“Women of Faith” Explores Three Abrahamic Religions

Rochester College is partnering with the Niagara Foundation of Michigan and the Turkish American Society to host the second annual “Women of Faith” on Wednesday, February 18, at 6:30 p.m.

The event will feature three female speakers: one Jewish, one Christian, and one Muslim. Each will speak for approximately 10 minutes about a woman from her scriptures. After the three speeches, a panel-style question and answer session will be conducted.

The three speakers and their subjects are:

  • Natalie Redmond, senior English and theatre major at RC, will speak on Esther.
  • Seher Kuyuldar, Ph.D. and outreach coordinator for the Turkish American Society, will speak on Aisha (ra).
  • Danette Cagnet, dean of the RC School of Business and Professional Studies, will speak on The Sinful Woman (Luke 7).

The evening begins with a buffet dinner at 6:30 in the RC Auditorium. This event is free of charge and open to the public. RSVP to anichols@rc.edu by Monday, February 16. Rochester College is located at 800 W. Avon Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48307.

Founded in 1959, Rochester College is an accredited, independent liberal arts college that pursues academic excellence in a Christian setting. With more than 1,100 students, both in traditional, adult learning and early college programs, RC offers bachelor degree programs at four locations and a master’s degree in religious education. For more information about Rochester College, visit www.rc.edu.


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