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COMMUNITIES IN CONVERSATION SPRING SCHEDULE

SPRING 2015  SCHEDULE

CLEVELAND 

NOTRE DAME COLLEGE

 TUESDAYS  from 7:00 – 9:00 p..m.

MARCH 10th,

March 17th

March 24th

March 31st and

April 7th

 JOHN CARROLL UNIVERSITY

 Room B 272 of the Administration Building

 WEDNESDAYS from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

            March 4th

            March 11th

`           March 18th

            March 25th

            April 8th

NEW ORLEANS

LOYOLA COLLEGE STUDENT CENTER

            MONROE 601

           Thursdays from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

            March 5, 2015

            March 12, 2015

            March 19, 2015

            March 26, 2015

            April 1, 2015

 FAIR GRINDS COFFEEHOUSE

                         Mondays:  From 7:00 – 9:00 p.m

            March 9, 2015

              March 16., 2015

              March  23, 2015

                      March .30, 2015 and

                 Tuesday April 7th,  2015

For more info :

Please contact our director, Emilie Barnett
EMAIL: info@communitiesinconversations.org
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Communities in Conversation

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These can be difficult times and ignorance of our diverse faith traditions can sometimes lead to fear, mistrust and even hatred.    What may appear to be a serious rift in the fabric of our democracy might be attributed to this lack of knowledge.  To assist in overcoming such obstacles Communities in Conversation, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3)  organization whose mission, through its “Conversations” is:

To provide opportunities for a diverse population with a broad range of
religious backgrounds to meet, converse and learn from each other in
order to fashion expanding circles of awareness, knowledge, sympathy and
fellowship.

 

THE PROGRAM

The “Conversations” are an informal study and discussion program of the Abrahamic faith traditions.  It invites Christians, Jews and Muslims, as well as those of other or non-faith traditions, to meet and learn about one another’s beliefs.  This exchange offers opportunities to forge friendships with one another as well as cooperation that can benefit the larger community.

Non-clergy facilitators are recruited and trained to lead the discussions.  A Study Guide is provided to the participants at no cost.  College professors as well as clergy serve as resources, extending the knowledge beyond the Study Guide and answering questions the participants may have.

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