Interfaith Intersections series: Sept, Oct & Nov

  • Thursday nights, 7:00 to 8:30
  • In person and on Zoom

Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice is excited to announce our 2024 schedule for Interfaith Intersections.  This program brings people together to hold intentional conversations on a variety of topics related to faith.

Goals:
– to deepen relationships among people of different faiths
– hold rich conversations on different topics
– learn about faiths other than your own.  

An important aspect of this program is that our panelists are lay people, not clergy or academics.  Therefore, panelists will address this topic speaking from their own understanding of their faith but not speaking for their faith.  

Each event will be held both in-person and on Zoom. Registrants will be sent a zoom link the day before the event.

Sept. 12 – what is your faith’s “high holy day” – does your faith have a major central holiday or holidays and why, what makes it so important; People’s United Methodist Church,103 N Alpine Pkwy, Oregon, Wisconsin

Oct. 17 – cycle of times/seasons in different traditions; location TBD

Nov. 14 – giving thanks; Sugar River United Methodist Church,  415 W Verona Ave, Verona, WI  

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