Wednesdays, September 12, 19 & 26 and October 3, 10, 17 & 24.
All sessions begin at 7:00 pm.
This program is part of the Building Common Ground: Discussions of Community, Civility and Compassion initiative sponsored by the American Library Association and the Fetzer Institute.
The series is dedicated to building bridges of understanding and respect between diverse religious and ethnic entities. The “common ground” of these faiths will be explored in an effort to foster better understanding and relationships with one another without intent to convert or condemn. This series is presented in partnership with BRIDGES and the Loudoun County Public Library.
September 12: Baha’i Faith. Mitchell Jacobson, vice chairman of the Local Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’i’s of Loudoun County in Sterling
September 19: Islam. Chaplain Farhanahz Ellis, outreach director of All Dulles Area Muslim Society in Sterling and spokesperson for the Islamic Society of North America
September 26: Unitarian Universalism. Reverend Anya Sammler-Michael, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Sterling, Reverend Phyllis Hubbel and Reverend John Manwell, Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun
October 3: Christianity. Reverend Kate Bryant, St. James’ Episcopal Church in Leesburg
October 10: Quakers. Sheila Kryston, Goose Creek Friends Meeting in Lincoln
October 17: Sikhism. Mandeep Singh Bawa, education director of Guru Angad Institute of Sikh Studies in Leesburg
October 24: Judaism. Rabbi Michael Ragozin, Congregation Sha’are Shalom in Leesburg
For more information call 703-444-3228 or visit library.loudoun.gov.