Inter-Religious Network (IRN) conversation circles

Interfaith conversation dinners are sponsored by the Inter-Religious Network Conversation Circles of the Abrahamic Faith Traditions. They occur twice a month at various faith communities in the Lafayette area, and are led by Cem Akatay, a Turkish graduate student at Purdue. People of the Turkish community at Purdue are committed to interfaith dialogue between Muslims and other faiths. The UU church was host on Oct. 26, and will again host dinners on February 8, March 29, and April 26 at 6:00 pm. Delicious Turkish food will be provided; suggested donation $2. For further information, or to register to attend a dinner, please visit www.facebook.com/interreligiousnetwork.

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