Events Calendar

NeverAgain: MS St. Louis Vigil

International Institute of St. Louis 3401 Arsenal Street, St. Louis, MO

Join the St. Louis Interfaith community for a vigil to remember the passengers of the MS St. Louis who lost their lives in the Holocaust due to closed hearts and borders. 6:00 - Gather at the Stupp Center in Tower Grove Park 6:20 - Begin Silent Walk 6:45 - Program on the front steps of […]

Never Again: A Vigil for Refugees, Past and Present

Stupp Center in Tower Grove Park 4256 Magnolia Ave, St. Louis, MO

Join the St. Louis Interfaith community for a vigil to remember the passengers of the MS St. Louis who lost their lives in the Holocaust due to closed hearts and borders. 6:00 - Gather at the Stupp Center in Tower Grove Park 6:20 - Begin Silent Walk 6:45 - Program on the front steps of […]

Abrahamic Traditions Dinner 2018

Cardinal Rigali Center 20 Archbishop May Drive, St. Louis, MO

The Abrahamic Traditions Dinner encourages friendship and understanding among people of the three Abrahamic religions: Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. All are welcome from any faith or tradition to come together to engage in dialogue and honor the importance of religious diversity and inter-religious cooperation. In this year’s program, a variety of religious voices will share their perspectives, […]

Jewish and Muslim Day of Community Service

Multiple

In 2011, the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis and the Jewish Community Relations Council of St. Louis (JCRC) and its Milford and Lee Bohm Social Justice Center coordinated the first Annual Jewish and Muslim Day of Community Service. The Day of Service was created to help the St. Louis community on a large scale […]

The Great Divide: Race in Our Region // Economic Inequities

Online

Join the interfaith community for four conversations on the 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 […]

The Great Divide: Race in Our Region // Healthcare

Online

Join the interfaith community for four conversations on the 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 […]

The Aurelia Konrad Charitable Foundation’s Freedom Seder

Zoom

Presented by The Aurelia Konrad Charitable Foundation and the Newmark Institute for Human Relations. Join JCRC for a virtual interfaith Seder where the Saint Louis Story Stitchers weave together the Israelite’s path to freedom with the fight for racial equity today through performances of spoken word poetry and song. The event is free, but registration […]

The Great Divide: Race in Our Region // Environmental Justice

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 […]

Reckoning With History: Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust

The Newmark Institute of the Jewish Community relations Council of St. Louis, the Bernardin Center at Catholic Theological Union, and the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics are proud to sponsor Reckoning with History: Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust. Join us on April 26, 2021 from 6-7:15pm via Zoom for a discussion […]

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 […]

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