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Explore, Engage, Empower!

The Interfaith Center offers a variety of education, reflection, and community building opportunities open to the campus community, as well as specific groups (e.g. staff/faculty, departments, or student organizations). Follow our Instagram to discover what's currently happening!

Passover Celebration: Tuesday, April 16, 2024 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Passover Celebration: A Journey Through Tradition and Taste

Join us for "Passover Celebration: A Journey Through Tradition and Taste" at the Interfaith Center's Gathering Hall. Discover the rich cultural and historical significance of Passover through traditional practices, storytelling, and cuisine. This event aims to advance interfaith pluralism by educating and celebrating together.
RSVP by Monday, April 15 @ 5:00 pm. Hosted by the UVM Interfaith Center, UVM Chabad, Hillel University of Vermont, and College of Arts and Science UVM.

We look forward to sharing this meaningful experience with you! If you have further questions or concerns please contact Ali Mahmood!

Spring Interfaith Student Leadership Retreat: Saturday, April 20, 2024 10:30 am - 4:30 pm

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The UVM Interfaith Center is excited to host a Leadership Retreat this Spring at Interfaith Center's Gathering Hall in Burlington, VT. During the retreat, students will have the opportunity to reflect on their own spirituality, growth, inspiration, and to enhance the leadership skills!

Breakfast and Lunch Meals will be provided in the Fireplace of the Interfaith Center.

This retreat is FREE to UVM students. Both undergraduate and graduate students are invited to participate. If you have further questions, please reach out to Ali.Mahmood@uvm.edu. RSVP by Tuesday, April 16th @ 11:59 pm.  

Tea Time Tuesdays!

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Craving an opportunity to just sit and chat with others? During the academic year drop by anytime Tuesday mornings from 9 - 10 am for bagels, a beverage (not just tea!), and informal conversation. The entire UVM community is welcome!

Dinner & Dialogue: A Monthly Interfaith Gathering

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This annual, six-part series invites students, staff, faculty, and members of the greater Burlington area into meaningful conversation around a common theme. It is an opportunity to reflect upon our core religious and philosophical values, gain insight into those of others, and consider how we can live them out in meaningful, tangible ways in the midst of our diverse communities at UVM and society as a whole. Dinner is free and we ask folks to RSVP along with their religious or philosophical identity or background to help us plan for numbers and create diverse groups for conversation. Click here to find out what we've discussed in previous years!

 

Programs & Special Events

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The Interfaith Center hosts a variety of educational programs as well as special opportunities to celebrate and share diverse sacred and cultural celebrations within our community. For example, you can watch a recording of "Voting as Spiritual Practice"- a conversation we hosted between three religious leaders as they discussed how their religious traditions and practices inform their involvement in political and communal life.

Workshops & Training

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As part of the Interfaith Center's mission to equip and empower the UVM community to engage more comfortably and competently with spirituality and religion in our life and work on campus, we offer workshops and trainings to address religious pluralism, meaning making, religious literacy, and other topics. Email us if you are interested in scheduling some type of educational activity for your student organization, office, or department.

Interfaith Update (weekly)

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The best way to stay updated with programs and events connected with the Interfaith Center, as well as the greater community, is to sign up to receive the weekly "Interfaith Update." Each Monday you'll receive an email message with a selection of spiritual and religious opportunities happening on-campus, in the Burlington community, and beyond.

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