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Interfaith Power and Light has been working with churches and other houses of worship in Ohio to help them become more energy efficient. As a result of the non-profit’s work, three churches have received the Energy Star certification from the EPA, a high achievement.
Justin Welby met Iraqi Christian refugees in Amman, Jordan, today. He also visited Syrian refugees at the Zaatari camp, and met with King Abdullah II.
In mid-January representatives of the Anglican communion, Lutheran church, and Buddhist faith met in Myanmar to discuss ongoing interfaith relations.
Episcopal Relief & Development and Islamic Relief USA have launched a partnership to increase engagement among Christian and Muslim faith leaders to end gender-based violence in Liberia.
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