Author name: Sarah Ager

Sarah Ager is an English teacher and expat writer living in Italy. She describes herself as an ‘Anglo-Muslim hybrid’, having converted to Islam in 2011. She writes about interfaith dialogue, religion, and culture on her blog A Hotchpotch Hijabi in Italy and tweets at @SaritaAgerman. She curates Interfaith Ramadan, an inclusive interfaith blog project bringing together writers from different faiths and cultures at @InterfaithRam.

Sharing Stories and Festival Foods: Interfaith at Church and Home

Interview with Vicki Garlock, Founder of Faith Seeker Kids I’m delighted to share an interview with one of my role models and interfaith inspirations, Vicki Garlock. We discussed her brilliant interfaith work with children in her role as founder of Faith Seeker Kids and curriculum developer at Jubilee! Community Church in Asheville, North Carolina. During […]

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Ramadan Crafts and Activities

Itikaf Tents, Scrapbooks and Papier Mâché Mosques Ramadan is the perfect time for children to get involved in fun crafts and activities which also provide opportunities for reflection and conversation about other religious practices around the world. Therefore, the following ideas can be easily adapted for families with diverse faith traditions or no faith. These brilliant ideas

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