Re: Being religiously tolerant (was Culturally Sensitive Xmas)
Ted Burton (tedbrtn@CYBERHIGHWAY.NET)
Sun, 12 Nov 1995 10:02:43 -0700
We run our OA Ordeals and other Fellowships and Banquets in a mixed LDS,
Catholic, Protestant organization. As yet we have no one (that I know of)
who is Jewish, although we may have acquired a Buddhist.
Not having to concern ourselves with Kosher kitchen rules, we of course
have a simplified problem. We simply provide plenty of everything in our
menus, a vegetarian meal with protein is possible at our chow line, and
caffeined beverages are non-caffeined beverages are both provided. We have
Sunday on-camp Scouts-own services and provide a church list for those who
wish to go to demoninational services in town. We also have on-camp LDS
One must be open to all.
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Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City