Saint Paul Interfaith Network (SPIN) is a volunteer network of people from a variety of religious traditions and perspectives seeking to strengthen a culture of engaged interfaith dialogue and relationships in the Saint Paul area. SPIN is hosted by Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul, who serves as it fiscal sponsor. SPIN is a member of the North American Interfaith Network (NAIN) and the Twin Cities Interfaith Network.
Saint Paul Interfaith Network assists religious communities and institutions to build a culture of engaged multi-religious dialogue and relationships in the Saint Paul area.
A culture that champions multi-religious respect and cooperation.
SPIN began in 2005 with monthly lunch meetings of clergy and lay leaders from various traditions. The first public event, a six-session interfaith learning series, was held in 2006. Since then, SPIN continues the monthly midday dialogues while still growing other program offerings. In 2012, SPIN started the Healing Minnesota Stories initiative, an effort to create understanding and healing between people of faith and Minnesota’s American Indian people.