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  • 09/29 Tuesday
    Books on Faith & Meaning | A Conversation with Dr. Matthew Croasmun
    12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
    Preventing Violence Against Women | Part I
    6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Books on Faith & Meaning | A Conversation with Dr. Matthew Croasmun



Grace Farms is closed to the public. Learn about the Grace Farms Relief Fund x here.




What does it mean to flourish in our contemporary world? In our welcoming space, individuals and groups are invited to consider what it means to live meaningful, purposeful lives. Related programs, including our Life Worth Living course, adapted from the Yale Center for Faith & Culture, engage the world’s great philosophical and religious traditions to equip participants for the life-long process of discerning the good life.


Grace Farms’ architecture and landscape creates an environment for reflection and contemplation, set apart from the pace of our daily lives, but responsive to the realities of the world around us. Whether over tea in the Pavilion or taking time to discover our nature preserve, these reflective spaces allow visitors to consider our interdependence as individuals and communities.


We have developed programming where conversations can occur across important and enduring lines of difference. By openly engaging one another even, or especially, where we disagree on matters of profound importance, we believe we can get closer to the good life. A conversation with religion journalists Wajahat Ali, The New York Times and CNN contributor, and Michelle Boorstein, reporter for The Washington Post, offered insights on religious discourse and its effect on American culture and faith communities.

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