Inter-faith relationships subject of new seminar
Last updated 2/19/2020 at 1:52pm
Relationships can be tricky in times such as this. On March 1, the Pikes Peak Inter-Faith Coalition (PPIFC) will lead an experience to help people navigate relationships with friends of other faiths and/or those who may not practice any faith.
The public is invited to develop a better understanding of what we have in common in matters that affect all of us.
“Many of us know the experience of not being heard or valued by someone who is important to us,” an event organizer said. “We hope to see you on March 1 as we seek to make the path forward by walking together with those of other faiths or no faith. We believe that relationships are the path forward so that all can be heard and valued in Colorado Springs and around the world.”
The InterFaith Community Dialogue will engage participants about worldviews, faiths and relationships, asking questions such as, “How can we step toward one another as members of a broader community?”
The event will be Sunday, March 1, from 2– 4 p.m., at Library 21C, 1175 Chapel Hills Drive, Colorado Springs.
PPIFC seeks to develop a better understanding of what we have in common in matters that affect all of us.
Our focus is dialogue, not debate, propaganda, politics, or proselytization.
Please bring your family and friends, and your curiosity.
Registration is free, but tickets are limited so register early at: https://tinyurl.com/wtrdwsd.