Multi-Faith Neighbors Network (MFNN) aims to foster relationships between faith groups that are suspicious and even antagonistic to each other and then engage them in building neighborhoods and cities that are more interconnected and resilient to hate and violence.
MFNN was established to build resilient communities of mutual trust and respect among faith leaders through civic engagement, authentic relationships and honest dialogue.
WHAT WE DO
MFNN develops grassroots movements built on mutual trust and respect among individual faith leaders, their families, their congregations, and their broader communities.
MFNN begins at the local level, in carefully targeted cities and towns across the United States, based on polling data, and the willingness of faith leaders and congregations to participate in this initiative.
The brainchild of Pastor Bob Roberts and Imam Mohamed Magid, two prominent American religious leaders representing thousands of Evangelical and Muslim congregants, MFNN will capitalize on the extensive ties they have established with other faith leaders across the country.