Rev. Dr. Jimmie Wafer Reflects on InterFaith Community Values Project [...]
Eli Wiesel: “We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” Watch a recording of this essential RDJ Zoom-visit to the Holocaust Memorial Center.
Othering vs Belonging: What strategies will you use to help others feel safe, connected and welcome
Some art is unmistakably religious in nature. Artists across all faiths also represent their communities through more abstract art. In every case, art is an expression of our individual and communal values and aspirations.
What do I see? What’s going on here? How does it make me feel? What is this? What does seeing it teach me about history?
Meet four different men and women who survived unthinkable tragedy. Lean about their personal stories from their own recorded words.
Science Says Yes!
Click. Find. Ponder... (AKA: this is how we "scavenger-hunt" these days...) Check it out!
In Social Studies we learn that familiarity with the past helps us understand the present. Understanding ancient illuminated (painted) texts from different faith traditions teaches about the past and provides insight to generations of religious artistic expression.
Religion shapes individuals, individuals shape society, society shapes our personal values. Values shape religion, religion shapes people, people shape society...