Picture four young adults of different faiths sharing a house for one year. That’s not the premise of a new reality TV show, it’s just reality. Abrahamic House is an interfaith fellowship program in which four people ages 21-35 share a home for one to two years. In exchange for subsidized rent, the residents organize programs and community events. It’s a concept inspired by the Moishe House group-living program, but instead of only involving Jews, Abrahamic House is home to a Jew, a Christian, a Muslim, and a Baha’i. Abrahamic House founder Mohammed Al Samawi, himself a Muslim, wants to promote collaboration among adults from often hostile religions and to challenge stereotypes. The first Abrahamic House opened in Los Angeles and the organization plans to open a second in Washington DC this fall; Al Samawi’s goal is to eventually open an Abrahamic House in each of the 50 states and in Morocco.