This interfaith dialogue group meets the 4th Wednesday of every month at Eliot Unitarian Chapel in Kirkwood. Members bring brown-bag lunches and meet from 11:30 to 1:30. A short devotional is offered at the beginning of the meeting, by a volunteer from the group.
Feel free to invite anyone you think might be interested in our conversations.
Facilitator: Tom McKenzie
Frequency: Every 4th Wednesday of the Month
Time: 11:30 am-1:30 pm (bring your lunch)
Location: Eliot Unitarian Chapel (216 E. Argonne, Kirkwood, MO)
January 2019: The decline of participation in organized religion
March 2019: What is your faith tradition’s interpretation of the separation of church and state?
April 2019: How does your faith organization offer counselling and chaplaincy?
May 2019: Why Interfaith? What was your first encounter? Has it affected your faith? Is it important to you?
June 2019: ‘Faith Communities and LGBT people – Relationship (R)evolution.” Michaele Hynes has volunteered to present us with a short devotional before Rev. Bozek’s talk.
July 2019: “What is your faith tradition’s position on LGBTQUIA+ issues?” Jan Worley has volunteered to present us with a short devotional before the discussion.