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Are you interested in learning about different faith journeys?
Would you like to engage in conversation about spirituality?
Does the discussion of belief and unbelief excite you?
If you answer yes to any of those questions you may be interested in a new initiative that is being launched for students at Kingston University, run jointly by KUSU and the Faith and Student Well Being service.
Conversations for the Soul is an inter faith dialogue programme that brings students together from a variety of religious backgrounds (and those from no particular affiliation) to learn about different faiths.
During an introductory information event the aims of the project will be outlined, guidance will be provided on how to take part and you will have the opportunity to pair up with a conversation partner.
You and your partner will then be invited to meet in pairs and at times and locations that suit you. We recommend that you meet on at least three occasions. These times will be for you to discuss beliefs, practices and the questions that concern you in relation to your spirituality. You will be encouraged to be share concerns and doubts as much as firmly held views!
You will be provided with a leaflet containing information about the programme and conversation topics to help get you started. A final session for all participants will provide an opportunity for us to share our experiences and the lessons we have learned.
If you are interested in being involved, you are invited to attend one of two introductory events to find out more:
For further information, please contact Andrew Williams, the Interim Ecumenical Chaplain: email@example.com.