The humanities department at Jefferson Community College (JCC) will hold part two of the interfaith series titled The Good Life on Thursday, March 14, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. in Room 6-002, Jules Center (building 6). The forum will discuss how four world religions differ. The public is invited to join the conversation.
Part one of The Good Life series explored what Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all shared in common. Part two will explore in what ways they are different. Part three will address the question: why would we choose to live in a community with those who differ from us? Speakers, born into and actively engaged in their own traditions, will draw from life experience to share their knowledge and personal encounters with other traditions. All speakers live and work in the Watertown area. The Rev. Dr. Jerome Wichelns will moderate.
The Good Life series, spearheaded by the Interfaith Group of Watertown and sponsored by the JCC humanities department, provides a deeper understanding of religion and insight to others.
For more information, call Jefferson Community College Humanities Department at 315-786-2414.