Membership is open to all women in the Sarasota, Bradenton ,Venice, Osprey, and Nokomis.  Dues are $10 annually.  We also offer events open to the public (men are welcome at these) for a slight fee.


Click on Membership Form to print this form

NAME:  ______________________________________________________

HOME PHONE: ___________________ CELL PHONE:  __________________

EMAIL: _____________________________ ARE YOU A SNOWBIRD? _____

 WHAT RELIGION ARE YOU? _____________________________________

IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF A CONGREGATION, WHICH ONE?  

 
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ARE YOU INTERESTED IN: (CIRCLE ALL THAT APPLY):

COMMON TABLES      BOOK GROUP

ATTENDING SERVICES OTHER THAN YOUR OWN.

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Please send completed form with a $10 check made out to Arlene Pearlman, with WIN written on the memo line. Mail to 
Arlene Pearlman, 2755 Horseshoe Ct., Sarasota, FL 34235
Any questions, call 377-1003.

                                                  


Women's Interfaith Network

Sarasota Bradenton
Venice Osprey
Nokomis


What is our Mission:

The Women's Interfaith Network invites women of all ages, abilities, beliefs, cultures, faiths and races to learn about and value our similarities and differences.  We work to eradicate stereotypes and prejudice beginning in our own communities in order to promote our common humanity and build a peaceful world. 

Who are the Women of WIN:

The Women's Interfaith Network (WIN) is a group of over 100  women representing a variety of religious orientations, including Judaism, several forms of Christianity, Islam, Baha'i, Wiccan, Humanism, and Metaphysical as well as indigenous and spiritual traditions.  WIN of Sarasota-Bradenton completed its fifth year of activities in December 2012. 

What WIN Members Are Saying:

" I made friends with people I'd never known and am richer for it."

"It was comforting to hear other women expressing doubts about
their own religious teachings."

"I gained a whole new perspective on Muslims and how their customs
vary in different countries."

"I loved the diversity in our group and am surprised at how much I learned."

Visit the website for the Center For Religious Tolerance  (www.c-r-t.org) f or more interfaith work taking place globally and locally.