Friends in Faith: Rev. Amos Oladipo to speak on “Nigerian Culture & Religion”


We are pleased to host Rev. Amos Oladipo for an intimate roundtable discussion to speak on “Nigerian Culture & Religion”.

Members: Complimentary
Non-Members: $10

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If you have difficulties registering for this event, please CONTACT Hadis Fetic, Program Director for Niagara’s Center for Interfaith Engagement, via email at [email protected] or phone 312-240-0707 Ext. 110.

Wednesday, July 30, 11:30 AM

Lunch will be served.

Niagara Foundation-Chicago office
205 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 4240
Chicago, IL, US, 60601

Pastor Amos Oladipo is originally from the city of Ile-Ife in Nigeria and comes from a large family. He describes himself as a multi-cultural person with a “big heart.” Oladipo completed his university studies in Dallas, and currently leads two churches in the United States.

Pastor Oladipo has been involved in interfaith movements throughout his life, as he has relatives and friends of different religions. Before they both converted to Christianity, his father used to practice his indigenous traditional religion, and his mother was formerly a Muslim.

Pastor Oladipo will be discussing a variety of topics for his upcoming Friends in Faith event, including the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Nigeria’s diversity, regions, religions, languages, ethnicity, history, and current events.

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