Sharing Sacred Spaces uses the vehicles of architecture, education, dialogue, and hospitality to bring people together across the spectrum of difference into model communities of caring, trust, friendship, and action.
Developed by architect Suzanne Morgan, Sharing Sacred Spaces began as an interfaith prayer space in downtown Chicago called the Upper Room. Today, Sharing Sacred Spaces is expanding its programmatic reach nationally and internationally to explore the architectural meaning of sacred space in service to interreligious community building. Sharing Sacred Spaces is also translating our proven effective community-building model in service of building relatedness, trust, and community change in schools, colleges, and other organizations.
Click on the images below participating sacred spaces.