Cincy Multifaith Calendar

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Interfaith Collaboration Grants

InterfaithCincy, in partnership with A Blessing to One Another, 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 A Blessing to One Another at 513 745-3922 or by email

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Advocacy Day 2021

Budgets are moral documents that establish Ohio's priorities for the next two years. Come and learn about what is in the budget to address poverty, inequality, and hunger in our communities. The Ohio Council of Churches and our statewide partners will work with legislative offices so that you have an opportunity to share your thoughts and opinions with your State Representatives on how we can promote the common good in Ohio. See event page here.

Teacher Training Workshop: Using Sustainable Development Goals in the Virtual Classroom

The World Affairs Council and Winton Woods High School partnered together during the WAC’s first-ever virtual international education summit to prepare an introductory workshop on incorporating both Sustainable Development Goals and new technology platforms into virtual curriculums. This short, asynchronous tutorial, which can be viewed here, is a brief introduction to the live, in-depth, synchronous training of the WAC and Winton Woods. Attendees of both trainings will be introduced to various technologies as they relate to integrated global education into their classrooms. See event page HERE. The live session will focus on the connection of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to each content area and will highlight various instructional technology strategies and tools to use with students in an in person and/or virtual setting. This session will be in the form of a mini activity which has been developed to allow participants to experience the use of this technology first-hand while delving deeper into resources centered around global education. 

Join a Compassionate Conversation on First Fridays

Wanting to continue the popular "Compassionate Conversations" featured at the Cincinnati Festival of Faiths, EquaSion and Bespoken Live are initiating a monthly zoom series of topics that will be framed by our faith.  These facilitated one-hour conversations in small groups will tackle the following four-letter words: RISK, HATE, FEAR, BIAS, FREE. The 5 sessions will lead into the August Festival where we’re hoping to have established a base of people who are comfortable both with this storytelling approach and reaching out to others to join us in this journey towards realizing a beloved community.  For those interested, we will meet the first Friday of every month from 9:30-10:30 am.  We welcome your participation. CLICK HERE to register online.

Eliminating Racial Inequities in our Criminal Legal System: A Presentation, Panel Discussion, and Call to Action

Presented by EquaSion's A Mighty Stream program in conjunction with the Ohio Justice and Policy Center. See event page HERE. Wednesday, March 3rd, 6:00 p.m. EST Webinar Presenters: David A. Singleton, Esq. Ohio Justice and Policy Center Dr. Zaria F. Davis Pretrial Justice Institute Rickell H. Smith, Esq. Center for Social Justice, Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio Rabbi Gary P. Zola, Ph.D., Host American Jewish Archives, Hebrew Union College-JIR To register go to: A Mighty Stream is an interfaith racial justice initiative sponsored by EquaSion. This webinar is the first in a planned series to examine the current racial inequities in critical quality of life systems. The Ohio Justice and Policy Center is our region's leading non-profit law firm that advocates for fair and equal justice through client-centered advocacy, policy reform, and cross-sector community education.

EquaSion's "Sacred Connections" returns in 2021

Adath Israel Congregation to host virtual open house on February 28th After a year when 11 faith communities welcomed visitors into their houses of worship for friendship, worship and education about their religion, the pandemic prevented the in-person hosting of these sacred connections in 2020.  But they are coming back this year!   "We invite the interested public to join us to discover how much our various faith groups have in common and how each is addressing today's social problems.  Our virtual guests will have an opportunity to ask questions and be enlightened by the answers," said program coordinator, Miriam Jackobs. The following faith communities will be hosting 90-minute, on-line Sacred events, which are open to registered participants. Please register online for February and March events below.