A discussion about spiritual diversity will be held from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, in the Vandalia Lounge and Gluck Theater at the West Virginia University Mountainlair.
The event,Embracing Spiritual Diversity at WVU ,will be moderated by Aaron Gale, coordinator of the Program for Religious Studies in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences. The program will provide an opportunity for students to enhance their intercultural awareness and understand the spiritual dynamics of other religions.
It will feature a 30-minute documentary with students and community leaders of various faiths speaking on their spiritual beliefs and experiences in the WVU community. Entertainment will be provided prior to the documentary.
The event is co-sponsored by the WVU Center for Black Culture-Multicultural Programs, Program for Religious Studies, WVU Office of Student Life, WVU Native American Studies and the Monongalia County Ministerial Association.
Members of the program committee include Bonnie Brown, Lourdes Cottingham, Vivien Exatier, Rabbi David Feder, Aaron Gale, Tracey Greene, Nichelle Gumby, Ed Horvat, Cecilia Rollins and Tom Sloane.