Skidaway Community Church Presents:
Exploring Non-Abrahamic Faiths
Discovering Unity in Diversity: A Journey through Non-Abrahamic Faiths
Skidaway Community Church is delighted to announce its upcoming 2023 Community Discussion Series, “The Study of Non-Abrahamic Faiths.” This event aims to foster cultural understanding, promote interfaith dialogue, and celebrate the rich tapestry of religious diversity that exists beyond the Abrahamic traditions. The series is set to kick off on Wednesday, September 27th and will run for three consecutive Wednesday evenings through October 18th.
Throughout this discussion series, we will explore the histories, beliefs, and practices of four distinct Non-Abrahamic Faiths, each of which has left an indelible mark on various parts of the world. These upcoming sessions stem from the curiosity and interest that were ignited during the well-received 2022 Abrahamic Series. Mark your calendars for these dates:
The programs will start at 6:45 PM in Liston Hall on the Skidaway Community Church campus, located at 50 Diamond Causeway. Attendees will be treated to delectable desserts from the respective regions being discussed that week, setting the stage for a captivating experience. The presentations will conclude by 8:00 PM, providing ample time for discussion and reflection.
Presenters will navigate participants through each faith’s intricacies. Dr. Joe Crotty will introduce Zoroastrianism, while Roshi Paul Genki Kahn will delve into Buddhism. Experts in Hinduism and Native American spirituality will be announced shortly.
Attendance is free, but reservations are needed for planning. Secure your spot by calling 912-598-0151, visiting skidcc.org, or in person after Sunday’s service preceding the event. Reserve by the Monday prior to each Wednesday session.
The 2023 Non-Abrahamic Faiths Series offers an opportunity to broaden perspectives, partake in meaningful conversations, and honor the diverse mosaic of spirituality. By exploring global beliefs, attendees can gain a deeper understanding of their own faith. Join Skidaway Community Church on this journey towards unity in diversity.