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Center for Interfaith Projects

From: Brian M.
Sent on: Saturday, November 13, 2010 10:33 PM
During tonight's meetup--which I think was awsome!--it came up that some people might like a way to learn about different religions. For those that are interested, you might try the Center For Interfaith Projects in Fargo. I know nothing about the group first-hand, so I can't make any recommendations one way or the other about what they do. But, I learned of the group through the Red River Freethinkers, so it's not an organization that would be adverse to non-believers getting in contact.

If anyone on this mailing list knows anymore information and would like to share it, feel free.

Brian

P.S. Atheists rock!

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