“Can We REALLY Coexist?” A Multifaith Panel Discussion
WED March 29th, Nutting Hall Auditorium,20 Grove St. Extension, UMaine, 7-9pm
Panelists from Judaism, Islam, evangelical Christianity, Catholicism, atheism, Wabanaki spirituality, and Buddhism will address some of the tough questions of coexistence, compromise, and peace in a divided world.
Check out this great article about the Wilson Center in the Maine Campus:
What is the Wilson Center?
The Wilson Center is an independent, progressive religious & spiritual voice on campus. Our most central value is the equality of all people – we welcome people of all genders, gender identities, sexual orientations, races, religions, ethnicities, abilities and economic backgrounds. We believe that we as a community and as individuals are enriched by diversity. We welcome seekers, agnostics, questioners, atheists and traditional believers. We welcome interfaith and multicultural events of all kinds.
The Wilson Center Goals
- To work for peace- both globally and locally
- To reach out to all faiths and traditions and build true interfaith dialogue and programs
- To explore & celebrate both religion & spirituality, and to develop the kind of inclusive, progressive religion/spirituality of which we would like to be a part
- To design (or cooperate with others in) local and global service projects that have meaning for our community
- To enhance communication across lines of ethnicity, culture, religion, theology, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and economic class
- To build worship services, ethics discussion groups, film series, dinners and other spiritual or social events that speak to the needs and desires of the UMaine community