Spirituality During Pandemic

Along with other challenges posed to American life by Covid-19, the outbreak disrupted our religious practices and spiritual comfort that faith institutions provide to their congregations. We held a series of panel discussions about the impact of Covid-19 on our religious and spiritual life, the role of God in such hardships, and how to cope with this pandemic. Leaders from Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Buddhist faiths examined the challenges and opportunities arising from the crises and provided spiritual resources to deal with this hardship.
All panel discussions were livestreamed on our YouTube channel.
Life During & After The Pandemic - An Interfaith Conversation
12:00pm - 1:30pm CST | April 8th, 2020

Many places of worship have closed their doors as part of the nationwide push to slow the spread of disease by minimizing social contact- a very difficult decision for those who rely on their religious communities for comfort and support during challenging times.

In this webinar. Dr. Jay McDaniel will speak with the leaders from Jewish, Christian, and Muslim faith communities in Central Arkansas about how CoronaVirus has impacted their faith and worship services. What is the role of God in all this. What are they doing to cope and help their congregants through this pandemic.

You can watch the recorded webinar here

The Path Forward
11:00am CDT | May 14th, 2020

Join this amazing group of leaders for an interfaith conversation to examine the challenges and opportunities of the crises from faith and interfaith perspectives. Learn what kinds of aliveness have been available during the pandemic, despite its grief and pain; and what kinds we hope for after the pandemic.

 

You can watch the recorded webinar here.

Spirituality In A TIme of Crises 
2:00pm - 3:00pm CST | May 17th, 2020

Join this amazing group of leaders for an interfaith conversation to examine the challenges and opportunities of the crises from faith and interfaith perspectives. Learn what kinds of aliveness have been available during the pandemic, despite its grief and pain; and what kinds we hope for after the pandemic.

 

You can watch the recorded webinar here.