Interfaith Week: March 25 Events

  • Friday, March 25, 2022

Religious, Spiritual & Ethical Life hosts Interfaith Week March 25-April 1! See link for full schedule of events.

Featured Event:

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.

Interfaith Week Events

Friday, March 25

9:00 A.M.
Faith Zone Training , Zoom, sign up here

Participants will gain increased awareness of religious/philosophical diversity, and tools for helping our community be more inclusive for those of various religious/non-religious identities. Open to WashU students, faculty and staff of any/no religious background. Training provided by staff from New York University’s Center for Global Spiritual Life.

1:00 P.M.

Interfaith Jumu’ah, Lopata House Multipurpose Room (lower level).

The Muslim Students’ Association would like to invite the entire WashU community to share their Jumu’ah experience during this year’s Interfaith Week! Keep in mind that this is a prayer space, so we kindly ask that everyone who attends is respectful of the environment and dresses modestly.

2:00 P.M.

Friday Small Group, Reformed University Fellowship, Danforth University Center, Room 240

Bible study and discussion, and a chance to get to know other students. Open to any undergraduate student. More information

2:00 P.M.

ACTS Friday Night Large Group Gathering, Association of Christian Truth-Seekers, Off Campus

6:30 p.m. Rides leave from the Danforth University Center South Entrance at 6:15 p.m.

A time of worship, a lesson from the Bible, great discussion, and lots of fun & fellowship. All students are welcome! Meeting is held off-campus at a staff member’s home.More information

7:00 P.M

The Carver Conversation, Third Baptist Church, 620 N Grand Blvd, St. Louis

Public dialogue moderated by WU Professor of English and TCP Executive Director Abram Van Engen on the theme of “Sojourners & Citizens,” featuring Wheaton professor and author Esau McCaulley, author/teacher/speaker Beth Moore, and singer/songwriter/author Andrew Peterson.

Open to the public (tickets free but registration required, seating limited)More information 


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