DDUUC is so thankful to our panelists for sharing their faith-informed views on our question: How should faith communities respond to the rise of intolerance? We had 2.5 times as many audience members and their thoughtful comments and questions added depth to an already meaningful discourse.
Topic: How should faith communities respond to the rise of intolerance?
Join us for the next Interfaith Dialog, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct 22. This is another installment in a series of events designed to find common ground in different faiths. DDUUC is assembling a panel of representatives from a variety of faiths to engage in a respectful and insightful discussion.
After our panelists speak. our audience will be invited to join the dialogue. Light refreshments to follow. The coordinator is Warren Spengler and he may be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A-Team of TASK
DDUUC believes in the social justice mission of the A-TEAM, the art group associated with the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen. In that spirit, the congregation is hosting an exhibit and reception for these special artists who have taken hardship and transformed it into beautiful, expressive works of art, which will be offered for sale. The art will continue to be on display and an ideal time to view it and arrangement payment would be before and after our 10 a.m. Sunday worship services.