- Spirituality in a Time of Crisis
- Spiritual Practices
- Faith at Home
- Archdiocese of Washington Live-streamed Masses & Prayers
- Dr. Tarek Elgawhary – Jumu’ah Khutbah – March 6, 2020 “Rajab and Preparing for Ramadan”
- Dr. Tarek Elgawhary – Friday Evening Halaqa – March 6, 2020 (Class 4) Signs of the Day of Judgement
- Imam Tarif Shraim – Sunday Fajr Halaqa – March 8, 2020 Quran and Modern Life
- When You Can’t Pass the Offering Plate by Rev. Dr. Ken Howard
- A Prayer for Health and Healing of Healers
- Faith Leaders Struggle whether to Close their Houses of Worship – The New Yorker, 4.8.20
- Poor People’s Campaign-A National Call for Moral Revival
- Berkley Center Webinar Video – The COVID-19 Crisis: Taking Stock of Religious Responses
- Self Care is a Form of Worship in Islam-Imam Yahya Hendi
- Religion in the time of the Pandemic – Akbar Ahmed
- St. John Norwood’s Rev. Sari Ateek sermons
- Prayer of Gratitude and Love for One Another
- What Would Love Do? – Bishop Michael Curry
- Religions in Unison- “Allahu Akbar”, “Adonaï” and “Ave Maria” in unison before King Mohammed VI and Pope Francis
- Spirit Experience:We Breathe Together Interfaith Service – 5.3.20, Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, MD
- Cincinnati Festival of Faiths Spring Concert 2020
- National Council of Churches – A Time To Mourn: An Ecumenical Memorial Service for Lives Lost to COVID-19
The Virtual Townhall on March 19th began with the Rev. Dr. Abhi Janamanchi, Senior Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church, and member of our FCAC Executive Committee offering the following prayer
Nameless One of Many Names,
Spirit of Life, and Love, In whom we live, move, breathe, and have our being.
We are mindful of these times in which we live.
Uncertainty, anxiety, and fear are present among us
As we listen to and care for one another in these days.
We are connected across time and space
Connected by invisible droplets that have come to instruct us,
Bringing vivid, real-time, illustration of how much we need one another Connected across race, religion, nationality, political persuasion
Connected across age, gender, sexual orientation, and economic status
Connected across all the reasons we separate and divide
Connected by our humanness and our fragility
Connected by our need for connection, for love, for safety
Connected by our need for access to healthcare and food, a place to lay our heads at night
Connected by our need for hope, for kindness, for compassion and joy
May we take the lessons offered in this time and place
With us as we navigate our way
May we remember in the days and years to come that
Truly – we need each other to survive.”
[Cindy Terlazzo, adapted]
Prayer for a Pandemic
May we who are merely inconveniencedRemember those who lives are at stake.
May we who have no risk factors
Remember those most vulnerable
May we who have the luxury of working from home
Remember those who must chose between preserving their health o making their rent.
May we who have the flexibility to care for out children when their schools close
Remember those who have no options. May we who have to cancel our trips
Remember those that have no safe place to go.
May we who are losing out margin money in the tumult of the economic market
Remember those who have no margin at all.
May we who settle in for a quarantine at home
Remember those who have no home.As fear grips out country,
Let us choose love.
During this time when we cannot physically wrap our arms around each other, let us yet find ways to be the loving embrace of God to our neighbors.
[By Cameron Bellm]
Chinmaya Channel – 24 hours of Shri Hanuman Chalisa chanting