Here at the Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry, we believe in putting theology into practice--connecting what we learn in the classroom to what we experience in our everyday lives. Every week, the worship and liturgy program provides opportunities for students to do just that. Through "Linking Liturgy & Learning" gatherings each week, students have the opportunity to bring together classroom learning with community liturgy by reflecting on the scriptures from the week. In service of the school's commitment to engage all faith traditions, this quarter "Linking Liturgy & Learning" is inviting special guests from the interreligious community in Seattle to offer new perspectives on the texts. See below for details on a special edition of Linking Liturgy and Learning! For all worship and liturgy gatherings, click here.
Come have lunch with Harjinger Sandhu, a member of the local Sikh community, to explore what Sikh worship and community life looks and feels like here in the Pacific Northwest. Bring any questions you have!?
Thursday, November 5 ?| ?12:15-1:15pm
Lunch will be provided! Please RSVP to Sarah Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org