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January 2021

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

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

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
ONLINE,

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

#sayhername: Preaching Christ and Singing the Blues in the Lament Psalms Today

March 3 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
ONLINE,

Free, but registration is required The Gospel writers used Psalm 22 as part of the deep background of the Passion narrative. As such, the Gospels give us strategies of interpretation. African American Gospel and blues also give us interpretive clues. Psalm 22, a Psalm of Lament, helps us excavate racial and gendered violence as an icon to see the work of Christ. The lecture will review the rise of the twentieth century’s anti-lynching movement and its relation to the #SayHerName…

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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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Vigil: Stop Asian Hate San Antonio

March 20 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX United States + Google Map

With a dangerous rise in anti-Asian hate crimes and racism, we'll come together in solidarity to hear from leaders, allies, and members of the Asian community as we demand an end to the violence. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing.

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April 2021

Fasting Fridays to Support Food Bank

April 2 @ 12:00 am - April 30 @ 11:30 pm
at home,

The one-year marker has come and gone as our community continues to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The San Antonio Food Bank invites the multi-faith community across the region to a sacrificial experience for unity. All Faiths Fasting Fridays will be an opportunity to pray, fast, and make a fasting “offering” of the meals missed. From April 2 - April 30 choose a day or multiple days to fast in solidarity with those who are food insecure…

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Compassionate Integrity Training ONLINE

April 5 @ 6:30 pm - June 14 @ 8:30 pm

Cost is on a sliding scale. Register here Presented through an interactive online series, Compassionate Integrity Training (CIT) at its core is a set of skills and practices supporting ourselves and how we relate to others. As we practice these skills we have the potential to change systems through greater appreciation of interdependence and common humanity. We are keenly aware that we also need community spaces to practice together—while we may have critical insights alone, we learn a tremendous amount…

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Restorative Justice and Anti-Racism A Restorative Community Conversation

April 8 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Online via Zoom,

In the words of Paulo Freire: “Dialogue cannot exist, however, in the absence of a profound love for the world and for people.” In this gathering, we will discuss the potential role restorative justice has in anti-racism work. Guest Speaker: Sheryl R. Wilson Director for Kansas Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution, President for the National Association of Community and Restorative Justice  

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