Sunday, June 8 – Friday, June 13, 2014
– A gathering of interfaith advocates, clergy, youth leaders, program administrators, educators and other professionals from diverse religious backgrounds and practices to explore the challenges of leadership in multifaith contexts.
– A unique, one week intensive program of dialogue, site visits, problem solving, networking, expanding horizons, and inspiration
– For audit or 3 academic credits
What participants say about the workshop
“A greenhouse for interfaith growth . . . “
“I feel blessed to share the journey . . . “
“The site visits were wonderful — probably the best kind of learning experience you can have!”
Dr. Lucinda Mosher, Faculty Associate for Interfaith Studies, Director of the Multifaith Chaplaincy Program, and author of the Faith in the Neighborhood book series. Joining her instructional team will be a number of experts from the Hartford Seminary faculty and across the United States.
Offering an opportunity for:
- Leadership training
- Deeper understanding of religious diversity
- Exploring case studies
- Visits to houses of worship
- Collegial interaction
- Learning models and methods for interfaith dialogue
- Networking opportunities
- Developing conflict transformation strategies
- Increasing competence in interfaith engagement
- Sharing models of multifaith collaboration
For further information about the Religious Diversity Leadership Workshop:
“Participation in the Religious Diversity Leadership Workshop is a major step toward fulfillment of the requirements for Understanding and Engaging Religious Diversity.”
About Hartford Seminary
Founded in 1833, Hartford Seminary has had a commitment to interfaith dialogue for more than a century. The Seminary equips individuals and religious institutions to understand and change the world from a perspective of faith that is contextually relevant, practical, and pluralistic. Students graduate well prepared to live and lead faithfully in today’s multifaith world. For more about Hartford Seminary, please visit our History page.