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Interfaith Connections is a 30 minute television program that focuses on faith-based organizations and people who are involved in the interfaith movement. The show also highlights interfaith/intercultural issues and events in the Washington, DC Metro area and places this production is called to showcase.

Interfaith Connections mission is to provide an entertainment platform for people to learn about different faith traditions and build social awareness through religious/spiritual understanding through education and community service.

Fairfax Public Access (FPA) aired the first series of shows on Channel 10 in Fairfax County, VA during Fall 2012. The program featured leaders from faith-based organizations, clergy, interfaith activists, musicians and authors. Each guest shared with our audience how their faith and passions serve others.

In Spring 2013, FPA launched its new religious channel called Spirit 36. Interfaith Connections was one of the first channels featured in the channel schedule. Channel 36 is where viewers can watch the show. Currently our air time varies thoughout the year as a special program, please check the schedule on the Fairfax Public Access website. In 2018, the production team decided to focus more on being out in the community and less time in the TV studio. 

We thank you for your continued support of this much needed work to bring people from diverse communities together to better understand each other.


Jacqueline F. Fuller is a communications professional who has worked for various nonprofit organizations in Washington, DC. She is a member of numerous professional and community organizations including the Nonprofit Technology Network, Religion Newswriters Association, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and the Religion Communicators Council and serves as their national Vice President.
Jacqueline is a member at Unity of Fairfax church in Oakton, VA and volunteered in numerous ministries and served on their Board of Trustees. She also participates in the Next Generation Unity (NGU) ministry at Unity of Washington, DC. Due to her calling to do interfaith work, she identifies herself as Spiritually Independent.

Jacqueline supports various interfaith organizations and participated as a speaker at symposiums focusing on religious tolerance and understanding. In addition, she is a contributing writer for the Washington Informer newspaper covering religion news in the African American community.
Jacqueline is an aspiring entrepreneur who is in the process of building her media production company with a focus on interfaith relations. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications with an interest in Theology and World Religions from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia.