In a world of religious plurality, the hope is that our residents, many of whom are future faith leaders and scholars, will gain necessary resources and learn valuable practices to foster deeper interreligious partnership towards the common good. This learning is rooted in the deep (and messy) relationships that are fostered in community life.
The program is being led by resident Kelly Kossar, a 2nd-year rabbinical student at Hebrew College, who has been awarded a fellowship to lead the program for the entire school year.
The Walker Center is pleased to venture together with the Miller Center in this endeavor, and we hope it is only the beginning of an enduring partnership that will be a transformative experience for our residents.
If you are interested in learning more, or perhaps considering how you might be able to invest in the development of this program, please email us!
The Directors' Desk
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