Interfaith Storytelling for a Vibrant Democracy

Engaging the Diverse, the Devout, and the “Nones”

February 23-24, 2018
An undergraduate leadership conference hosted at the University of St. Thomas and presented by Augsburg University, Bethel University, and the University of St. Thomas.

Conference Schedule
Nearby Lodging
Visitor Parking
St. Paul Campus Map (with directions)

open to all undergraduates
cost: $10 (meals included) - financial assistance available if needed
*FOR UST STUDENTS: $5 thanks to the generous sponsorship of USG at UST

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News headlines and social media posts show the U.S. a divided nation, and religion is one of the fault lines. The divisions surface between practitioners of different religious traditions, within religious traditions, and between the religious and non-religious. One way to heal these rifts is equipping ourselves to tell our own stories and learn to listen to the stories of others with clarity, charity, and hospitality. This conference will provide training in, and a forum for, storytelling and story-listening across differences in core commitments. Students from all perspectives and institutions are invited to attend and to refine their skills in dialogue on their campuses and in their wider communities.

Supported by a generous grant from the Interfaith Youth Core.

UST sponsoring offices: Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, Muslim Christian Dialogue Center, and Office for Spirituality

Photo ©Interfaith Youth Core, used with their permission