World Religions Series – New!

World Religions Series: Models of Human Community – New!
5 sessions • 10 hours

Every national and religious endeavor has included an expression of human community. How people relate to one another within and beyond their familiar social boundaries has always been vital to human survival. From small family groups to larger tribes, there are many different kinds of human social patterns. Join us to explore the social structures within Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism as we focus on how they strengthen bonds, prepare youth for the future, and enable people to deal with change.

Instructor: Timothy Dissmeyer
Rev. Dr. Tim Dissmeyer is retired clergy and current adjunct faculty in world religions, with 10 years of field experience with the Ecumenical Institute: Chicago, 20 years of parish service in Maryland and Washington, D.C. and 15 years of involvement in interfaith dialogue. His lively, open-minded and inquisitive approach to religion and spirituality continues to inspire ILR members.

World Religions Series: Models of Human Community – New!

ILR971 • 5-Digit Number: 19401
Tuesdays • 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. • 3/31 – 4/28
Frederick Senior Center •
Tuition: $30 | Fee: $84 | Total: $114
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only