gallatin valley interfaith forum

Talking with Neighbors: An interfaith forum for people of Gallatin Valley

The Gallatin Valley Interfaith Forum meets the first Wednesday each month (school year) at 12:00pm for one hour via ZOOM

 (Meeting ID: 827 1720 2109, passcode: 518801).

Everyone is welcome to join the meeting, listen, ask questions, no matter what their faith tradition or no tradition.

Invite your friends. 

Religion in the Public Sphere. Panelists speak for five minutes, from their perspective and tradition. Questions from the audience complete the hour. 

December 2nd: Religion and Public Art Many works of art and music are rooted in a particular religious tradition. Is there a line to be drawn in public presentations, given our diverse population? Are there artists or musicians whose beliefs obscure the value of their work?

January 6th: Religion and Public Monuments As statues and monuments are criticized and dismantled across our country, is there a religious critique to add to this movement? Are there religious monuments which have outlived their time? 



women's ecumenical bible study (webs) 

WEBS 2021 Spring Book Study with Spiritual Practices.

Cynthia Bourgeault's The Wisdom Way of Knowing: Reclaiming an Ancient Tradition to Awaken the Heart

Mondays, April 5th-May 24th, 9:30-10:45am via Zoom

For Zoom link email: Rev. Valerie Webster, facilitator, vwebster587@gmail.com

All women are invited to participate.


"Wisdom is not knowing more, but knowing with more of you." Cynthia Bourgeault