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Interfaith Week

The purpose of Interfaith Week is to raise awareness about the diversity of ideological and religious frameworks in America and to provide opportunities for UNF students to engage in respectful dialogue with students from different backgrounds. Check back here for our Interfaith Week events coming up in Fall 2021!

 

Fall 2020 Interfaith Week: Monday, Oct. 26 - Friday, Oct. 30.

Thank you to all of our volunteers and to everyone who came out to our 13th Interfaith Week in Fall 2020! See below for our past events from our 13th Interfaith Week:

 

Interfaith Week Kickoff

Celebrate religious and worldview diversity with the UNF community as we kick off Interfaith Week!  This ceremony will recognize the power of building bridges across difference with raffle prizes, student testimonies, a keynote speaker and more! 

Race, Religion, and Politics: A Difficult Conversation, Session A


What can we learn when we listen to someone of a different race? How might this inform our politics? How can religion make these conversations more difficult or more possible? Join students from the Interfaith Center and Hick Honors College as they host a dialogue on these difficult questions and look together for a constructive way forward.

Interfaith Community Supper

How can we use food to create an inclusive community celebrating our diverse backgrounds? Community partner OneJax invites you to break bread alongside us, as we come together to share a virtual meal!

Race, Religion, and Politics: A Difficult Conversation, Session B

 

What can we learn when we listen to someone of a different race? How might this inform our politics? How can religion make these conversations more difficult or more possible? Join students from the Interfaith Center and Hick Honors College as they host a dialogue on these difficult questions and look together for a constructive way forward.

Speedfaithing

Join us for this Interfaith mixer, where you can make new friends of different religious and nonreligious worldviews, learn from diverse traditions, and share the values and stories that motivate you. We’ll consider many questions: What grounds you in times of stress and uncertainty? What values do you hold close and where did they come from? Does your worldview inspire you to fight for change? And we will continue our Interfaith Week raffle!