Explore the diverse religions represented in Cincinnati, as well as the history of the peoples, cultures, and beliefs that make up the fabric of our city. Learn what values we share in common and what experiences make each community unique. This six-part series will include interactive discussions with adult learners and religious representatives to learn about their beliefs and cultures. Each gathering will include a selection of heavy appetizers and an opportunity to socialize with others. Read More..
On Wednesday evening, January 24, 2018, as a part of our 50th Anniversary Year on the Crestview Hills campus, our IRL event will have a title of "Religious Liberty at a Crossroads," with an emphasis on recent Religious Liberty legal cases, in honor of recently-deceased alumnus and member of the IRL Executive Committee, William T. Robinson III. The case to be featured is the Little Sisters of the Poor Religious Liberty Case but the speakers are experts on all of the related cases from the older Hobby Lobby Case to the more recent Trinity Lutheran and Masterpiece Cake Cases. Read More..
Who was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., really? Martin's Dream answers this question and more as it brings this historical figure to life through the power of story, speech and song. Watch as Dr. King tells the story of his life, from his childhood in the Deep South all the way to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where he delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. Created and performed by the talented and charismatic Deondra Kamau Means. Read more..
Interfaith Cincy encourages faith groups to build bridges and relationships across our faith communities. There are many do's and dont's to hosting a speaker of another faith. In order to have a successful event, openness and good communication up front prior to the event is necessary. The Bridges of Faith Trialogue group has recommendations for leading a successful event. Please read more here.
'Dear Community Partners:
I wanted to share with you this video and article that bring home the heartache of parents who have lost their children. The Red Cross Restoring Family Links program helps families who have been separated from their children and other family members by war, natural disaster or migration to locate them and restore communications.
If you know of families who are separated from their loved ones in another country, the Red Cross may be able to help them. Please contact me or have the family contact me at the phone number or email below.'