MSU project explores diversity of Lansing's religious institutions
A class in the Michigan State University School of Journalism has produced a collaborative book exploring the Lansing area’s many religious institutions. Over the span of just a few days, a team of students spent time at churches around mid-Michigan, talking with clergy and parishioners, and they’ve written about their experiences. It’s called “One Community, One Week, Many Faiths: The Diversity of Worship and Belief”.Professors Eric Freedman and Howard Bossen led the project and edited the book.
Current State talks with Freedman and Jordan Jennings, a Photojournalism and Spanish junior from Perry who worked on the project.