Interfaith Committee Meets the Mormon Leaders in Kuala Lumpur
A dozen members of the INSaF Interfaith committee recently met with the Kuala Lumpur leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormons. In the past six months, this committee has met with the area leaders of other religions as well. They visited the Kuala Lumpur Diocese, Buddhist Maha Vihara, The Brahama Kumaris, the Vedanta Group, The Baha’i Community Malaysia and the Malaysia Gurdwaras Council. The purpose of these religiously diverse gatherings is to strengthen the fellowship between INSaF and organized religions and establish peace and harmony. In the LDS Church building in Petaling Jaya, the guests all received folders containing information about the Church in Malaysia, an introduction booklet and a Mormon Tabernacle Choir CD.
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