Heritage University will host faith leaders from throughout the Yakima Valley for an Interfaith Brunch and Prayer Service on Monday, November 18, 2019. The first part of the event, which begins at 10:30 a.m., is a brunch where spiritual leaders will gather to share a meal, learn about Heritage, and explore the ways various spiritual traditions support students, faculty, and staff at Heritage.
The Interfaith Prayer Service, immediately following at noon, will have faith leaders who represent diverse spiritual traditions gather in prayer in recognition of the connection our campus community has with the many deep and ancient roots that ground us in the pursuit of higher education at Heritage.
Leaders of all faith communities are invited to attend the Interfaith Brunch and Prayer Service, which will be held in Smith Family Hall located in the Arts and Sciences Center at Heritage University. The event begins the observance of Spirituality Week at Heritage. For more information, please contact David Hacker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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