Peace Now:  The Beauty of Diversity

Canadian Centre for Ecumenism

Canadian Center for Ecumenism The Interreligious Forum for Peace,  a new interreligious dialogue group springs forth from the Canadian Centre for Ecumenism which invite you to attend  The Interreligious Art Festival entitled Peace Now:  The Beauty of Diversity, an event not to be  missed, which will be held on October 25th to 28th inclusive, at …
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African American Preaching and The Power of Story: Black Sermon as Dynamic Discourse

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

An Online Class   Dates Oct. 15-Nov. 9, 2018 Overview African-American preaching tradition holds gifts that can benefit proclaiming scripture in all faith communities! Join us for this online course that will explore the essential elements of Black sermonic style through examining the power of story and sacred oral engagement. The class will be self-paced and …
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Communication

Action On Mental Illness Inc. (AMI-Quebec)

In communication the idea is to strengthen mutual respect and trust, thereby allowing people with diverse attitudes and opinions to develop effective partnerships. It’s the type of approach that can help reduce your anxiety and improve your relationship with your ill loved one. October 30 + November 13, 2018 6-8pm Must attend both sessions With …
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Storytelling in an Age of Extremism: Finding Common Ground Through Shared Narratives

Kirkridge Retreat Center

Fareena Alam and Abdul-Rehman Malik Posted By: Kirkridge Type: Workshops Share: Time: November 30, 2018 6:30 PM until December 2, 2018 Location: Contact: More Info: We live in a time where trust has hit an all-time low. We don’t trust our political leaders. We don’t trust the news. We can hardly trust the results of …
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Alternatives to Violence Project: Basic Workshop

Pendle Hill

Alternatives to Violence Project: Basic Workshop Jan 18-20, 2019 A weekend workshop with .O, John Meyer, and Laurent Hahn (Friday evening through late Sunday afternoon.) $395/private room per weekend; $355/shared room per weekend; $235/commuter per weekend. Fee covers food, lodging, and program. Some scholarship funds are available. If you are seeking financial assistance to participate …
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