Four Middle School Assemblies focus on Sacred Spaces in World Religions
Four 6th Graders presented information about Sikhism at the fourth and final religion Middle School assembly of the year. This year's focus has been on sacred spaces in world religions.
The 6th Graders provided information about Sikhism and the Golden Temple, one of the religion's most revered spiritual sites. With help from Collegiate's Responsible Citizenship Institute Director Clare Sisisky, they answered questions from the audience.
Previous assemblies have featured Zalman Spivack, an educator and licensed tour guide from Israel, who talked about Jerusalem's sacred spaces; Dr. Suzanne Bessenger, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Randolph College, who spoke about holy sites in Buddhism; and Mrs. Sisisky, who educated students on sacred spaces in Hinduism.