LOS ANGELES (RNS) — Nearly a year ago, four young people of different faiths — Baha’i, Christianity, Islam and Judaism — moved into a Los Angeles home as part of a new interfaith experiment known as the Abrahamic House.

Hadar Cohen, Ala’ Khan, Maya Mansour and Jonathan Simcosky were chosen as fellows for this project, in which they kept their day jobs and lived rent-free, while organizing and hosting public interfaith events and programs.

They moved in just weeks before the coronavirus outbreak sparked stay-at-home orders across country, settled in amid the uprisings ignited by the police killing of George Floyd and are leaving the house just days after supporters of President Donald Trump besieged the U.S. Capitol.

The four officially wrapped up their fellowship

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