The Chattanooga Humanist Assembly’s own Tad Beaty will be joining the Interfaith Panel of Chattanooga for their discussion on Wednesday, April 6. Each panelist will give a brief presentation on what it’s like to live in Chattanooga from the perspective of their particular worldview. After the presentations, the floor will be open for questions from the audience. The purpose of the Interfaith Panel is to increase understanding and appreciation for diversity of faith in Chattanooga. The event is free and open to the public.
Michael Dzik: Judaism
Nur Sisworahardjo: Islam
Sush Shantha: Hinduism
Tad Beaty: Atheism
Mary Grey Moses: Christianity
Charles Neal serving as Moderator.
Wednesday, April 6, 6:00pm
First-Centenary United Methodist Church
419 McCallie Ave.
The presentation will be held in the Oak Street Center, the new building just behind the church on Oak Street (off McCallie, take Houston St. which intersects with Oak St.).