Religion and Belief Tandem Learning Programme
The annual Religion and Belief Tandem Learning programme is continuing this semester. It is free of charge and open to all staff and students.
You will be twinned with someone with a different belief or religious identity to engage in structured conversation and learn from one another.
This is open to all, whatever your religion or beliefs (and however clear or unclear you are about them). Those with humanist or atheist belief identities are very welcome to participate.
To participate you must attend:
a) Two introductory sessions;
b) six hours of conversation with your learning partner;
c) a feedback session.
Introductory session 1 is on Wednesday 18 November 12.05pm-12.55pm in the Multifaith Chaplaincy Gathering Room (L floor in the Octagon Centre).
Introductory session 2 is on Wednesday 2 December 12.05pm-12.55pm in the Multifaith Chaplaincy Gathering Room (L floor in the Octagon Centre).
You sign up to the course by attending the first introductory session. Please note that you must be able to attend both sessions at the times stated. The programme will run again later in the year for those who are unable to participate this time.
If you are planning to participate, it is helpful, but not essential, to inform Anthea Colledge via email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Information related to this message is available at http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/ssid/chaplaincy/tandemlearning