Thursday, February 15, 2018,
- Location: Office of Religious Life
Join the Interfaith Council for our bi-monthly Dialogue Dinners! Formerly known simply as "council meetings" (and how boring does that name sound?), this year our Interfaith meetings will be organized as a series of informal dinner gatherings over the course of the semester, where we all get together and discuss a topic of importance dealing with people's religious/spiritual/cultural identities and what they find interesting, troubling, difficult, or most exciting about them.
Dialogue Dinners (and, for that matter, all of the Interfaith Council) are not just for religious people! In fact, manymembers of the Council over the years have been uninvolved in a religious organization or have been completely nonreligious. We invite anybody who's curious, passionate, interested, or completely clueless about others' religious identities to come and learn a thing or two and to share their perspectives in the process. More than anything, we're a dialogue organization looking to start conversations about ideas and topics amongst people from all different sorts of backgrounds.
Feel free to drop in anytime throughout the semester or during the course of the dinners to grab some food, meet some new people, and share your perspectives. Any students, staff, and faculty are welcome. And, of course, feel free to reach out with any questions!