The Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning is a collaborative enterprise of the University of St. Thomas and Saint John’s University (MN), and it also serves the College of Saint Benedict (MN), which shares a common curriculum with Saint John's. Its mission is to promote interfaith learning, friendship, and service among people of various religions.


"A Taste of South Indian and Sephardic Jewish Music"‌ (Song of Wonder Concert Preview) is an upcoming fall open house that the newly created and student governed Diversity Activities Board (DAB) at the University of St. Thomas will be holding for the the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning and the Muslim-Christian Dialogue Center. Both centers recently moved into the campus house at 2057 Portland Avenue, referred to as Centers for Interreligious Understanding. It will take place on Oct. 26th from 6-8pm.
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Religious leaders from the Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Buddhist traditions will be panelists in the program “Change and Conflict Within Religious Communities” on Thursday, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. at St. Luke Presbyterian Church, 3121 Groveland School Rd., Minnetonka.

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