The Nashville Chapter of the Religion Communicators Council (RCC) meets monthly to network and learn from each other. This month, members heard from the Muslim Women’s Council of Tennessee.
The Religion Communicators Council was happy to visit with and hear from the Muslim Women’s Council at its March meeting. Chapter president Rev. Brian Fesler was happy that this organization came to the table, “It’s important to foster understanding and tolerance for all religions, and I’m glad to see that Muslim women are reaching out in this manner.”
Aisha Lbhalla founded the Muslim Women’s Council of Tennessee, first with the purpose of getting Muslim women active and contributing to worthy causes, and now to bring them closer to those of other faith traditions. She, along with the rest of the Muslim Women’s Council, are reaching out to other like-minded organizations to get more involved in the community.
The Muslim Women’s Council was warmly welcomed to the RCC and encouraged to join and take part in the annual convention which is scheduled to take place in Nashville April 3-5th this year.
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