Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work
In 2022-23, the Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work will explore the question, “How do we build a more trustworthy world?” through keynote events, a podcast (“Builders”), and a hybrid book club. To receive email updates on all of these opportunities, click the “Connect” button.
“Becoming Hotspots of Belonging in an Age of Loneliness”
Speaker: Cat Moore, Director of Belonging at the University of Southern California
Belonging is our deepest human need, first human right, and greatest predictor of our health and happiness across the lifespan. Yet loneliness is at a historic high and, for the first time, its highest among young adults. How can we find our way home to each other, ourselves, and our common purposes in this new social landscape? Our personal, social, and civic lives depend on our creative, embodied responses.
Noon-1 p.m. CDT | Thursday, Oct. 20
Virtual and in-person (limited seating) event in Barry Auditorium, Grant Center, Concordia College. We invite you to bring your own lunch to this event.
“Our Friendship Stories”
7 p.m. CDT | Thursday, Oct. 20
Join Cat for fireside conversations at the campus firepit. This is a FREE event for students and there is no registration requirement. The rain location is the Wall Lounge, Knutson Campus Center.