Tickets are $30 for advanced registration and $40 at the door.
16th ANNUAL MULTIFAITH COMMUNITY SUMMIT
Religion, Race, and Politics are Tearing Seattle Apart . . .
Or are they?
Why Can't We Get Along?
You want to better your community, right?.
But what exactly does better look like?
Our various religious, racial, and political traditions provide different answers to that question.
This one-day gathering will help us unpack those views and dream up ways we can be better together.
Are you a believer, adherent, observant or practitioner? Are you none of those?
Are you curious about how people outside your socio-religious bubble view the conflicts that divide us?
If the road to hell is paved with good intentions then the road to better communities is paved with great practices.
At "Why Can't We All Get Along?" youll learn new listening practices that will enable you to cross those relational boundaries that currently block you from connecting with colleagues and loved ones.
Follow the compass to find the 1% you can agree on and then devote 100% effort to building bridges that will better serve the community . . . regardless of the different viewpoints.
Register now, and invite someone you know with whom you dont always agree but would like to work with to build a better community.
This event is co-sponsored by Interfaith Northwest, Call of Compassion NW, Treacy Levine Center, and more organizations are coming on board...