I came across a news item this morning, and had mixed responses to it: News article from the BBC
A church in Indonesia is preparing and then selling evening meals for their Muslim neighbours to break fast. They serve them in the church, and invite a local imam to come and say the fast-breaking prayers.
Could this (should this) translate into the UK, or is the current lack of sensible discussion and understanding too much of a hindrance? One of the things that challenged me most, and where I guess I'd need convincing would be inviting the imam in to say prayers.
I've been reading and reflecting on the story of Jesus feeding the 5000+ and loving that there was no theology check before that particular communion.
What thoughts and reactions do you have to this story?