Interfaith at PLU
Because PLU is a university rooted in the tradition of Lutheran Higher Education we value interfaith engagement, learning and connection with our neighbor. We encourage students, faculty and staff to participate in interfaith experiences on campus and in our community.
For a Lutheran perspective on Interfaith work: Why Interfaith Work is Not a Luxury: Lutherans as Neighboring Neighbors by Martha E. Stortz.
Students: Ways to Engage Interfaith
Weekly Interfaith Connections via zoom – an informal time for conversation, connection, and reflection with students from a variety of faith traditions and worldviews.
Learn more about PLU Interfaith Scholars Program! Applications for students are open each spring.
Interfaith Working Group
The Interfaith Working Group consists of students, faculty and staff. Recent interfaith events include the winter Celebration of Light, a Passover Seder, the creation of a Multi-Faith Meditation and Prayer Space and the Interfaith Games
If you are interested in any of these events or have questions about Interfaith, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
See some of our recent work HERE.
Celebration of Light
Annual gathering celebrating winter holidays from a variety of religious and cultural tradtions