Join a 7-week discussion group using the series developed by Lutheran Social Services, My Neighbor is Muslim, which will allow us to learn about our neighbors’ faith.
- Wednesday evenings, 7:00 – 8:15 p.m. — April 19 – May 31 at Gloria Dei
- or Sunday afternoons, 12:00 – 1:15 p.m. — April 2 – May 21 (excluding Easter Sunday, April 16)
- Click here to sign up. A minimum of five participants will be expected to hold the group.
In response to questions and concerns about refugees being resettled throughout Minnesota, LSS developed a resource including accurate information about foundations of the Muslim faith.
Download the discussion guide by scrolling down to “My Neighbor is Muslim” when you click here.
Read LSS’s description of the background for this discussion guide here:
In 2014, Minnesota resettled 2,232 refugees, the highest per capita in the country. Many of these new neighbors are Muslim. Because Minnesota has always had the reputation as a very welcoming state, we are sure to welcome more Muslim neighbors in the future. To learn more, take a look at the LSS refugee facts and figures document.
“My Neighbor is Muslim” is a 7-week small group study with contributions from Luther College Professor Todd Green and commentary from faculty at Luther Seminary and LSS staff. Our intention is simply that this resource will open doors, minds, and hearts and dispel stereotypes and myths about Muslim neighbors just enough to start more conversations.