Definition of interfaith
: involving persons of different religious faiths
Recent Examples of interfaith from the Web
The city has recruited more minorities into its police force, convened interfaith groups, and commissioned a diversity and inclusion study for its recreational services.
But under Oregon law, they are allowed on city sidewalks and streets outside the plaza, across the street from where Muslim, interfaith, LGBTQ, anti-fascist and other groups will be staging rallies in opposition.
The interfaith hub will host dance teams, worship bands and a drum circle.
Among those taking part was Naima Malik, a member of the interfaith committee at the American Muslim Community Centers.
After the Pulse shooting, Washington area houses of worship held an interfaith vigil.
The Rev. Marian Hale, an interfaith minister, officiated.
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Definition of interfaith for English Language Learners
: involving people of different religions
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