OGDEN — As part of Interfaith Week in Ogden, scheduled for Feb. 2–9, a book discussion is planned for 7 p.m. Feb. 4 at the Weber County Library Main Branch, 2464 Jefferson Ave., Ogden.
“We are giving the community advance notice so you will have time to read the book,” states a news release.
This year, those participating in the discussion will be reading “Religion Gone Astray: What We Found at the Heart of Interfaith,” (SkyLight Paths Publishing, $16.99) by Pastor Don Mackenzie, Rabbi Ted Falcon and Imam Jamal Rahman.
This book is a follow-up to last year’s selection, “Getting to the Heart of Interfaith” (SkyLight Paths Publishing, $16.99) by the same authors.
A copy of the book will be available for check-out at each of the Weber County Library branches. The main branch will have 25 copies available.
Those interested in the book may keep or pass them on to friends or family after they have read them, states the release.
Interfaith Week will begin on Feb. 2 with a musical tribute at Weber State University, and events continue through the week.
The libraries soon will have fliers with event times and locations listed.
Ogden Interfaith Works sponsors Interfaith Week, and organizers say they appreciate the support of the Pleasant Valley branch and the main Weber County Library.
Organizers say special thanks go to Kathy Pudlock at Pleasant Valley and Ann Booth at the main branch.