Interfaith Cincy is committed to building a stronger Community through Interfaith Collaboration.
Greater Cincinnati’s first-ever Festival of Faiths on Sunday, June 24, 2018, at Xavier University’s Cintas Center will bring together neighbors, families and spiritual leaders to celebrate the area’s religious diversity. The day will feature faith-based exhibits, dialogues, workshops, art, music and fun activities for all ages. The event is free and open to the public.
The theme for this inaugural event is “Compassion through Action” in recognition of the role the faith community has historically played and continues to play in advancing a civil, socially just and welcoming community for all who live, work and visit Greater Cincinnati. The event will also serve to unify our community, focusing on our similarities and celebrating our differences. Read more.
Kids4Peace Cincinnati: Growing and Expanding offerings
The Summer of 2017 was a year of significant growth for Kids4Peace Cincinnati. The number of campers doubled from the first camp in 2016. Twenty -one campers attended camp, and several of those were members who had attended the first camp in 2016. The second-year campers continued to build on some of the skills learned in the first year and facilitated some of the sessions for the new first- year campers. A few of those first- year campers remarked that they really enjoyed having the other campers teaching the sessions. At completion of the Day Camp, families and friends of the campers joined -in for an interfaith pot luck dinner. More than 60 people attended that dinner, and now the pot luck dinners are continuing throughout the year. We also expanded the year-round sessions for the campers. The new friends, made during the Day Camp session, were invited to get together again and attend additional programs throughout the year. Read more..
Stories of Survival: Burundi
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. • These events are free, but tickets must be reserved in advance.
Hundreds of thousands of families from the central African nation of Burundi are fleeing violence, extrajudicial killings, abduction, torture, and persecution. Many Burundi refugees are children who arrive at camps unaccompanied and separated from their families.
This event is free, but tickets must be reserved in advance.
About Stories of Survival: Stories of Survival is RefugeeConnect's annual speaker series. Our 2018 series includes five different speaking engagements with refugees from five different countries telling their own stories of survival, including Somalia, Cyprus, the Former Soviet Union, Burundi, and Bhutan.
Read more about additional Survival Speaker Series and more dates!