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Spiritual Wellness Week

Global Faith in Action-College
Office of Multicultural Affairs
November 18-22
Spiritual Wellness Week is an exciting new experiment for Global Faith in Action. We believe it is important young people are exposed to interfaith understanding and dialogue. Partnering with the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Wichita State University, we have planned activities throughout the week that will educate and inform students and faculty about the importance of interfaith in the community and the world.


Monday Introduction to Interfaith
Rhatigan Student Center Rm 266 Pike Room
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Learn about interfaith and make a mosaic.

Tuesday Service Project

Spaght Elementary School, 2316 E. 10th Wichita, l<ansas 67214
1 p.m. and 4:30p.m.
We will read stories to elementary students that teach morals and
values from different religions. The group going at 4:30 will work
on an art project with the students.
Wednesday Interfaith Theater
Lindquist Hall 100. 5-7 p.m.
We will watch a movie that spurs discussion about interfaith.


Thursday Interfaith Dialogue Dinner

Register at www.globalfaithinaction.org Students will be assigned to a home in Wichita. 7:30p.m. A safe place for organized spiritual dialogue in a community member’s home. Dinner is provided.


Friday Spirituality Walle
We will meet outside the Office of Multicultural Affairs in Grace
Wilkie Annex. 12:30 p.m.


Global Faith in Action-College Chapter is a governing body of student
leaders with differing religious ideolo­ gies and faith practices
that come together to focus on commonly held beliefs and live
beyond our differences though dialogue and action.


Chandler Williams
President of Global Faith in Action
EMAIL wilcmarie@gmail.com
PHONE (316) 708-8980
WEB www.globalfaithinaction.org

Office of Multicultural Affairs
EMAIL oma@gmail.com
PHONE (316) 978-3034
WEB wichita.edu/oma

We meet the first Wednesday of every month in the
Office of Multicultural Affairs in Grace Wilkie Annex at

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