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January 2021

34th Annual City-wide Interfaith Worship Service

January 17 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Annual Citywide Interfaith Worship Service, presented by the San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, will feature several guest speakers who will present on various topics of faith and the legacy of Dr. King. You can watch live at https://www.sanantonio.gov/tvsa (Channel 21) or Catholic Television of San Antonio (Channel 15)

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DreamWeek: “LISTEN FOR A CHANGE” with Jen Hatmaker, Kimiya Denise & Dorian Williams

January 20 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

AUTHOR JEN HATMAKER, KIMIYA DENISE AND DR. DORIAN WILLIAMS WILL DISCUSS THE POWER OF LISTENING WHILE SUPPORTING RACIAL RECONCILIATION. DreamWeek & Pub Theology Panel with Author Jen Hatmaker, Activist Kimiya Denise, and Rev. Dorian Williams. Hosts: Pastor Gavin Rogers & Bekah McNeel & Rev. Dr. Keely Petty. Racial reconciliation is a matter of life or death in our nation and across the world; we can no longer accept the status quo and continue to divide and tacitly limit voices that…

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Texas A&M University – San Antonio Anti – Human Trafficking Conference

January 23 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

REGISTER ONLINE CYNTOIA BROWN IS OUR VIRTUAL KEYNOTE SPEAKER! The mission of the Texas A&M University-San Antonio Human Trafficking Prevention Panel and Conference is to bring awareness, promote self-advocacy for those in potential danger, and teach preventative measures. The goals of this conference will be to discuss the operations and dangers of trafficking. The conference will be covering the topics of grooming, internet safety, child pornography, sexual violence, sugar babies, dorm and campus safety. Attendees will learn how to defend…

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March 2021

Fr. Ron Rolheiser, OMI Lecture Series | Quiet Prophecy: Another Kind of Protest for Social and Religious Transformation

March 10 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

REGISTER ONLINE ONLINE, via ZOOM Scripture tells us that, as he grew, John the Baptist “grew strong in spirit”. What if you are the type of person who is “accommodating in spirit”? What if you are not the type of person who can openly protest things and openly challenge others? What are your prophetic gifts? How can your quiet gifts challenge the world and the church to be more just, more loving, and more faith-filled? Is there another kind of…

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