Penn State Fayette to feature a program on World Religions
“Exist Together, A Panel of Spiritual Leaders” will provide opportunities to learn more about faiths, religious practices, and cultural traditions through an interactive evening of short presentations and group discussion.
Representing spiritual beliefs from around the world, panel participants will answer some of the universal questions of life, sharing their spiritual perspectives on the origins of life, what happens when we die, and the purpose of life.
Participating spiritual leaders will include:
Rabbi Paul Tuchman (Judaism)
Pastor Nicholas Cook (Christianity)
Abbot Soorakkulame Pemarantha (Buddhism)
Venkatram Dharmarajahn (Hinduism)
Raheel Haque (Islamic)
After the short presentations, approximately 15 minutes each, guests will have the opportunity to meet the spiritual leaders, learn more about their forms of worship, and talk with other guests.
Sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs in collaboration with the Coalition for Equity and the World Religions class, the panel presentations will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 8 in the Williams Building, Swimmer Hall. Shortly thereafter, guests will convene upstairs, in the Williams Building’s Cultural Center.