Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Interfaith Council?
As stated in the Bylaws set for by the Council, its mission is to "help foster a welcoming environment at Berry College by supporting and promoting opportunities for people to learn about and participate in a variety of religious opportunities on campus and in the surrounding community." The history of the IFC can be found on the main page.
What is it's mission?
The Interfaith Council will help foster a welcoming environment at Berry College by supporting and promoting opportunities for people to learn about and participate in a variety of religious opportunities on campus and in the surrounding community.
Who are it's members?
The IFC is composed of a number of talented and energetic individuals, both faculty and students. A list of members and their beliefs can be found here.
What is the Interfaith Center?
The Interfaith Center is a facility dedicated to the diversity of religions and the unity that we all share. Located in East Mary 100, the room is open to any individual or group at Berry or in the Rome community interested in having a service or program of religious nature. The room is always open, and the Interfaith Council encourages students and faculty to feel free to use it to their advantage.
Where is it located?
The IFC can be found in the East Mary living room of the Ford Building at Berry College.
Who do I contact to reserve the IFC room?
To reserve the room, please contact Cathy Cauthen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't hesitate to ask!
How do I find out about recent and upcoming programs?
An IFC Calendar of upcoming and past events can be found here. If you have any questions about the upcoming events, or would like to schedule one under the Interfaith Council, contact Jeffery Lidke at email@example.com.