SPACE TO EXPLORE WHAT YOU BELIEVE ABOUT WHAT YOU STUDY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Meet scholars of faith who are shaping the conversation here and around academia
Our speaker series brings the best of faithful scholarship to the University of Michigan, always free and open to the public.
Our next event features NYT bestselling author of Jesus and John Wayne, Kristin Kobes Du Mez. She’ll speak about the intersection of faith, gender, and politics on Wednesday, Nov 9 (the day after election day!) at Rackham Auditorium at 7:30 PM. No tickets are necessary.
GRAD & FACULTY COHORTS
Are you a Michigan grad student or faculty member looking for a place to explore questions of faith and belief? Join one of our faithful scholar cohorts to develop relationships that will sustain you in your faith and your academic work.
GOD @ THE PUB
Our monthly discussion of matters of faith meets on Sundays at 5:00 over a beverage of your choice at HopCat (on Maynard).
Oct 23: New Interpretations of Mary Magdalene
Nov 13: Processing the Du Mez Lecture
Dec 4: Why You Should Care About David Bentley Hart
Jan 22: Cole Arthur Riley & the Black Liturgies Project
Feb 19: Medical Ethics
Mar 19: Topic TBD
You can support the work we do through a gift to our parent organization, the Campus Chapel. Simply designate it as for the CFS.
Visit Us At the Campus Chapel
Our organization is housed at 1236 Washtenaw Ct., on the east edge of the University of Michigan’s Central Campus.