Rev. Connolly speaks about Interfaith Gathering

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Here’s an excerpt from Simone Payne’s article “Religious community talks about peace, similarities” in the August 26 issue of Bowling Green Daily News.

Unitarian Universalist Church of Bowling Green Pastor Peter Connolly said the interfaith gathering is always a friendly group with good intentions aiming to build a better sense of community communication among people of diverse backgrounds. “I think that’s one of the most important things that we need. I think most of our communication is to increase conflict … and feel like the only way that you can win is if someone else loses … that’s the political climate that we’re in,” Connolly said. “Something like this … we really need more of it.”

The next interfaith gathering is from 2 to 4 pm on Saturday, October 16, at the Bob Kirby Branch of Warren County Public Library at 175 Iron Skillet Ct.

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