Every other month, students come together for a facilitated conversation that crosses boundaries of faith, religion, spirituality, and identity. In the listening and the sharing,
. . . we venture beyond the comfort of the familiar.
. . . we honor difference and create space for growth.
. . . we chart new courses through the landscape of our lives.
Beyond These Walls: Exploring Spirituality in Nature
Tuesday, May 6
Multifaith Chaplaincy/Harward Center backyard (161-163 Wood St.)
Past Interfaith Tables have focused on the following religious traditions and themes: Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, the Baha’i Faith, Atheist/Questioning, Coming from an Interfaith Family, Experiencing Meditation, Being Muslim in the West, Experiencing Religion while Studying Abroad, and Finding a Way to Practice (or Not Practice) Your Faith in College. If you have an idea for a future Interfaith Table, please share it with us!
Interfaith Tables frequently use the “reflecting team” format, which is described in an article about an interfaith conversation that was held as part of Open to the World: Bates Celebrates Unbounded Learning in the Fall of 2011.