LAYTON -- The Episcopal Diocese of Utah is offering an overview of the religious landscape in Utah on April 30, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Weber State University Davis campus here, in room 117. The morning begins with an overview of the Pluralism Project, based at Harvard University. The event then will focus on congregations from the Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim. Sikh and Cao Dai traditions, discussing basic principles and guidelines to foster productive ecumenical and interfaith dialogue.
The morning will conclude by exploring online resources that are available for ecumenical and interfaith work.
Directions to the WSU Davis Campus can be found at http://weber.edu/WSUDavis/location. Refreshments will be provided.
The class will be taught by Brian Davis, Ph.D., who teaches at the Center for Religion & Ethics, at Weber State University.
He is also the Director of the Utah Pluralism Project and is the Ecumenical Officer for the Episcopal Diocese of Utah.