The 5th Annual Illinois Interfaith Conference will be held Friday, April 1 through Sunday, April 3, 2016, in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. The Illinois Interfaith Conference (IIC) draws together college students, staff, and faculty from all across the country to learn from each other about faith, meaning making, and the role of interfaith engagement on the college campus. The conference is hosted by the Illinois Interfaith & Community Service Challenge. The Illinois Interfaith Conference is a part of the Interfaith Youth Core’s Interfaith Leadership Lab. IIC16 is funded in part by SCPF, SORF (pending) and Program Coordinating Council (pending).
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The Illinois Interfaith & Community Service Challenge is a campus-wide service and learning initiative in response to President Obama’s Interfaith & Community Service Campus Challenge. Launched in August, 2011, the Interfaith Service Challenge seeks to engage students, staff, and community members of diverse religious and non-religious backgrounds in addressing issues of hunger and homelessness in our community while integrating a discussion on inclusion, values, and identity.