How much do we really know about other religions and beliefs? “Circles of Faith” will provide a welcoming environment to share stories and get a deeper understanding of other religious backgrounds in our community.
In the final of our three-part series, members of different religious faiths will share personal experiences, stories and traditions of their religion, and encourage talk about commonalities of religion. Topic for April 15 is:
Tell a story about a positive experience with someone of a different faith or belief tradition.
Trained facilitators and religious leaders will lead the small-group discussion - held in the school cafeteria at NTC.
Circles of Faith is free and open to the public, and members of all beliefs are encouraged to attend.
To register, go to wipps.org/cof3. While registering ahead is welcomed for planning purposes, people may also come the day of the event.
If you have any questions, contact Julie Bunczak, WIPPS program manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-261-6234.
Circles of Faith builds on the success of the 2016 Interfaith Dialogues, also sponsored by WIPPS. That series invited community members to hear discussion from a wide range of community religious leaders from Episcopal, Catholic, Lutheran, Baptist, Jewish and Muslim faiths.
Circles of Faith, an ongoing WIPPS project, is made possible through a grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council.