In partnership with Oregon Humanities, the Washington County Museum hosts a facilitated conversation exploring religious difference in Oregon. Writer and former chaplain Elizabeth Harlan-Ferlo will lead participants in examining the tools we use to talk about religion without dismissing others’ beliefs or flattening the beautiful and sometimes harrowing complexities of our experiences. Elizabeth has created extensive curricula on religion and intercultural competency and served for nine years as an Episcopal school lay chaplain. She is trained in facilitation for community, conflict, and collaboration with a creative arts focus.
When: Thursday, March 15, 2018 from 6pm to 8pm
Where: Brookwood Library – 2850 Brookwood Parkway, Hillsboro, OR 97124 (in the Multipurpose Rm)
Cost: Free w/ suggested $5 donation: Send RSVP to email@example.com
Local Story is a nomadic public program created to raise awareness about the diverse people that significantly contribute to the living history of this remarkable region. The program comprises a series of individual events organized in direct collaboration with community members, all of which revolve around the theme of locality, personal history, and the pursuit of opportunity in Washington County and its environs.