The Wilton Clergy, the Wilton Interfaith Action Committee (Wi-ACT), and Wilton Library are hosting a three-part interfaith series for Wilton residents called Coming Together: What Makes Community?
Each of the three sessions on consecutive Mondays will feature a panel followed by open discussion on respective roles in the community, from faith to citizenship. Topics to be explored include the importance of worship, what it means to be an American, immigration, sharing and involvement. Conversations will be round-table discussions for all participants.
Organizers say they are looking forward to having residents come together to share unique talents as well as all the gifts they have in common.
Participants are used to register for each session individually:
March 13: How to practice our spirituality and remain faithful in a secular world Register here
March 20: What does it mean to be an American? Register here
April 3: What does it mean to be a community? Register here
There is no charge to attend and participate but donations are always welcome. Registration is strongly suggested, and is done individually for each session by clicking on the links above. For more information, call 203.762.6334.