Be part of the first Living Room Dialogue
The Center for Interfaith Cooperation is launching a series of Living Room Dialogues, unique opportunities for people of differing faiths to meet together in someone’s home in order to talk about what matters most to us. They are open to college students and young adults as well as more mature adults. The first Dialogue takes place during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, a time of fasting from sun-up to sun-down.
Please join us for the inaugural gathering of the CIC Education Committee-sponsored Living Room Dialogues on July 8. We will gather between 7-9 pm in Fishers, IN, at the home of CIC Board member Muzaffar Ahmad, with the focus of the evening being simply conversation – and learning in a more intimate gathering about each other’s faith traditions. Muslims, hosting us during Ramadan, the Ahmad family will share with us how they observe this holy month.
Space is limited, so please respond to Muzaffar Ahmad at either: muzaffara@gmail or 317 855-8139. Specifics on the location and program details will be provided upon your reply.
what does Ramadan mean? Last year the host of this first Living Room Dialogue, Muzaffar Ahmad, wrote this for the Indianapolis Star: