaith Story, a discussion group of the
National Storytelling Network.
For further information: 518-785-7842,
Interfaith Story Circle, P.O. Box 271, Latham NY 12110
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