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Civic Circle: Religious Pluralism (In Person)

April 24 @ 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm

Free

Spirit & Place’s Civic Circle gatherings invite you to reflect on our democracy and grapple with what it means to live by America’s civic values. This April we will continue discussing the idea of religious pluralism. 

Whether you are a person of faith or not, well, the Constitution protects it all! So what does “religious pluralism” mean in terms of a shared civic or societal value? How is it different than religious liberty and how do we live into the work of nurturing a religiously pluralistic society?

Using the civic reflection dialogue method, this participatory gathering – you’ll be doing most of the talking! – aims to help you unpack your civic values with others who also care about their role as citizens, that is, as those who show up for each other in public life. This gathering is a continuation of our March meeting, but we will use a different source material and participants need not have attended in April to get something out of this session. 

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*ABOUT CIVIC REFLECTION
Engaging in a civic reflection dialogue is not the same at attending a lecture or discussing a book. This is an immersive experience around a shared source materials (e.g., a poem, short writing, visual image, etc.). As such, we’ll spend most of the time in small group dialogue. Active participation is a must!

Details

Date:
April 24
Time:
6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

College Avenue Branch LIbrary
4180 N. College Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46205 United States
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