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Unity Made Visible

 UNITY MADE VISIBLE is a Cooperation Circle of the United Religions Initiative located in northern Westchester County, New York.
 
The purpose of the Unity Made Visible Cooperation Circle of The United Religions Initiative is to create opportunities for education, dialogue and community among people of all beliefs.

 
Our dream is to create and sustain a circle of cooperation, welcoming all faiths, that will serve as a forum through which we work, side by side, towards genuine peace and understanding.  We will open our hearts and minds as we strive towards true appreciation of one another, our faiths, and the earth.  The realization of our dream will bridge the invisible but very real gap in understanding that separates us.  We dare to dream as we join hands with members of the global URI community to create cultures of peace, justice and healing for our community, for the world, and for all living beings.

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  • Food & Faith 2009 Featured Photo Gallery Food & Faith 2009 Food & Faith 2009

    Unity Made Visible members gathered on Saturday evening, November 21, 2009 to share food, stories and laughter. As usual, the buffet was sumptuous and the company warm. Highlights... More »

  • Understanding Islam Featured Photo Gallery Understanding Islam Understanding Islam

    On Thursday, March 11, 2010, Unity Made Visible welcomed Sunera Rahman of the Upper Westchester Muslim Society to the Chapel at Croton Falls to give us some insight into... More »

  • INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE EVENT 2010 Featured News Article INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE EVENT 2010 INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE EVENT 2010

    Unity Made Visible, a cooperation circle of the United Religions Initiative, hosted a rededication ceremony of the Peace Pole at Antioch Baptist Church in Bedford Hills, NY on... More »

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Unity Made Visible Affirms “CommUnity” on 10th Anniversary of September 11th Last Updated on 2011-09-26 12:55:43 Unity Made Visible, a 7-year-old Bedford Hills organization that is a Cooperation Circle of the worldwide United Religions Initiative, hosted “CommUnity,” an interfaith event at Fox Lane High School in Bedford Hills on the 10th anniversary of the attacks of September 11th. Unity Made Visible was formed by the common goals of various local faith communities to bridge the gap of misunderstanding that separates us from each other through sharing about each other's faiths and cultures, especially through music. “For too long, we have witnessed 9/11 being used as a rallying cry for those who preach divisiveness and intolerance. On the upcoming 10th anniversary of this tragedy, we at Unity Made Visible want to take this day back and turn it into an opportunity for unity, compassion, education, and understanding,” says Paul Storfer, Coordinator of UMV. The program... More »
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE EVENT 2010 Last Updated on 2010-10-15 13:59:29 Unity Made Visible, a cooperation circle of the United Religions Initiative, hosted a rededication ceremony of the Peace Pole at Antioch Baptist Church in Bedford Hills, NY on Tuesday, September 21, 2010. A beautiful interfaith ceremony on the theme of “Rededicating Ourselves to Peace” was hosted by Pastor Paul Briggs and members of Antioch, which was celebrating its 116th anniversary. Sunera Rahman of the Upper Westchester Muslim Society offered remarks on the meaning of light in Islam. Everyone gathered read a different inspiring quote from various peace leaders and sang together, “Let There Be Peace on Earth and Let It Begin With Me.” Deborah Moldow, who also leads the United Religions Initiative cooperation circle at the United Nations, led a moving World Peace Prayer Ceremony with prayers sent to many nations of the world as each flag was raised in turn. As the dusk grew... More »
Maitreyi Amma: Love & Wisdom from the East Last Updated on 2010-07-19 19:10:15 The Unity Made Visible Learning Series featured a special guest on June 10, 2010 – a radiant holy woman from France named Maitreyi Amma. Maitreyi Amma was born blind in Normandy, France. Christ and the Virgin Mary used to appear to her frequently and guide her. A child full of joy, she recovered sight miraculously at the age of six. In 1996, after raising a family, Maitreyi Amma was free to accomplish her quest at last: she left for India. After more than a year, she encountered Śrī Tathāta and recognized him as the most purely divine being on earth – and also as the yogi who used to support and instruct her during her childhood. She now travels throughout the world, giving conferences, teachings and Darshans, where she is in union with Śrī Tathāta and radiates the light and grace of the Divine Mother. The evening was held at the Chapel at Croton Falls, a lovely environment... More »
Understanding Islam Last Updated on 2010-03-14 19:06:42 On Thursday, March 11, 2010, Unity Made Visible welcomed Sunera Rahman of the Upper Westchester Muslim Society to the Chapel at Croton Falls to give us some insight into "Understanding Islam." Sunera gave a warm, engaging presentation, with able assistance from her three delightful children. More »
Food & Faith 2009 Last Updated on 2009-11-24 18:17:09 Unity Made Visible members gathered on Saturday evening, November 21, 2009 to share food, stories and laughter. As usual, the buffet was sumptuous and the company warm. Highlights included the Muslim blessing by Dr. Hassan and her grandchildren, who had also helped prepare the foods they contributed, and a hilarious talk on interfaith by Pastor Paul Briggs of Antioch Baptist Church. We are grateful to Pastor Peggy Fabrizio for Katonah Methodist Church's hospitality and her opening prayer, and also to Zannie Johnson and Gwen Brown-Murray for their perfect preparations! More »