Do you like convenient breaks from all your midterm studying? Do you like free food? Yes and YES? Excellent, you are now eligible to participate in Northeastern University Interfaith Council’s Progressive Dinner!
All are always welcome in the Sacred Space in 200 Ell Hall, but they’re especially encouraged to drop by on Tuesday, October 13th at 6 pm for some delicious interfaith bonding. Students representing all sorts of faith communities will start with appetizers in Sacred Space, head over to Hillel for the main course, and walk next door to the Catholic Center for dessert.
As always, it’s free, but diners are encouraged to bring some non-perishables to donate to a local food bank. Take the opportunity for a mid-semester cleaning of your kitchen and bring dry pasta, canned soups and tuna, and anything else that won’t go bad on its way to someone in need. Pro-tip: many beneficiaries of food banks appreciate spices, so donate some flavor!
The Northeastern University Interfaith Council (NUIC) meets every other Wednesday in the Sacred Space for dinner dialogues about faith, spirituality, and religion around the world. They bring together students from across faith lines to share stories and build relationships in hopes of bringing world peace and unity. Sounds like a big goal, but the best things start small. Every religious, spiritual, and ethical group on campus is represented and it’s always open to anyone and everyone!