Ecumenical and Interfaith Dialogue
Ecumenical and Interfaith
The University of the Incarnate Word is a Catholic institution that welcomes to its community persons of diverse backgrounds, in the belief that their respectful interaction advances the discovery of truth, mutual understanding, self-realization, and the common good. ~ University Mission Statement
Right Reverend Dr. Trevor Alexander
Office: AD 141
Phone: (210) 829-3130
Fall 2022 Ecumenical and Interfaith Prayer Services
- 9-11 Remembrance Service (9/12)
- UN Day for Peace (9/21)
- Veterans' Day Service (TBA)
- Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service (11/21)
For a more information on these and other upcoming events, please see our UMM Events Calendar.
REDTALK w/ Bp. Trevor Alexander - Eyes Are the Windows to Our Souls
Watch Bishop Trevor Alexander's REDTALK hosted by UIW Alumni Relations, speaking about how the eyes are the windows to our souls, with a special emphasis on Black History Month.
Interfaith Prayer Room (SEC 3140):
Interfaith Prayer and Meditation Room is available in room 3140 of the Student Engagement Center. This is a space for students, faculty, and/or staff. This space allows for individuals and small groups to come together in a quiet space for prayer, mediation, and/or reflection throughout the day.
The Interfaith Prayer Room is to be used for prayer/meditation and religious observances and not as a lounge, study room, meeting room or for other purposes not involved with prayer/meditation. Please respect the requirement for a peaceful, quiet atmosphere.
For more information or to report an issue, please contact Rt. Rev. Trevor Alexander.
The Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs has a mandate from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to provide guidance in ecumenical and interreligious affairs between religions to determine concrete ways of forming relationships with our brothers and sisters of various denominations and faiths.”
Mandate of the Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs
The Interfaith Council is designed to inspire and influence our communities to embrace interfaith diversity and engage in collaborative action as a remedy for injustice, inequality, and intolerance.