The Missoula Interfaith Collaborative (MIC) and the Associated Students of The University of Montana student group Emmaus Campus Ministry will present “Putting Feet on Our Faith,” a workshop by Tony Campolo, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 14, in the University Center Ballroom. The event is free for Griz Card holders and $10 for community members.
The workshop aims to bring together people of diverse faith perspectives; social and government agencies; and businesses to find common ground and work together to address community challenges. Current projects, including hunger, homelessness, social isolation, sexual violence and faith-based advocacy, will be discussed at the event.
Campolo is a speaker, author, pastor and social activist. He is professor emeritus of sociology at Eastern University, one of the founders of the Red Letter Christian movement and founder and president of the Evangelical Association for the Promotion of Education. More information about Campolo can be found online at http://www.tonycampolo.org/.
“Putting Feet on Our Faith” is co-sponsored by the MIC, a collaboration of faith communities and local organizations working together to serve human needs and address community challenges, and by ASUM’s Emmaus Campus Ministry.
Attendees will be given an opportunity to donate to MIC. MIC and Emmaus will offer follow-up workshops from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, March 16, at First Presbyterian Church located at 235 S. Fifth St. W. in Missoula.