Join BetterTogetherND for our launch of Interfaith Small Groups on October 8th. This event invites students to learn more about interfaith small groups offered through BetterTogetherND.
BetterTogetherND is a relational interfaith leadership development program offered through the Center for Social Concerns for the 2020–21 academic year. Open to all students who are interested in interfaith cooperation, developing leadership skills, and spending a semester/academic year sharing meals, time, and learning together in interfaith small groups led by CSC Interfaith Fellows. Interfaith cooperation is a movement in which participants come from diverse religious and non-religious identities working together for the common good. The movement for interfaith cooperation is open to all those that believe in this vision, including those that identity as agnostic, atheist, or secular humanist (referred to as “non-religious”). Breaking down the walls between religious and non-religious communities is vital to truly engaging religious diversity and building a world of equal dignity and mutual loyalty.
Students interested in participating in or learning more about interfaith small groups should attend the event or sign up below.