From Syracuse to Utica to Oswego, the diversity of Central New York brought just over 400 people of different faiths together Monday night at the eighth annual World Interfaith Harmony Assembly.

This year’s celebration, “Voices in Harmony,” was held at Congregation Beth Sholom-Chevra Shas in Jamesville and co-hosted by Interfaith Works and Women Transcending Boundaries.

The full story was published on syracuse.com and featured in The Post-Standard.