Events Calendar

Keeping Religious Communities Safe

Zoom

Hate crimes continue to rise in the United States, and the St. Louis area is not immune. Increasingly, religious communities in our region are being targeted. Come hear how to mobilize against hate to protect our religiously diverse friends and neighbors. This program will include stories from area religious leaders whose communities have confronted hateful acts. […]

“Caste” Virtual Book Seminar

Zoom

Join us for a three-session virtual seminar exploring Pulitzer Prize-winning, bestselling author Isabel Wilkerson’s book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents (2020). Dr. David Greenhaw, president emeritus of Eden Theological Seminary, will lead the seminar on February 1, 8, 15 from 6:30pm-8pm. Due to audience demand, this will be an entirely virtual seminar meeting via […]

Mission: JOY Film Screening

Interfaith Partnership and Eden Theological Seminary's Walker Leadership Institute collaborate to make Mission: Joy available to the larger community. Deeply moving and laugh-out-loud funny, Mission: JOY is a documentary with unprecedented access to the unlikely friendship of two international icons who transcend religion: His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Tutu. In their final joint […]

“Caste” Virtual Book Seminar, Session 2

Zoom

Join us for a three-session virtual seminar exploring Pulitzer Prize-winning, bestselling author Isabel Wilkerson’s book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents (2020). Dr. David Greenhaw, president emeritus of Eden Theological Seminary, will lead the seminar on February 1, 8, 15 from 6:30pm-8pm. Due to audience demand, this will be an entirely virtual seminar meeting via […]

What We Believe Series: The Diversity of Christian Thought and Practice

Webster Groves Presbyterian Church

IPSTL’s free course “What We Believe” continues Mondays, Feb. 28-April 4 in a hybrid format from 7pm-8:15pm. This six-part series will explore the diversity of thought and practice within Christianity. Rev. Jim Poinsett, IPSTL’s Executive Director, will lead this course exploring the different expressions of Christianity, including Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Reformed Protestantism, Episcopalian, Historically Black […]

What We Believe Series: The Diversity of Christian Thought and Practice

Webster Groves Presbyterian Church

IPSTL’s free course “What We Believe” continues in Spring 2022 in a hybrid format as we explore the diversity of thought and practice within Christianity. Rev. Jim Poinsett, IPSTL’s Executive Director, will lead this six-part course that will explore the different expressions of Christianity, including Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Reformed Protestantism, Episcopalian, Historically Black Protestantism, The […]

What We Believe Series: The Diversity of Christian Thought and Practice

Webster Groves Presbyterian Church

IPSTL’s free course “What We Believe” continues in Spring 2022 in a hybrid format as we explore the diversity of thought and practice within Christianity. Rev. Jim Poinsett, IPSTL’s Executive Director, will lead this six-part course that will explore the different expressions of Christianity, including Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Reformed Protestantism, Episcopalian, Historically Black Protestantism, The […]

They Welcomed Us with Unusual Kindness: Supporting Immigrants and Refugees in Our Region

Zoom

Join Archbishop Rozanski and other area faith leaders virtually to learn how our faith calls us to welcome our sisters and brothers to our region. You will also learn about ways you can get involved as you hear from representatives of: The International Institute, St Francis Community Services Welcome Neighbor STL Oasis International Christian Friends […]

What We Believe Series: The Diversity of Christian Thought and Practice

Webster Groves Presbyterian Church

IPSTL’s free course “What We Believe” continues in Spring 2022 in a hybrid format as we explore the diversity of thought and practice within Christianity. Rev. Jim Poinsett, IPSTL’s Executive Director, will lead this six-part course that will explore the different expressions of Christianity, including Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Reformed Protestantism, Episcopalian, Historically Black Protestantism, The […]

What We Believe Series: The Diversity of Christian Thought and Practice

Webster Groves Presbyterian Church

IPSTL’s free course “What We Believe” continues in Spring 2022 in a hybrid format as we explore the diversity of thought and practice within Christianity. Rev. Jim Poinsett, IPSTL’s Executive Director, will lead this six-part course that will explore the different expressions of Christianity, including Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Reformed Protestantism, Episcopalian, Historically Black Protestantism, The […]

Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman Memorial Lecture with Ibrahim Abdul-Matin

Danforth University Center Room 276 6475 Forsyth Ave, St. Louis, MO

All are welcome to attend the Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman Memorial Lecture at Washington University in St. Louis: Thursday, March 31st, 7:00 PM, Danforth University Center,  Room 276. Guests must complete visitor Covid screening assessment to attend. Ibrahim Abdul-Matin will speak on the topic, “Dominion or Regeneration: How do Faith Communities Show Up in Perilous […]

What We Believe Series: The Diversity of Christian Thought and Practice

Webster Groves Presbyterian Church

IPSTL’s free course “What We Believe” continues in Spring 2022 in a hybrid format as we explore the diversity of thought and practice within Christianity. Rev. Jim Poinsett, IPSTL’s Executive Director, will lead this six-part course that will explore the different expressions of Christianity, including Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Reformed Protestantism, Episcopalian, Historically Black Protestantism, The […]

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