The Women’s Interfaith Institute celebrated its 10th anniversary with an Open House at the Institute, located next door to the Womens Rights National Historical Park in downtown Seneca Falls. The organization’s sister Institute in the Berkshires (MA) recently celebrated their 20th as well.
The Women’s Interfaith Institute was founded in the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts in 1992 under the leadership of Dr. Allison Stokes.
After Allison moved to New York, she organized the Institute’s Finger Lakes affiliate in 2002. Although the two non-profit organizations are incorporated separately, they share a common mission: “Women supporting women of diverse faiths in generating spiritual leadership, scholarship and service.”
The Institute’s web site is HERE.
Disclosure: SDN publisher Stephen Beals serves on the Board of the WII.