How “The Other” Worships – A Look into Practices of Different Faiths


January 9, 2013

Wooden Foot Bridge

The MIT Interfaith Dialogue Program will be hosting a series of services designed to give a fresh perspective on different forms of faith, including denominations that are often looked over. Jewish Worship Services will take place Friday, January 13 from 3:45 to 8:00 pm at Young Israel of Brookline (Orthodox) and Temple Beth Zion (Renewal/Unorthodox). Christian Worship follows on Sunday, January 20, from 8:45 am to 12:30 pm. This includes services at St. Paul’s (Catholic) and St. Paul’s AME, both in Cambridge. The last round of services is Muslim Worship, Friday January 25, from noon to 3 pm. The group will meet at the Kendall Square T Station at noon, traveling inbound to Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center/Mosque. Reserve space by RSVPing ora@mit.edu. For more information, please see studentlife.mit.edu/rl/addir_fellows.

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