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The Great Divide: Race in Our Region // Court System

Online

Join the interfaith community for four conversations on ways systemic racism permeates our city and region. We will learn background from topic experts, hear stories of people directly impacted and learn two ways we can take action. Each session begins at noon and will last an hour. All are welcome to stay for 30 minutes […]

Congregations Building Bridges: Renewing Civic Engagement as Our Common Purpose

Online

Join the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics at Washington University in St. Louis for a panel discussion organized with the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and Union Theological Seminary. Americans today are deeply divided. As the Commission on the Practice of Democratic Citizenship recently noted, “When Americans are asked what unites […]

Thursdays Together

Interfaith Partnership is excited to offer a monthly virtual gathering space for the St. Louis interfaith community. Join local clergy and lay leaders as they share experiences, insight, and wisdom. Let's come together to provide mutual support and seek new paths forward through the continued challenges of the pandemic. The fourth session will take place […]

Interfaith Devotional: Healing Power of God

Join us on June 2nd for the second of our 2021 Unity in Worship Devotionals. These interfaith devotionals allow us to worship alongside our friends in other traditions, and to celebrate the similarities and differences in our practices. This devotional will explore the theme "Healing Power of God" and will feature speeches from a Protestant […]

Preaching and Racism: Finding Our Way Forward

Join the Aquinas Institute for a summer course on developing preaching for anti-racism. Readings begin May 17, 2021, with four required Zoom classes on Fridays, June 4, 11, 18, and 25 from 9:30am to noon and 1-3pm. Register at https://events.ai.edu/event/164122. Registration closes May 30.

St. Louis Jewish Film Festival

The annual St. Louis Jewish Film Festival will be held virtually this year from June 6th to 13th. The Festival's complete lineup of features and documentaries will be available to view on demand at any time from June 6-13th. Once a ticket holder begins watching a film, access to it remains available for 48 hours […]

A Splintered Movement: American Protestantism

There are nearly 200 Protestant denominations in America.  Why are there so many? With so many is it still possible to call Protestantism a single movement? As a part of our ongoing religious series, Dr. Greenhaw, President Emeritus of Eden Theological Seminary, will explore connections between the current and historical divisions in American Protestantism. This program is provided in conjunction […]

The Jewish Imperative to Pursue Racial and Economic Justice

Join the Genesis Prize and 70 Faces Media to explore why it is crucial for Jews to fight for justice and equality. The panel will feature: Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner, Director, The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism Ilana Kaufman, Executive Director, Jews of Color Initiative Cheryl Cook, Executive Director, Avodah Moderator: Megan Black, Common […]

Compassionate St. Louis Meeting

Zoom

Join the Charter for Compassion in conversation with Compassionate St. Louis on July 28 to discuss community goals, key players and personnel, Saint Louis' Compassionate Action Plan, and community communications! Register here.

Citizenship for All: Faithful August Recess Advocacy

Zoom

Please join the Interfaith Immigration Coalition for a webinar to learn how you and your faith communities can take action during August recess and urge congress to take bold, humane and timely action for all 11 million undocumented immigrants. In the coming weeks, there will be many opportunities to ramp up pressure on the administration […]

World Day Against Human Trafficking Community Gathering

New Northside Missionary Baptist Church 8645 Goodfellow, St. Louis

We are pleased to invite you join Gateway Human Trafficking and the New Northside Missionary Baptist Church as we tackle the important issue of human trafficking in the Greater St. Louis region. This community gathering is a part of the Project Push Back Trafficking to raise awareness about child trafficking in our region to honor […]

Defining Antisemitism and Why It Matters

Why does learning about antisemitism matter? What about media literacy? Join the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum in August for a series of four virtual lectures called “Why This Matters.” The first three programs – covering antisemitism, Holocaust Education, and media literacy – all lead up to a “sneak peek” from world-renowned museum designer […]

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