Interfaith Week 2021 at Holden Village
Theme: The Power of Fear, Status and Solidarity
August 23-28, 2021 at Holden Village
Registration Opens April 23
Join Paths to Understanding and Holden Village for our fifth year of Interfaith Week! Interfaith week is a partnership between PTU and Holden.
This year we are expanding our work, including Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Indigenous and Buddhist partners in the conversation.
Description: From our dinner tables to the Capital steps we are seeing the power of fear and the drive for status at work among us–often driving us apart. We are seeing another power as well: the power of standing with and behind each other whenever one of us is at risk. Our sessions will include leaders from many different wisdom traditions: Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, and more. We will bring the best our traditions have to offer, discuss how we differ, and how those differences can deepen our own traditions and shape our work for common good.
• The Power of Fear – Panel discussion
• The Power of Status – Panel discussion
• The Power of Solidarity – Panel discussion
• Interfaith in the Real World – Panel Discussion
• Getting to know
• The Practice of Authentic Allyship – Pastor Terry Kyllo
• Islamophobia – Pastor Terry Kyllo
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