Five from Fisher Participate in Interfaith Dialogue Conference
Over the summer, a group of Fisher students and staff from the Office of Campus Ministry attended the Interfaith Leadership Institute in Chicago, Illinois.
Jonathan Schott, assistant director of campus ministry, and Sarah Mancini-Goebert, liturgy and music coordinator, along with students Mary Grace Shine, Abdulhady Homed, and Juliette Miller received leadership training on interfaith dialogue during the trip. More than 500 people attended the conference, representing students and staff from colleges and universities from all over the country.
The conference travel was funded by a grant from the Interfaith Youth Core. As a result of the knowledge and experiences the students gained, Campus Ministry will be implementing changes to facilitate and create more dialogue, education, and awareness of all faiths and world view identities, Mancini-Goebert said.