St. Luke’s Interfaith Conversations provide a safe space to listen to and learn from leaders and people of other spiritual/faith traditions. These evenings foster conversation, celebrate our differences, and develop tools to strengthen the whole. Four Wednesday evening Interfaith Conversations will take place in March. Each will begin with a simple soup supper at 6:30 p.m., followed by a structured conversation at 7 p.m.
Terry Kyllo is a human, a husband, a father of two, the pastor developer of The Catacomb Churches and he does not live by bread alone. He has written two books: Being Human: The Image of the Serving God (2004) and Apprenticeship: Embracing Life and Practicing Humanity in the Way of Jesus (2011). Terry Kyllo attended seminary at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, receiving his Masters of Divinity (a four-year degree required for Lutheran ordination) in 1991. Terry serves as a pastor of an ecumenical partnership of five churches in the Skagit Valley of Washington state.
*Before each Interfaith Conversation, St. Luke’s offers silent meditation at 5:30 p.m. and Vesper Mass at 6 p.m.