Faith in a time of crisis


October 14th, 2020

On Tuesday 20 October, join a multifaith panel as they host an interfaith conversation which aims to look at the role faith can play in times of crisis.

There will be an open discussion addressing questions such as:

  • How does faith help in times of uncertainty and crisis?
  • How has the Covid-19 pandemic changed faith practices for better or worse?
  • How does faith fit into today’s society?

The panel will cover Muslim, Orthodox Christian, Lutheran, Buddhist and Jewish perspectives and the discussion will be chaired by two members of the Islamic Society. There will be opportunities for audience members to participate in the conversation, ask questions and share their own individual experiences.

Free and open to all university students and staff.

Tuesday 20 October 2020, 2pm – 3.30pm.
Book your place here.

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