Wednesday, April 12, 2017,
- Location: Sarratt 325/327
We live in a country where people of differing religious traditions are interacting more than ever before. This could potentially create barriers between people or allow for strengthened cooperation.
Come hear from a panel of undergraduate and graduate students who spent their spring break in Washington DC meeting with different religious leaders and attending a variety of different religious traditions’ worship services. Listen to stories about how interfaith work is positively improving the political climate and helping shift religious discourse and walk away with practical ways you can use interfaith work on Vanderbilt’s campus.
Presentation by Brea Rodriguez-Harris, Byron Tyler Coles, and Rev. Dr. Mark Forrester, ISSS and OUCRL
*Language regarding interfaith work used above is borrowed from the Interfaith Youth Corps website