This full-day conference for high school students is designed to give the future leaders of our world the tools to respond to intolerance, improve religious literacy, and know the etiquette required to work in a pluralistic world.
High school students are invited to a week-long workshop during the summer to explore world religions and interfaith dialogue.
Teaching World Religions and Cultures in Our Schools is a three-day immersion and seminar series for social studies and global studies teachers.
Train the Trainers: Understanding World Religions and Interfaith Relations is a week-long, non-credit certificate course offered each summer for professionals, business people, religious leaders, social workers, and all those who interact with others.
We sponsor a quarterly gathering to discuss a significant book or article dealing with world religions. An initial review of the reading material and tentative questions are posted on the event prior to gathering. Readers are asked to critique and suggest additional questions for the discussion. Those who participate in our common list serve have the opportunity to continue the discussion after the gathering.
Next Book Discussion: Sacred Texts and Human Contexts A North American Response to a Common Word between Us and You
Facilitators: Dr. Nathan Kollar and Dr. Muhammad Shafiq, Co-editors
Where and When: Nazareth College, Golisano Academic Center, Room 325, at 7:00PM, The Book is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Nazareth College Book Store and the Hickey center.
Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you are participating in the discussion:
Previous book discussions include:
We conduct workshops for adult professionals and youth to learn to interact and work more effectively in the increasingly pluralistic American religious landscape. Workshops are listed below: