- time Eastern Time
- location Zoom
- cost Free and open to the public
- organizer Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership of Hebrew College
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Faith — Here & Now: An Interreligious Exploration
A Three-Part Series
What does the word “faith” mean in this liminal moment between quarantine and a return to public life? How have we held and expressed our faith commitments—religious and secular—over the course of the pandemic? What roles do doubt and questioning play as we sort through the collage of emotion that we carry with us daily?
Please join us for a unique opportunity for an interreligious exploration of notions of faith through text study and discussion with leaders from Boston’s Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities.
Each session will open with a brief video presentation from the photographic exhibit “Faith in Isolation Expressed,” curated by Brenda Bancel, and close with a musical selection and silent meditation.
This free program is a collaboration of the Miller Center of for Learning & Leadership and the Arts Committee of Hebrew College.
Dates & Times
Tuesday, May 11 — 1-2 PM [EVENT PASSED]
Wednesday, May 19 — 1-2 PM [EVENT PASSED]
Tuesday, May 25 — 1-2 PM
Register for any or all of the sessions here.
Registration for this free series is required. Participants will receive the Zoom link one day prior to each session.
Rabbi Or Rose is the founding director of the Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership of Hebrew College. Rabbi Rose is the author or editor of various scholarly and popular works, including Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi: Essential Teachings (Orbis Books).
Rabbi Marcia Plumb (May 11)
Congregation Mishkan Tefila
Imam Abdul-Malik Merchant (May 19)
Reverend John Stendahl (May 25)
Lutheran Church of the Newtons