Oct
14
to Oct 18

Just Leadership Institute for Senior Leaders

Montreat, NC

justiceandrenewal.org/just-leadership-institute-for-senior-leaders

How can we effectively “do good” as leaders with considerable influence? How can we ensure that our well-intended leadership practices aren’t supporting inequality or perpetuating injustices? How can we use our power to promote greater equality in our spheres of influence?

The Just Leadership Institute for Senior Leaders is ideal for corporate and non-profit executive leaders, school and university administrators, clergy, and community leaders who are seeking a deeper alignment between their leadership and their social justice values.

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POLITICAL THEOLOGY NETWORK CONFERENCE
Oct
17
to Oct 19

POLITICAL THEOLOGY NETWORK CONFERENCE

  • Union Theological Seminary (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

NYC

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“Political Theology” covers a multidisciplinary field of research that engages the unwieldy relationship between religion and politics out of a desire for justice. At the Political Theology Network Conference, we extend this engagement by bringing together scholars, activists, artists, and religious leaders working both inside and outside the academy. Lunch is included in the cost of registration.

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Cultivating Hope in Difficult Days: Avoiding Compassion Fatigue
Oct
18
to Oct 20

Cultivating Hope in Difficult Days: Avoiding Compassion Fatigue

  • Art of Living Retreat Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Boone, NC

You will take home a toolbox filled with practical methods for sustaining yourself, and a sense of confidence and clarity. And be perfectly prepared and positioned to be the kind of person the world needs. 

 This program is open to all, but may be of particular interest to those working in caring professions; including activists, ministers, parents, caregivers, and deep feelers.

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Together Live - Royal Oak
Oct
24
6:30 PM18:30

Together Live - Royal Oak

Royal Oak, MI

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Together Live is a traveling event that brings diverse storytellers together for an epic evening of laughter, music and hard-won wisdom. Thought leaders, musicians, celebrities and comedians share the stage and tell their own raw, inspiring stories of finding purpose and community.

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WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH? - A Day with Brian McLaren
Oct
25
9:00 AM09:00

WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH? - A Day with Brian McLaren

Zelienople, PA

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More and more people see the church as less and less relevant to their lives. We spend more time fighting within our denominations and churches than we do in reaching out to a rapidly changing culture. The world is changing and we’re struggling to keep up. We don’t know what to hold onto and what to let go of as we adapt Christianity to a world in the grips of information overload.

A Day with Brian McLaren will explore concepts from his book, The Great Spiritual Migration, helping us understand how to be church in an ever-changing world.

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Together Live - Boston
Oct
26
7:30 PM19:30

Together Live - Boston

Boston

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Together Live is a traveling event that brings diverse storytellers together for an epic evening of laughter, music and hard-won wisdom. Thought leaders, musicians, celebrities and comedians share the stage and tell their own raw, inspiring stories of finding purpose and community.

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Black Theology & Black Power - The Cone Gathering
Nov
1
to Nov 2

Black Theology & Black Power - The Cone Gathering

  • Northwestern University Department of Religious Studies (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Evanston, IL

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The late James Hal Cone was the founder of black theology and a graduate of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and Northwestern University. Fifty years after the publication of his seminal text Black Theology & Black Power, the university will host a gathering, Nov. 1-2, 2019 to examine Cone’s corpus within the humanities and black critical thought.

Participants will examine Cone’s metanoia that liberation is the meaning and blackness is the mode of the enslaved who claim to speak of God. Globally recognized keynote speakers, along with scholars in religion, theology, black diaspora studies, political science, history, literature, gender and sexuality studies, along with artists will share the impact of Cone’s work on the world. Limited scholarship support is available for graduate students and religious leaders to attend. You must register to apply for support. Registration is free.

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Jesus the Peacemaker: Following the Nonviolent Jesus on the Path of Peace
Nov
1
to Nov 2

Jesus the Peacemaker: Following the Nonviolent Jesus on the Path of Peace

  • Mt. St. Joseph Retreat Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Maple Mount, KY

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One of the nation’s leading activists for nonviolence is coming to the Mount Saint Joseph Conference and Retreat Center in November to share his insights on peacemaking.

On Nov. 1-2, 2019, Father John Dear, author and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, is leading “Jesus the Peacemaker: Following Jesus on the Path of Peace and Nonviolence.”

Father Dear is a leader in the Pace e Bene organization that teaches nonviolence. He will reflect on the life of Jesus from the perspective of nonviolence practiced by Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King and invite participants to ponder how they can become more nonviolent.

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Healthy Churches Conference 2020
Nov
19
to Nov 22

Healthy Churches Conference 2020

  • Sheraton Le Méridien Hotel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Charlotte

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Healthy Churches 2020 National Conference is the leading training conference for establishing and sustaining Health Ministries for congregations serving African Americans.

Our Goals

Increase an understanding of concepts and models of disease management to improve the quality of life for African- Americans with chronic health conditions.

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Walking in the Holy Land Thru the Lens of the Beatitudes
Jan
15
to Jan 25

Walking in the Holy Land Thru the Lens of the Beatitudes

Jerusalem

Info

PLEASE CONSIDER JOINING PACE E BENE BOARD MEMBER FR. CHRIS PONNET ON A PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND ORGANIZED BY THE CATHOLIC TRAVEL CENTRE.

Walking in the Holy Land : Thru the Lens of the Beatitudes

11-DAYS: JANUARY 15 TO 25, 2020

Under the Spiritual Direction of Fr. Chris Ponnet, MA, MDiv, BCC
St. Camillus Center/Pax Christi SoCal in Los Angeles, California

Learn more here

Questions: Contact Gino Yambao, Tel: (323) 225-4461 x221 • Email: info@stcamilluscenter.org

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Rooted In Jesus
Jan
21
to Jan 24

Rooted In Jesus

  • Crowne Plaza Atlanta - Midtown (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Atlanta, GA

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It’s time for the Episcopal Church to come together as disciples of Jesus and take a bold new step into the next decade. Let’s spend four days together, talking about discipleship, leadership, evangelism, formation, preaching, and much more—so we can go out and be the Body of Christ. Together, we are stronger. Together, we are #RootedInJesus2020

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Revolutionary Love Conference
Apr
24
to Apr 26

Revolutionary Love Conference

  • All Souls Church, Unitarian (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Register: http://revolutionaryloveconference.com/#register

Revolutionary Love: Toward a More Perfect Union, will convene leaders and love warriors; poets and preachers; activists and artists on April 24-26, 2020. This time, we will gather in the heart of our democracy -- in Washington DC, at All Souls Church, Universalist -- as we organize for the 2020 election. Middle Collegiate Church and the Middle Project invite you to join me, William Barber, Valarie Kaur, Brian McLaren, Ruby Sales, Linda Sarsour, angel Kyodo Williams, and so many more as we seize this moment to redeem the soul of our nation, and care for our earth. Bring your community. To learn. To strategize. To organize. To mobilize. To share best practices and tools. To network and build coalitions. To take Love-in-action to the streets and to the polls. Register today!

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The Campaign Nonviolence National Conference
Aug
6
to Aug 9

The Campaign Nonviolence National Conference

Alburquerque, NM

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IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE AUG. 6 & 9 PEACE VIGILS AT LOS ALAMOS, NM
MARKING THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI.

Featuring Martin Sheen, Dolores Huerta, Richard Rohr, John Dear, Erica Chenoweth, Rev. Lennox Yearwood, Jr., Roshi Joan Halifax, Ira Helfand, Frida Berrigan and others. Hosted by Pace e Bene’s Kit Evans-Ford and George Martin.

The Campaign Nonviolence National Conference takes place Friday evening and Saturday at the Hotel Albuquerque in their main ballroom, walking distance from the Old Town Plaza.

SPACE IS LIMITED SO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS EARLY - PLUS PEACE AND GOODNESS CIRCLE MEMBERS RECEIVE 10% OFF TICKETS!

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Together Live - Houston
Oct
17
8:00 PM20:00

Together Live - Houston

Houston

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Together Live is a traveling event that brings diverse storytellers together for an epic evening of laughter, music and hard-won wisdom. Thought leaders, musicians, celebrities and comedians share the stage and tell their own raw, inspiring stories of finding purpose and community.

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Faith & Science Unite! — Christian Transhumanist Conference 2019
Oct
17
3:00 PM15:00

Faith & Science Unite! — Christian Transhumanist Conference 2019

  • Shamblin Theatre @ Lipscomb University (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Nashville

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It's not just Black Mirror and Altered Carbon. Real-life questions in A.I., genetic engineering, and brain-computer interfaces—are already shaking Silicon Valley and the world. They raise the question:

Has science eliminated the need for God?
Is religion relevant in a rapidly changing world?
Does the Future need Faith?

We bring together leading thinkers and activists, both secular and religious, to discover how faith empowers us to work together towards a better world.

The Christian Transhumanist Association is pleased to announce the second annual Christian Transhumanist Conference on Saturday, 19 October 2019, at Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN.

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Dimensions of Faith Speaker Series
Oct
13
6:00 PM18:00

Dimensions of Faith Speaker Series

Louisville

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We are pleased to announce that Nadia Bolz-Weber will preach and lecture at St. Matthew’s as a guest of the Dimensions of Faith speaker series. Nadia will preach at the 10a and 5p services and lecture at 6p. All are invited and welcome. Our services, as always, are open to anyone who wishes to attend and the lecture is free and open to the public.

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Together Live - Seattle
Oct
12
8:00 PM20:00

Together Live - Seattle

Seattle

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Together Live is a traveling event that brings diverse storytellers together for an epic evening of laughter, music and hard-won wisdom. Thought leaders, musicians, celebrities and comedians share the stage and tell their own raw, inspiring stories of finding purpose and community.

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Shining Lights on a Guided Path
Oct
12
8:00 AM08:00

Shining Lights on a Guided Path

Reno

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Where are you on the Path?

  • Have you ever asked yourself if you’re losing your Christianity? Do you question where Christianity is headed? Has your personal Christianity moved beyond the traditional lines of worship? Do you feel that Christianity has stagnated?

Well, not so. Christianity is on the move, says renowned Christian Progressive, Brian McLaren, author of The Great Spiritual Migration: How the World’s Largest Religion Is Seeking a Better Way to Be Christian. 

To hear more, join us on October 12, 2019 at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, where Brian will be addressing such in-depth issues as: 

  • Advancing our revered biblical beliefs into a working doctrine for a modern world. The metamorphoses of God. Ascension from antiquated exclusionary religious institutions to creating open and welcoming religious groups. Christianity – our procession into the future

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An Evening with John Pavlovitz Plus Compassion Fatigue Workshop
Oct
11
to Oct 12

An Evening with John Pavlovitz Plus Compassion Fatigue Workshop

Pensacola, FL

Join writer, pastor, and activist John Pavlovitz for an evening of inspiration, encouragement, and storytelling. John will share reflections from his books A Bigger Table and Hope and Other Superpowers, as well as his 23-year journey as a progressive pastor. The next day join John to learn how to be safely burdened with the pain of this world, and what to do when you've exhausted your resources.

You'll leave with a sense of hope and a renewed clarity on how to be the kind of people the world needs right now.

http://bit.ly/unitypavlovitz

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TO SET AT LIBERTY THE OPPRESSED: MOVEMENT THEOLOGIES AND BIBLE STUDIES
Oct
8
6:00 PM18:00

TO SET AT LIBERTY THE OPPRESSED: MOVEMENT THEOLOGIES AND BIBLE STUDIES

New York City

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This seven-part series will take up historical and conceptual analysis of the theologies that guided and were discovered through social struggle in US history. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the material conditions that led to social struggle and the battle for biblical and theological ideas that emerged as part of those struggles. The series will also include sessions that focus on deeper Biblical textual study following the method of “reading the Bible with the poor.”

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CoInspire: Liberating Imagination, Eviscerating Racism
Oct
7
to Oct 10

CoInspire: Liberating Imagination, Eviscerating Racism

  • Montreat Conference Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Montreat, NC

montreat.org/events/micl-2019

In October of 2019, Montreat Conference Center will host CoInspire, the second in a series of conferences addressing systemic racism in the church. Our first conference, DisGrace, lived in lament for the ways in which the sins of racism thwart individual people and institutions, infecting congregations and denominations with death-dealing dehumanization. CoInspire will examine ways that we, as members of Christ’s body, might co-inspire one another to liberate imagination for new ways of being, and examine ways we can conspire to eviscerate the racism within our churches.

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Liberating Theologies Fall 2019 Speaker Series
Oct
5
1:00 PM13:00

Liberating Theologies Fall 2019 Speaker Series

Charlotte, NC

fcsj.salsalabs.org

The Liberating Theologies conference, presented by The Freedom Center for Social Justice, is a one-day experience exploring varying theologies with an emphasis on liberation and inclusion for the oppressed and marginalized.

Guest Speakers include:
Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas
Rev. Dr. Marsha Foster Boyd
Rev. Dr. Kwok Pui Lan
Rev. Dr. Rodney Sadler, Moderator

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The Ninth Annual Lutheran Studies Conference
Oct
3
1:00 PM13:00

The Ninth Annual Lutheran Studies Conference

Tacoma, WA

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The Ninth Annual Lutheran Studies Conference

This year’s Lutheran Studies Conference will take place from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Scandinavian Center of Anderson University Center. It concludes with a keynote lecture in the evening at 7 p.m. in Lagerquist Concert Hall.

This conference focuses on faith, sexuality, gender, justice and shame in politics and faith traditions. Keynote lecturer, Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber will be speaking on her 2019 book Shameless: A Sexual Reformation. The conference itself provides tools and national experts on religion, churches and current political landscapes that influence our discussions of sexuality and identity. A session will review one church tradition, the ELCA, for its social statements on abortion, sexuality and gender justice. We will also explore ways spirituality and religion may heal or hinder a healthy sense of sexuality. The conference features an incredible line up of leading theologians and we encourage you and your congregations or colleagues to read their works prior to the conference.

Speakers include Lutheran pastor and New York Times bestselling author, Nadia Bolz-Weber; Dr. Seth Dowland (Pacific Lutheran University), author of Family Values and the Rise of the Christian Right; Dr. Mary Lowe (Augsburg University), queer Lutheran theologian; and Dr. Mary Streufert, ELCA Director of Justice for Women, Office of the Presiding Bishop.

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Called to be Prophets Conference
Sep
27
to Sep 28

Called to be Prophets Conference

  • Christ the King Lutheran Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Cary, NC

eventbrite.com

Join theologians, activists, pastors, and advocates as they answer the call to be modern-day prophets. Keynote speakers: Brian McLaren, Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, and Steed Davidson.

Cohosted by: Tripp Fuller of Homebrewed Christianity and Daniel Pugh of Christ the King Lutheran Church and Sponsored by: The North Carolina Synod, ELCA

First 100 paid registrations will include a copy of the Brian’s and Robyn’s latest books! Scholarships available for seminarians, pastors, and those in need, by request to Daniel.Pugh@CTKCary.com.

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Leadership in Today's Church Through the Lens of Collaboration
Sep
19
to Sep 21

Leadership in Today's Church Through the Lens of Collaboration

  • Land of the Sky United Church of Christ (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Asheville, NC

collaborativechurch.eventbrite.com

Gather with progressive faith leaders to bear witness to existing collaborative partnerships, engage in conversations and dialogue about the intersection of institutions and movement, and imagine future collaborations for their own context.

This event is organized to highlight collaboration in a variety of contexts.

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Sep
19
to Sep 22

Just Leadership Institute for Emerging Leaders of African Descent

Carmel, CA

justiceandrenewal.org

Deep rivers played a role in maintaining slavery, often existing as a physical barrier to enslaved people’s freedom. But as Hughes teaches us, they also describe a soul that is shaped by the Divine in the face of hardship. At the Just Leadership Institute for Emerging Leaders, we seek to broaden our awareness of the many deep rivers in our current society that continue to act as barriers to our freedom, while also deepening our connection to healing and to the Divine.

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Inaugural Mixed Methods Preaching Conference
Sep
9
to Sep 12

Inaugural Mixed Methods Preaching Conference

  • Light of the World Christian Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Indianapolis, IN

eventbrite.com

Rev. Dr. Frank A. Thomas and Christian Theological Seminary are pleased to announce the Inaugural Mixed Methods Preaching Conference — a new opportunity to truly learn about the art of preaching. We help preachers love their preaching, develop their preaching, and preach their very best.

The conference features:

  • Narrative, Womanist, & Expository Preaching Labs

  • Instruction from African American Preaching & Sacred Rhetoric PhD Students

  • Preaching Powerhouses — Dr. Otis Moss Jr., Dr. Teresa Fry Brown, and Dr. Charlie Dates

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Clergy Affiliate Information & Resource Network RETREAT 2019
Sep
8
to Sep 11

Clergy Affiliate Information & Resource Network RETREAT 2019

Richmond, Virginia

allianceofbaptists.org

CAIRN is a network of Alliance of Baptists-affiliated clergy who believe that together, in a Spirit-led community, we have everything we need to become and remain healthy, resilient, and prophetic leaders. This is the second annual clergy retreat for the Alliance's Clergy Affiliate Information & Resource Network (CAIRN).

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Advocacy for Justice in Palestine and Israel
Sep
7
to Sep 8

Advocacy for Justice in Palestine and Israel

  • American Friends Service Committee (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Washington, DC

afsc.org

AFSC is organizing this gathering to provide a space where organizers can come together to sharpen their advocacy skills and network with others as we prepare to engage in 2020 election year conversations about justice and equality in Israel and Palestine.

The gathering will focus on current campaigns to advocate for Palestinian children’s rights, end the blockade of Gaza, and protect our rights to support BDS and engage in economic activism at the city, state, and national levels.

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My Soul Looks Back
Aug
23
7:00 PM19:00

My Soul Looks Back

  • Robinson Theater Community Arts Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Richmond, VA

bit.ly/TTLive2019

1619 to 2019: 400 years of resistance and resilience. Among the events marking this year of remembrance is a Truth’s Table and Urban Doxology collaboration.

Join Ekemini Uwan, Dr. Christina Edmondson, Michelle Higgins, and Urban Doxology to journey through the witness of African America's past, present and future.

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Grace: A Celebration of Extraordinary Gifts - Lennon Flowers and Rev. Jennifer Bailey in conversation with Krista Tippett
Aug
15
10:45 AM10:45

Grace: A Celebration of Extraordinary Gifts - Lennon Flowers and Rev. Jennifer Bailey in conversation with Krista Tippett

Mayville, NY

chq.org


Lennon Flowers is hell-bent on creating spaces where humans can be human, out of a belief that nothing is done in isolation, and that self-help only works in community. Flowers is a co-founder of The People’s Supper, which uses shared meals to build trust and connection among people of different identities and perspectives.

Named one of 15 Faith Leaders to Watch by the Center for American Progress, the Rev. Jennifer Bailey is an ordained minister, public theologian, and national leader in the multi-faith movement for justice. She is the executive director of Faith Matters Network and co-founder of The People's Supper, a project that aims to repair the breach in our interpersonal relationships across political, ideological, and identity difference over shared meals.

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Wanderlust 108 Denver with Nadia Bolz-Weber
Aug
10
7:00 AM07:00

Wanderlust 108 Denver with Nadia Bolz-Weber

Wanderlust 108 is full day celebration in support of the mindful movement, featuring a triathlon unlike any you’ve ever known. We bring together three intentional activities in your favorite local park: a 5K* run, an outdoor yoga flow class, and a guided meditation. Following the triathlon, you can take one scheduled activity, such as acroyoga, Aireal Yoga™, hooping, or walking meditation.

Nationally recognized teachers, spiritual leaders, and musical talent are featured at each event to make for a fun-filled, empowering day both on and off your mat. From DJs on the main stage to local vendors offering organic food and crafts, and charitable organizations making an impact in your local community,

Join a vibrant community to spread love, peace, compassion, and well-being into the world.

Tickets: $99, $49, & FREE

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Ordinary Activism Workshop w/ Holly Roach Knight
Jul
23
6:30 PM18:30

Ordinary Activism Workshop w/ Holly Roach Knight

Come learn from community organizer and friend of The Refuge, Holly Roach Knight. Regardless of our age or experience, how can we engage in a healthy culture of activism that welcomes the newcomer, empowers the timid, and heals the broken and angry?

This workshop will be centered on learning, skills, and ways we can all be a part of social change. Bring an appetizer to share. No childcare provided but let us know if you need help with it.

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Clergy Retreat - Resilient Hearts, Leaders, Communities
Jul
18
to Jul 20

Clergy Retreat - Resilient Hearts, Leaders, Communities

  • Wakonda Christian Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Des Moines, IA

events.r20.constantcontact.com

This retreat is being facilitated by Green Chalice and is born out of a desire to equip and empower faith leaders in Creation Care and to explore compassion and sabbath as a practice: “We see compassion, nonviolence and loving our neighbors as key to healing the many divides within the North American context. We hope that this time will integrate rest and learning about compassionate leadership, climate science, creation care, and social justice. We will also connect with one another, have some good food and get outside a bit at the nearby park.”

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Clergy Retreat - Resilient Hearts, Leaders and Communities
Jul
18
to Jul 20

Clergy Retreat - Resilient Hearts, Leaders and Communities

  • Wakonda Christian Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

It doesn’t take long in ministry to realize that your own “stuff” shows up when caring for all of God’s creation from people to planet. What can we do to show up as our best selves, even in the worst situations?

In 36 hours, our goals are big and bold. This retreat will meet at the intersections of Compassion Practice, Sabbath, Race, and Creation to make peace within our own wounds so that we might make peace within these intersections.

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Adult V (no B.S.) with Nadia Bolz-Weber
Jul
15
to Jul 17

Adult V (no B.S.) with Nadia Bolz-Weber

Humble Walk Lutheran Church presents V. (no) B.S. for adults (18 and up)

July 15-17, 2019 - 6:00 PM - 9:15 PM

Snacks, Singing, Bible Stories, Art making, Games. Featuring bible study leaders Nadia Bolz-Weber and Phil GebbenGreen, art with Josie Lewis, song leading with Paul Friesen-Carpenter. $100.00. Your registration includes all three sessions. We strongly encourage you to attend all three nights for the full experience.

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Audiofeed Festival 2019
Jul
3
to Jul 7

Audiofeed Festival 2019

  • Champaign County Fairgrounds (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Champaign, IL

audiofeedfestival.com

Audiofeed Festival is music, arts, and community. Since its founding in 2013, Audiofeed has hosted over 400 bands, screened movies, explored performance and visual art, and created space for its audience to share music and art. 

This year three speakers from the Transform Network Speakers Bureau will be featured speakers: Rev. Amy Cantrell, Vahisha Hasan, and Darren Calhoun!

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Book Launch - Prophetic Whirlwind
Jun
20
10:00 AM10:00

Book Launch - Prophetic Whirlwind

Can't wait to hear my friend @PropheticWhirl speak about her new book #PropheticWhirlwind on Thursday June 20th at @RiversideNYC 10 T. Onleilove's groundbreaking book reveals the Black presence in Bible & Christianity with implications for theology, history & social ethics.

In this book, Onleilove Chika examines the Black foundations of the Biblical text, who is a Hebrew, the Torah’s call to justice and the connection between idolatry and injustice. This book reveals where many of The Lost Tribes of Israel went to escape oppression and what this means for the Black Freedom Movement of today. By profiling the Hebraic foundations of the African-American Church and over 15 African Hebrew tribes Prophetic Whirlwind reveals what the author calls The Black Biblical Destiny.

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