It sounds like the setup to a joke — but it’s not. It’s actually happening in Omaha, Neb. The Tri-Faith Initiative may be the first place in history where these three monotheistic faiths have built together, on purpose, with the intention of working together.
Leaders Of Tri-Faith Initiative Discuss Their Dream Of A Shared Religious Space
The project has inspired some, and antagonized others.
In a tony suburban section of Omaha, kids at Countryside United Church of Christ are singing Away in a Manger. They’re getting ready for the upcoming Christmas program.
Upstairs, in the church’s expansive, modern coffee shop, the Rev. Eric Elnes says this is going to be one of the congregation’s last Christmases at this location… Link to page