Interfaith Events All Around The Year

Every year Interfaith Center of USA celebrates various types of events. As in January, the Interfaith Center of USA is commonly observed in Gantan-sai(Shinto). On January 1, Shintoists commemorate this day and pray for their prosperity and healthy life.
In February, the Interfaith Center of USA celebrated this event like Chinese New Year, Candlemas, and Magha Puja Day. March is an eventual month for the Interfaith Center of USA because of various events from different religions like Holi, Purim, Naw Ruz, Ostara, and Ash Wednesday.
In April, Ramadan comes with a message of peace and teaches us how to treat Muslims and non-Muslims. Also, they celebrated many other events. For example, they celebrated Eid ul Fitr in May, Buddha day, Beltane and Pascha Day, and The summer solstice in June.
In July, Eid ul Adha and Tisha B, Av are celebrated in this month. Raksha Bandhan is one of the ancient Hindu rituals that celebrate love and duty between brothers and sisters, and also Lammas Day is marked by the Interfaith Center of USA. In addition, Rosh Hashanah, Mabon, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Atzeret, and Simchat Torah are celebrated this month.
In October, November, and December, interfaith celebrate Navratri, Samhain, all saints day, Diwali, Hanukkah, Winter solstice, and Christmas.

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