Connect with other interfaith couples in their 20s-40s as you engage in stained glass and paper-cutting techniques utilized by multiple religions. This unique opportunity to creatively explore our interfaith connections through glass and paper will culminate in the design and creation of a stained glass/paper-cut window. The collaborative artwork will be donated to the interfaith space at Bentley University to connect and inspire others.
Note: Individuals welcome too- If you are a product or a part of an interfaith relationship, we hope you will join us!
This workshop series is supported by a Young Adult Innovation Grant through Combined Jewish Philanthropies and is a collaboration of The MEM Project, interfaithfamily, and Connection Lab. Special thanks to Temple Shalom of Newton for hosting this series.
Space is limited. Light refreshments will be provided.+ More... - Less...
* Registration closes on November 12th
Sunday, December 3, 2017, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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