Religious, Spiritual & Ethical Life hosts Interfaith Week March 25-April 1! See link for full schedule of events.
Thursday, March 31, 7:00 P.M.
The Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman Memorial Lecture,Danforth University Center, room 276. Free and open to the public.
Ibrahim Abdul-Matin will speak on the topic, “Dominion or Regeneration: How do Faith Communities Show Up in Perilous Times?” Abdul-Matin is an interfaith leader focused on environmental justice and sustainability. His talk will include examples of interfaith partnerships working for economic justice, and call us to consider what our own religious and philosophical traditions call us to do in response to our climate crisis. Abdul-Matin is the author of Green Deen: What Islam Teaches About Protecting the Planet, and is the founder of Green Squash Consulting, a management consulting firm based in New York working with people, organizations, companies, coalitions, and governments committed to equity, justice, and protecting the planet.
SATURDAY, MARCH 26
Ask Me Anything, WashU Interfaith Alliance, Center for Diversity & Inclusion, Danforth University Center, Room 150
All students are invited to join the WashU Interfaith Alliance for an informal “Ask Me Anything” conversation! Stop by for free Insomnia Cookies and a chance to ask students about their religious/spiritual/philosophical beliefs and practices.More information
Interfaith Celebration Dinner, Danforth University Center, Tisch Commons
Free dinner open to all WashU students (of any/no religious background) to celebrate Interfaith Week! For more information, contact Callista Isabelle.
Andrew Peterson Concert, Central Presbyterian Church, 7700 Davis Dr, Clayton