The UW–Platteville Inter-Religious Council Campus Ministries will host Faith Week April 16–21.
Faith Week is an opportunity for students and community members to learn about world religions while sharing their personal faith experiences. These events were created to offer environments where it’s OK to be curious and ask questions about faith and religion.
The week’s schedule:
Tuesday, April 16: People of the Book faith discussion, Platteville East Room, Markee Pioneer Student Center, 7 p.m. Student panelists will discuss Holy Days from their respective faiths, with a small group discussion to follow.
Wednesday, April 17: Prayer Night, University North Room, Markee Pioneer Student Center, 7 p.m. An assortment of prayers from various faiths will be presented and explained.
Thursday, April 18: Religious panel, University South Room, Markee Pioneer Student Center, 7 p.m. Leaders and representatives from several area churches will explain and discuss unique aspects of their respective faiths. Questions from the audience will be encouraged.
Friday, April 19: Video clip discussion, Mississippi Room, Markee Pioneer Student Center, 7 p.m. Various video clips will be presented with corresponding discussion questions.
Sunday, April 21: Crop Walk, First English Lutheran Church, noon. The event will raise awareness about hunger issues throughout the world as well as in our own community.
For more information, contact Amanda Zasada, firstname.lastname@example.org.