World Religions Series – New!

World Religions Series:
Sacred Spaces, Sacred Places, Sacred Faces – New!
5 sessions • 10 hours

 

J.R.R. Tolkien said, “Not all who wander are lost.” This quote often challenges us to travel, search, and rediscover ourselves. For millennia, humanity transfigured unique locations into special places to worship, live, and work. The results, a vast array of religious and secular spaces, were locations where people were convinced life was more than what can be seen or felt. Examples include Buddhist stupas, Christian cathedrals, and indigenous grounds. Join us to explore some of these countless religious and secular sacred places with ample opportunity to share personal travel experiences.

Instructor: Rev. Dr. Tim Dissmeyer is a 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 students.

World Religions Series:
Sacred Spaces, Sacred Places, Sacred Faces – New!
ILR943 • 5-digit: 18717
Tuesday • 10/1-10/29 • 1:30-3:30 PM
Frederick Senior Center • 1440 Taney Avenue, Frederick
Tuition: $30 | Fee: $84 | Total: $114
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only



 

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