Inter-Faith Dialogue

Emerald Hills Institute thought of the talk series as a venue to cultivate friendship and strengthen civic dialogue among the many civil communities.

The speakers of the talk series include prominent government, elected, corporate and media officials, religious leaders, academics, diplomats, and other civic leaders and they will share their viewpoints and experiences on important issues facing our local communities.

These talk series provide information on important public, intercultural issues and help to build ever-lasting and strong relationships among the diverse ethnic communities in the west coast of USA.

Nana Firman wants to unite the world behind a commitment to sustainability and environmental justice....
Topic: The Colors of Utah-Nigeria Time: Feb 26, 2021 07:00 PM Mountain Time (US and...
Workplace diversity: It’s more than just a gender issue | Training JournalThe Colors of Utah is...
Join us virtual panel discussion where 3 distinguished speakers will be talking about recent happenings. “GeorgeFloyd Aftermath...
Faith Groups Turn To Worship With Virtual Resources During Pandemic CREDIT PICKPIK On Friday, leaders...
Salt Lake Interfaith Round Table members met with the community at the 68th United Nations...
SOUTH JORDAN – The South Jordan home is painted a bright turquoise, but the vibrant...
Emerald Hills Institute held its annual  The World Women Day gathering in attendance with around...
  A group of young BYU and WSU students visited Emerald Hills Institute on October...
Zeynes Kariparduc of the Emerald Hills Institute said engaging youth is a challenge for all...
UTAH – Hurt by the increasing Islamophobic propaganda, Muslims in Utah are using outreach and...

Art Workshops

e4
e1
e2
e3
Emerald Hills Institute has concluded its 6-week Creating Aging Art Workshop series instructed by Saundra...