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Queens Interfaith Unity Walk
For the past four years, participants of the Interfaith Unity Walk have gathered and walked in the neighborhood of Flushing, one of the largest and most diverse communities in New York City. The Interfaith Council of Flushing works to help build and foster understanding and common ground among various faith traditions in our community.
The walk will take place on Sunday October 21, 2012 at 1:00 PM SHARP.

Walk Route:
1. Hindu Center Temple at 45-52 Kissena Blvd (Starting Point)
2. Muslim Center of New York at[masked] Geranium Ave (Around Corner)
3. New York Chens Buddha Associates at 46-38 Kissena Blvd
4. Hindu Temple Society of North America at 45-57 Bowne St
5. St Mary's Nativity Church at[masked] Holly Ave
6. Free Synagogue of Flushing (with REFRESHMENTS!)


: We are expected to remove our shoes and cover our heads at some house of workshop. Ladies, kindly bring along a scarf.

For more information, please contact:
[masked] or see:

This community event is co-sponsored by Free Synagogue of Flushing, The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Queens, Women for Afghan Women, the Sikh Center of Flushing, Friends Meeting House of Flushing, Muslim Progressive Traditionalist Alliance, Flushing Jewish Community Council, Center for Ethnic Racial and Religious Understanding, Pax Christi Metro New York and Pax Christi Queens, Muslim Consultative Network, Turning Point for Women and Families, Queens Counseling Services of Foundation for Religion and Mental Health, One Flushing Community Economic Development Center, the Bahá'í Faith Community in Queens, the Center for Ethnic, Racial and Religious Understanding at Queens College.

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  • Alexandra

    The walk was covered by NY1, please follow the link to learn more about it!

    October 22, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Truly fantastic! Each place of worship was so generous to let us come in, look around and engage in discourse. Priceless! I wish we had had time to visit a Sikh temple and a Meeting House as well. Next time Inshallah. A

    October 21, 2012

  • Alexandra

    Kissena is pretty residential. There may not be parking directly on that street but def the side streets.

    October 21, 2012

  • Julie

    Hope I can find parking there

    October 21, 2012

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