Cincy Multifaith Calendar

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Interfaith Collaboration Grants

InterfaithCincy, in partnership with The Brueggeman Center for Dialogue at Xavier, is offering Interfaith Community Engagement Grants. Any Faith community or any faith-based youth group that partners with a faith community or youth group from another faith tradition to work on a community engagement project can apply. For Information and application form contact Dr. James Buchanan at the The Brueggeman Center at 513 745-3922 or by email

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World Interfaith Harmony Week 2021

Events must be held between 30 January - 28 February 2021 in order to qualify for prizes. Reports must be submitted by 7 March 2021.
World Interfaith Harmony Week will be upon us soon. Continue to spread the harmony and join others (virtually) who love God, the Good and the Neighbour to bring joy to your soul and uplift your spirit. Reach out and create more Harmony by connecting with others and organising online events.
  • Open your places of worship to a virtual tour.
  • Create a YouTube series exploring your community's faith.
  • Create an interfaith forum online.
  • Share recipes about foods of your faith to promote understanding of your faith.
  • Hold an online party and watch an interfaith movie.
  • Choose an interfaith based book of your choice. Meet online and discuss.
  • Hold an online dialogue on interfaith harmony. With the internet, we can connect with people globally as well as locally.

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Interconnected Justice Series

URI North America is happy to announce the launch of Interconnected Justice, a monthly workshop series that highlights the themes and best practice of social justice work within the network of Cooperation Circles while providing tangible steps to help you do the work of justice in your community. Topics like immigration, racism/colorism, environmental stewardship, storytelling, and dialogue will be discussed. To open this series, we will be having an open conversation about URI and Justice in the 21st Century on Sunday, January 31st, from 1-2:30 PT/4-5:30 ET. If you’d like to participate on this call or any future calls, or if you and your CC/organization would like to help us with sessions and spreading the word about this workshop series, please fill out the following Google Form to let us know:

Birth, Sickness, Aging, Death and Meditation with Aruni Marapane

Meditation is one of greatest art of life, perhaps the greatest. One can possibly learn from one self, that is the beauty of it. It’s about observing yourself, you learn about your own self, how mind and body is interactive and interdependent. With correct mindfulness you can meditate, in any situation you are in all day long. Meditation is for me is like a huge “umbrella”. It covers a vast area in every aspect of life, physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. You can take this “umbrella” to protect you from any kind of weather. Its flexible, adaptable, adoptable yet a beautiful aid which gives shelter, security, comfort, clear comprehension and wisdom. As I see, we are all seekers. Through out our lives we all seek some thing in our lives mental or otherwise. The four questions I always ask are, What is meditation? Why we want meditate? What is the use if meditation? Where does it gets you? So, with so much love and compassion in my heart, I would like to invite you to have a journey with me together, have an open discussion, investigation, inquiry to look in to universal divine qualities such as loving kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity. By doing so let’s look at our human conditioning birth, decay or aging, sickness and death constructively and objectively. And how we can mindfully observe, self-investigating, taking personal responsibility of our lives, turn these very real human aspects in to peaceful, joyful states which benefits our selves and others around us.

IFC Religions 101: Hinduism

Understanding Starts Here: Religions of IFC 101 Series. Join us for a religious literacy series introducing the basic beliefs and traditions of IFC’s 11 faith traditions. Sessions will take place on the 4th Thursday of each month at 7:30 PM ET on Zoom. They will last for 45 minutes and include a time for Q & A. Hinduism 101 Thursday, January 28, 2021 7:30 PM ET Register Here:

AJC Remembers: 3 Generations of Holocaust Reflections and Testimonials

At the 2020 AJC Virtual Global Forum, to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, 12 Holocaust survivors, children, and grandchildren shared reflections on their family stories. Each moving testimony reminds us why we must never forget the past and its enduring lessons. On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, please join us for these incredibly personal and powerful stories.