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The Walking Together Program is an experiential learning program for fourth to sixth grade students of any faith and their parents to teach each other about their religion. It strives, in a family setting, to promote an understanding and appreciation of religious diversity. The program consists of three 3-hour sessions in which the parents and students participate both separately and together. It results in bonding among the diverse families, and in stronger bonds within families. The Interfaith Council is working to expand the Program and increase participation opportunities.
The 2017 Walking Together program is scheduled for the following Sundays April 23, April 30, and May 7. We are now actively recruiting Muslim, Christian and Jewish families to participate.