The Interfaith Peace Chapel: A Place Where Dialogue Can Begin
"The chapel is a place where people of all faiths, or no faith, can participate in dialogue, meditation and prayer. The environment and surroundings will inspire people to join voices, hearts and minds in order to build understanding of similarities and differences."
"The chapel is our visible proclamation to the world that we must all be committed to peace. It stands as a monument to the cause of peace for all who believe in it, seek it and work for it."
(Interfaith Peace Chapel)
"The Interfaith Peace Chapel, designed by Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects in the 1990s, is today home to a largely LGBT congregation and has previously been a target for graffiti."
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photograph via Dezeen