Listening to Other Voices

Glastonbury Abbey’s Listening to Other Voices interfaith lecture series is pleased to announce their 2021-2022 program:

Hope and Healing in a Fractured World:
A Faith Response

Oct. 21, 2021 - Padrig O'Tauma, poet & theologian
Nov. 18, 2021 - Rev. Bryan Massingale, Catholic priest & social ethicist
Jan. 20, 2022 – Cantor Rosalie Will, worship leader & performer
Feb. 17, 2022 - Rabbi Ariel Burger, author, teacher & artist
March 17, 2022 - David Gushee, Christian ethicist & holocaust scholar
April 21, 2022 - Traci Blackmon, UCC pastor & Exec Dir of Justice & Witness Ministries

We will continue to offer our programs via Zoom webinar until we can return in person to the Morcone Center at the Abbey. We also plan to keep the virtual aspect for our friends and community who cannot join us in person. This program is offered by the Glastonbury Abbey Listening to Other Voices interfaith lecture series, which is an extension of the rich Benedictine monastic teaching tradition found at the Abbey.

All our programs are offered free, but donations are gratefully received to cover the costs of producing our programs online. If you would like to make a donation, please click here.

In case you missed our 2020-2021 series...

"We All Live in the Same House"* A Faith Response to Climate Change
*Rep John R. Lewis

The future of our earth is in crisis! Many seem asleep to this reality and feel uncertain about what they can do. In this series we heard from various interfaith speakers who shared their insights on how we can help the natural environment.

The 2020-2021 virtual interfaith lecture series is now completed but you can access recordings of all five lectures. Click on the links below to access the recordings on our YouTube channel:

Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb "Our Essential Interdependence: of Souls, Nations, Faiths, and Species"
Rev. Jim Antal "God's Call - Our Voices - in a Time of Climate Chaos"
Cary Wollinsky "Burning Oz, Why Australia Is So Weird"
Nana Firman "Walking Gently On Earth"
Mary Evelyn Tucker & John Grim "Laudato Si: The Cry of the Earth, the Cry of the Poor"

These recordings are offered free, but donations are gratefully received to cover the costs of producing them. If you would like to make a donation, please click here.