Day Forum: Caring for Community Trauma

The Interfaith Round Table invites you to an interspiritual dialogue concerning community care in times of collective trauma. We are entering our third year of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the midst of this time, all lives have been disrupted and some have been unended. How do we care for grief and loss on a massive […]

Day Forum: From ‘Place to Purpose’ — Environmentalism and Climate Justice

The Interfaith Round Table invites you to an interspiritual dialogue concerning environmentalism and climate justice. As we near the celebration of Earth Day, how do your spiritual traditions honor the concept of sacred place, and how does that impact your work toward climate care? Which places in our world or in your upbringing provide you […]

Day Forum: Discussing Modern Psalms

The Interfaith Round Table of Washtenaw County invites you to an interspiritual discussion of modern psalms with Dwight L. Wilson, Board Chair of IRT. Among his other writings, Dwight is the author of Modern Psalms in Search of Peace and Justice and Modern Psalms of Solace and Resistance. How can poetry and reflective writings bring […]

Day Forum: Beloved, Sacred Texts — Sharing and Listening

The Interfaith Round Table of Washtenaw County invites you to an interspiritual time of sharing over sacred texts. Each person is invited to bring a sacred text from their congregation, community, or personal life. We will share these with one another, listen, and build mutual appreciation. How might we learn from ancient wisdom and modern […]

Day Forum: Who Taught You that You Are Loved?

The Interfaith Round Table of Washtenaw County invites you to an interspiritual discussion around this reflective question: "Who taught you that you are loved?" Which individuals and communities mirrored your worth and dignity to you? How did they convey that you were loveable, worth loving, and a person who is capable of expressing love? Together, […]

Gun Violence in America

Online

What is the role of the faith communities in addressing gun violence? What factors have contributed to the rise in gun violence in the U.S. over the past years? What are faith communities and interfaith alliances doing, and what can be done to prevent gun violence? Join us for a Zoom conversation for this guided […]

The Intersection of Justice and Faith: What do the diverse religions say about justice?

Online

Join us to explore the intersection of justice and faith in a few religions. How do we define “justice” in our faith, and “how will it determine our work to achieve it”? Speakers • Rabbi Dr. Maggid Chava Bahle< • Rev. Keith Koebel • Dr. Zahid H. Bukhari Read speakers bios and Register here: https://bit.ly/justice-and-faith

International Day of Peace

Zoom

International Day of Peace: SEPTEMBER 18, 3:00- 4:30 pm EST (Zoom) Guest Speaker: Peter Dougherty Theme: Active, courageous nonviolence is the only way to end racism and build peace Nonviolence is first of all the force within us that develops through hard work. It is an inner transformation from fear, trauma, and violence, to wholeness […]

Day Forum: How to be an Ally?

Zoom

The Interfaith Round Table invites you to a community discussion about how to be an Ally.  How can we advance a culture of inclusion for all? What do our faith traditions teach us about allyship? How can we be a better ally by devoting our time to lifting others?   Please bring a quote, or […]

Interwoven…Building Community Connection

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 1385 Green Road, Ann Arbor, MI

Register at: https://bit.ly/IRT-celebration Interfaith Round Table presents its "Annual Interfaith Fall Celebration." This year's theme, "Interwoven…Building Community Connection," features inspiring speakers from various faith congregations, a community-building activity, and music. Keynote speakers are Brent B. Ward, Maum Gloria Cox, and Humza Irfan. Asha Vadlamudi from the Baha'is of Ann Arbor will read the Baha'i unity […]