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The Center for Religious Understanding at the University of Toledo
LECTURES · FORUMS · COMMUNITY SERVICE · TV SHOWS
UT SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAM: A MULTIFAITH EXPERIENCE
In collaboration with the UT Center for Experiential Learning and Career Development, the UT College of Social Justice and Human Service, and the Interfaith Center, join us to provide an after-school program and college awareness for at-risk youth grades K-8 at a Toledo Public School. For more, contact Ms. Sabina Elizondo-Serratos at 419.530.2992419.530.2992419.530.2992419.530.2992, email@example.com or Sarah Schmidt at 330.696.7400330.696.7400330.696.7400330.696.7400, firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Sudershan Pasupuleti at 419.530.5338419.530.5338419.530.5338419.530.5338, email@example.com.
THE CENTER’S INTERFAITH FORUMS
Interfaith Forums bring together small groups of students from different religious backgrounds regularly throughout the school year to get to know each other and engage in challenging conversations about religious life. There is nothing like real relationships to build real understanding. Various times. Contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or for more information.
FAITH MATTERS TV SHOWS AT WGTE.ORG/FAITHMATTERS
Tune in anytime to our growing series of half-hour interviews with nationally renowned religious scholars and leaders about pressing contemporary issues in religion. Discussion guides also available online to guide group interactions about the shows. Made possible by WGTE Public Media, with the Ohio Humanities Council and the Confucius Institute at the University of Toledo.
Pdf links below
Access to Past Lectures
Our work is sponsored by the University of Toledo's Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, with the generous support of the Anderson Foundation and local religious communities.