There are people of many faiths on our campus. Not everybody's religious, and we certainly don't agree about God. But we all have a worldview:
Rooted in past experience and future desire.
Beliefs and practices, tradition and gut instinct.
Love and purpose, right and wrong.
Why bad things happen, and if they can be fixed.
When all this comes to life in one person, that's faith.
When we engage each other on that level, that's interfaith. Interfaith is where no one gives up their identity, and all receive respect. It's a space of curiosity and compassion. It's rewarding, hard work. By reaching across to learn about others' faith, people often get stronger in their own.