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Come, listen, and explore the stories of diverse faith community members of all religious backgrounds!
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This event is free to the public. Donations are very much appreciated to support this event and the work of the Interfaith Round Table.
(You will receive the ZOOM link a day before the session.)
Join us as we delve deep into the faith story of Rev. Greer Cherney (Community Life Pastor at Zion Lutheran Church, Ann Arbor) and how her faith traditions and practices shaped her perspectives and journey in life.
Every First Wednesday of the month @ 7:00-8:00pm on ZOOM
Through the Faith Stories series, Interfaith Round Table wants to uplift diverse faith voice and perspectives. Community members from diverse traditions will share their faith journey in conversation with the IRT director, followed by the audience Q&A.
Faith stories will allow us to connect, build relationships of mutual trust, and advance interfaith understanding in the public sphere.
Come, listen, talk, and explore the stories of diverse faith community members of all religious backgrounds. There’s no better way to learn about other faith traditions and spiritual paths in our community than by hearing the faith story directly from those who practice it.
Meet our Guest:
Reverend Greer Cherney is an ordained ELCA Lutheran Pastor. She was ordained eight years ago and is currently serving at Zion Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor as Community Life Pastor. Pastor Greer is from California, went to seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota, and landed in Michigan to serve as a pastor. She is married to a Nichiren Buddhist who practices as part of Soka Gokkai International. Pastor Greer studied Muslim-Christian Interfaith study in Senegal, West Africa, and has traveled to Israel-Palestine twice on pilgrimage. Pastor Greer believes deeply in interfaith relationships, conversation, and learning. It is what God deserves for true Shalom for all of us. Pastor Greer, her husband Brian, their son, Benjamin, and their corgi dog, live in Davisburg, Michigan.