Interfaith/Intercultural Committee at Hillel
Columbia/Barnard Hillel has always participated in a variety of meaningful interfaith and intercultural programs, including service hops, dinners centered on discussions of faith and practice, panel sessions, text studies, and other modes of exploring what it means to be a member of a religious community or a cultural minority on campus. In order to foster ties with other religious and cultural groups at Columbia/Barnard, the formation of a new Interfaith/Intercultural Committee at Hillel will further cultivate this tradition by holding regular meetings open to all, with the objective of implementing programs and interfaith meetings throughout each semester. Committee members will help propose ideas, coordinate programming, and reach out to other campus groups to plan events.Ultimately, the goal of the Interfaith/Intercultural Committee is to utilize the unique opportunity afforded by a diverse college campus to come together and engage in discussions of religious and ethnic identity in the modern world. We thank you in advance for your support of this important initiative.