About

The purpose of this blog is to highlight interfaith cooperation at Ohio University, and to act as a voice advocating religious pluralism on our campus. The blog will also discuss interfaith topics on a local, national and international level, and how these may relate to our university. This blog will also act as forum for personal stories and experiences about the role interfaith cooperation has played in the lives of Ohio University students and faculty. We will have diverse and engaging guest voices contribute each week to the discussion. Please contact us if you would like to shape the online conversation about religion, on our campus and in the world.

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2 Responses to About

  1. Hello,

    I am an interfaith leader at the University of Tampa in Florida, and I am truly inspired by OU’s interfaith work. I am currently in the planning process of an interfaith awareness week and wanted to know if your organization had any suggestions. I am looking to plan education and engaging activities for students, but am needing a little help.

    It would be wonderful to hear from your organization about ideas!

    Best wishes to your interfaith initiatives at OU. We are Better, together! 🙂

    Courtney Tipton (ctipton@spartans.ut.edu)

    • ouinterfaith says:

      Hey Courtney, thanks for the kind words! I think it’s fantastic to that you’re working on interfaith initiatives at the University of Tampa. We have had a great experience with interfaith service projects – it’s been the most effective and exciting way to bring people together for us. You should check out Interfaith Youth Core’s website (www.ifyc.org), they have tons of resources. Good luck!

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