Diversity can be messy. Religious diversity can lead to conflict, war and other forms of violence. Join us as we seek to break break, listen, share, learn, teach, pray and laugh together.
mUli-faIth WEek...It is about U...I...WE!!!
Monday, February 4th at 6p.m.
Kick-off dinner celebrating religious diversity at F&M featuring Rabbi Jack Paskoff from Congregation Shaarai Shomayin in Lancaster will be the keynote speaker. He will speak to the topic: "Digging a LIttle Deeper, Focusing on What We Share".
Booth Ferris in the Steinman College Center. Reservations needed. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, February 5th at 11:30a.m.
Common Ground: Interfaith Student Council will facilitated a conversation about FAITH LIFE AT F&M.
A light vegetarian lunch will be served. Bring your own beverage. First come first served.
Wohlsen Center for the Sustainable Environment
Wednesday, February 6th
Religious Club Fair in the College Center Atrium 11 - 1
Come and meet students and learn about our religious clubs on campus.
Thursday, February 7th at 11:30am
Common Hour Speaker Imam Yayha Hendi from Georgetown University.
He will speak on the topic: MORE IN COMMON THAN YOU THINK:UNITED VOICES FOR DIGNITY AND JUSTICE
Friday, February 8th
Clergy Beyond Borders Presentation with Imam Yayha Hendi at Lancaster Theological Seminary Hafer Center. 9- 11 a.m.. R.S.V.P. to email@example.com. Light morning refreshments will be served.
NEGIN FARSAD of The Muslims Are Coming Comedy Group will be our closing presentation for the week. The performance will be held in Nevin Chapel/Miller Recital Hall in Old Main at F&M.
Event is free.
*Events this week are co-sponsored by the Office of the Chaplain, the Klehr Center, the Women's Center, department of Women and Gender Studies, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs The Common Hour lecture is co-sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies. The presentation Friday morning is co-sponsored by Lancaster Theological Seminary.