Chaplains’ Picks, March 8, 2018

Mon, March 12 – Race & Faith Dialogues: Racialized Islamophobia,
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Multi-Faith Centre, Multi-Purpose Room  Race & Faith Dialogues are a drop-in program allowing students to discuss the intersection of race and faith through different lenses. At this Race & Faith event, we will engage in a dialogue about how Islamophobia impacts brown bodies, both Muslim and non-Muslim, in different yet similar ways. We will discuss the often violent and divisive consequences of this racialized bigotry, and ways of building solidarity among brown folks of different faith communities. Please join us for this important discussion! Refreshments will be provided.¬if_id=1519851435298819
Friday, March 23 – Shabbat-Jumma
6-10 pm, Emmanuel College 
Shabbat-Jumma is Jewish and Muslim spiritual gathering held at the University of Toronto’s Emmanuel College. It is an opportunity to embrace the sacred moment of convergence between Shabbat and Jumma. It will be an evening of heart-felt Jewish and Muslim prayer, singing, eating and connecting with one another. The aim of the event is to facilitate a unique experience for Muslims and Jews to learn about one another’s spiritual and religious practices in an open and respectful space. Suggested $5 donation. Please register:
Sun, March 25 – Spirit Singers and the UofT Gospel Choir Concert
7:30 pm at the Hart House Debate Room
Enjoy a fun time of international music celebrating our differences and affirming our common quests for peace and justice. The Spirit Singers is a non-auditioned choral ensemble of U of T students celebrating diversity and fostering intercultural & interfaith understanding. The internationally acclaimed U of T Gospel Choir is a non-denominational ensemble creating an empowering environment celebrating the Gospel of Christ through song. The Choir draws on a variety of sources including spirituals. Ticket Prices: $5 for Students  $10 for Non-Students Please order at the following link:

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