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101 Series – Religion from the Heart

Bahá’i 101

Bahá’i Sacred Texts
Bahá’í Holy Days

Buddhism 101

Buddhist Sacred Texts 101

The Lotus Sutra

Buddhist Festivals
Buddhist Chanting
Buddha – Siddhartha Gautama

His Holiness, the Dalai Lama

Christian Sacred Texts: Tenebrae

Kahlil Gibran

Hinduism 101

Hindu Sacred Texts 101
Hindu Festivals
Rabindranath Tagore

Native Spirituality 101

Bishop Steven Charleston – “Kinship”

Islam 101

Islamic Sacred Texts 101
The Breaking of the Fast: If’tar
If’tar II – The Breaking of the Fast
Muslim Holy Observances

Judaism 101

Judaism 101 Handouts
Creating a Sukkah for Sukkot
Creation of a Sukkah II
Jewish Sacred Texts – Wilshire Boulevard Temple
Jewish Festivals

Mormonism 101
Sikhism 101

Sikh Sacred Texts
Sikh Sacred Texts Slide Presentation
Sikh Festivals and Observances

Sufism 101

Jalaluddin Rumi

The Guibord Center – Religion Inside Out

is a unique, non-profit organization that invites people to experience the transformative spirituality at the center of the word’s great religions. It is an organization that invites people to find the knowledge, inspiration, warmth and community building that every religion – at its core – truly represents.

Our Religion 101 Series – Religion from the Heart is an engaging and intimate format that allows attendees to listen, learn and ask questions of religious leaders from the world’s major faiths. Our Sacred Texts in Sacred Places series, an extension of Religion 101, and brings participants inside Los Angeles’ houses of worship to experience scriptures and spiritual practices – first-hand.

The Guibord Center’s Special Speaker Series provides lectures by world-class speakers that address topics ranging from spirituality and the environment, gospel politics, the Bible, women and violence, faith and The President, Indian spirituality and the West, and other cutting-edge aspects of our religious and spiritual traditions. Every speaker brings a fresh and thoughtful perspective to the topic of faith, hope, spirituality and community.