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by Elizabeth Spaulding
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Come explore faith with us:
Worship and dinner 4:00pm
Bible study 7:00pm (Link Classroom #2)
All are welcome!
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Resisting Simplistic Theology
Imagine a religion...
that welcomes your questions and makesroom for your beliefs!!!
Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religionthat believes in the inherent worth of every person, the authority of reasonand conscience in religion, freedom of religious belief, and a faith that ismanifested in justice and love.
Join us in your spiritual questfor truth and meaning!
The Unitarian UniversalistFellowship @ Duke
United Methodist Church
In the heart of Downtown Durham Between Mangum and Roxboro Streets
215 N. Church Street
Sunday Early Worship: 8:45 a.m. Sunday School:9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship:11:00 a.m. Rev. Duke Lackey, Senior Pastor E-mail:email@example.com Web Site:www.trinitydurham.org Phone:(919)683-1386
Come as you are— leave different!
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Weekly Gita Discussion • Diwali Puja • Shivratri Puja• Temple Trips • Hinduism 101 • Yoga • Ram Navami• Garba • Meditation • Open Discussions andSpeakers on issues that deal with campus life andHinduism and many other events!
1) Weekly Sunday Discussion, 12pm, Graduate Student Lounge - Gray Building(2nd floor) 2) Bhutanese Empowerment Project - tutoring every Thursday 5:30-9:30pm 3) Open Exec Meeting every Wednesday at 8:30pm in OSAF. We’re looking fornew people to brainstorm and plan new events, so stop by if you’reinterested! ALL members of the Duke community are welcome to join HSA If you have any opinions regarding the recent merger of the MCCand IHouse and want them to be represented at future meetings, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Temples in the Area we visit:
1.) HSNC Temple
309 Aviation Parkway, Morrisville, NC 27560
2.) Sri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple
121 Balaji Place, Cary NC 27513
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Sunday Mass Schedule
11amRichard White Lecture Hall, East Campus 9pmDuke Chapel
Daily Mass Schedule
5:15pmGoodson Chapel, Duke Divinity School
12 noonDuke Hospital Chapel (6th Floor)
5:15pmDuke Chapel Crypt
11:30am Yoh Football Center, Team Meeting Room
5pmFuqua School of Business, Seminar B
catholic.duke.edu (919) 684-8959 037 Duke Chapel Basement (office) &402 N. Buchanan Blvd.
When: Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdaysfrom 8:30 - 9AMWhere: Chapel Crypt (stairs left to altar)
When: Monday from 7-8:30pmWhere: Multicultural Center in theBryan Center
The Muslim Students Association at Duke University is aplace where students can learn about and discuss theteachings of Islam. We serve to spread knowledge of Islamto non-Muslims who are interested in the religion andsponsor a wide variety of social events and educationalforums throughout the year-ranging from lectures anddiscussions to artistic demonstrations.
Muslim StudentAssociation &
Muslim Life @ Duke.
Jumu’ah on Campus--Join us for our weekly Friday Service: 12:45 in the York Room; refreshments will be served after the service.
11/20 Friday Meeting 6:30 at Center for Muslim Life Sisters’ Discussion Group: Thursdays at 9 in the prayer room Volunteering Opporunity: Project Downtown Durham 12/6 NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR MSA SPOKEN WORDNIGHT! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info Join MSA Listserv to find out more about these and otherevents in the future
Center for Muslim Life: 406 Swift Ave.
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Leaders examine Africa’surgent medical needs
by Sonia Havele
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