A series of conversations intended to foster cross-cultural understanding among different religious groups will be held every Wednesday night this month at Latter Library.
For details on the “Communities in Conversation” series, see the announcement below:
“COMMUNITIES IN CONVERSATION” – INTERFAITH STUDY AND DISCUSSION GROUPS
Wednesday Evenings ● March 6, 13, 20, & 27 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
“Communities in Conversation” is a simple idea for a program with powerful potential. Communities can be defined as groups of people living in the same area with much in common but also holding a range of religious and ideological views. The objective of this endeavor includes building on both the intersections and divergences of these groups to learn from each other, be enhanced by the richness of our diversity and to strengthen our sense of community and our ability to live together.
Communities in Conversation will be held at The Milton H.Latter Memorial Library 5120 St. Charles Ave.
Register now by calling the Milton H. Latter Branch at 504-596-2625 and receive your free Study Guide.
There is no charge for attending the conversations or receiving the study guide.