One From Many
One from Many is a monthly interfaith service of hope for America's future, presented by the Center for Religion in Public Life and by the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice.
The event welcomes people of spiritual and moral conviction who want to work side by side to ensure the U.S. motto E Pluribus Unum (One from Many), the Golden Rule, and the universal values of compassion and justice are more evident in American life.
Each gathering will be a 45-minute service of encouragement and challenge. Participants will have the opportunity to welcome one another, enjoy performances and readings, sing, and reflect with one of Tulsa's interfaith community leaders.
One from Many is free and open to the public. For more information contact Dr. Gary Peluso-Verdend, Director of the Center for Religion in Public Life at Phillips.
Did you know that the first image paired with the phrase E Pluribus Unum was a bouquet of flowers?
The next One from Many event will not be a face-to-face gathering. We are exploring our options to bring us together online.