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April 2021

Win-Win Energy Policy for Ohio: How You Can Help

April 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Win-Win Energy Policy for Ohio: How You Can Help April 21, noon-1:30 pm over Zoom Ohio’s energy policy is in flux, as the legislature wrestles over bills that would either hinder or revive the progress towards clean energy and energy efficiency that was halted by HB 6. Green Umbrella’s Faith Communities Go Green Advocacy Team invites you to a webinar by policy experts from the nonpartisan Ohio Environmental Council, with timely advice on how you can advocate effectively for clean…

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Earth Day Prayer Service

April 22 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

We invite you to join us for a virtual prayer service in honor of Earth Day. The program was designed by our good friends at the Catholic Climate Covenant and will last about one hour. The service will be held on Zoom (link details are below), and it will be recorded and shared on our Facebook page for those who cannot be attend live. You can download the participant guide here. What: Earth Day prayer service When: Thursday, April 22, 12:00pm EST Where: Zoom link, Meeting ID:…

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The Changing Dynamics of the US Supreme Court

April 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

with Ronna Greff Schneider As the highest court in the land, the Supreme Court of the United States holds the responsibility and obligation to ensure equal justice under the law. Join Ronna Greff Schnieder, Constitutional Law Professor at the University of Cincinnati, as she examines the debate over First Amendment protection of hate speech, explores the Court's approach to the separation of religion and the state as well as the potential tension between religious liberties and other civil rights, and…

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The History of Our Views Regarding Faith, Sexuality, and Gender Identity

April 29 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join us as LOVEboldly's Program Coordinator, Heather Schmiedicke, walks us through an interactive online exercise designed to assess and discuss our community’s history and origin of beliefs regarding LGBTQ+ people, our theological views on human sexuality and gender identity, and if/how these beliefs have evolved over time. LOVEboldly is a non-denominational, ecumenical ministry that works with a variety of theological viewpoints on sexuality and gender identity (from traditional/ conservative to progressive/liberal) and helps empower the Christians engaged with our work…

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May 2021

Protest Art & Other Small Crimes

May 3 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

What is art? Who owns art? How does art equalize power and reclaim the narrative for change? Come explore art in all of its forms as we answer these questions! During this program we will discuss how we can use art and other forms of protest to work for change in our communities. Together we will create a virtual art gallery to share with others.

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The Apostle Paul: A First-Century Reform Jew?

May 4 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Rabbi Joshua Garroway, Ph.D., Sol and Arlene Bronstein Professor of Judaeo-Christian Studies, Professor of Early Christianity and Second Commonwealth, HUC/Los Angeles Paul’s disparagement of the Torah and his conferral of the Abrahamic covenant on Gentiles have earned him the reputation among Jews as a perfidious huckster who abandoned Judaism to create another religion. Is it possible we've been too hard on Paul? Might modern Jews come to see him as a loyal Jew – indeed a Jew much like ourselves?

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The Presidents, The Press, and American Jewry

May 6 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Harold Holzer, Director, Hunter College's Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute; Rabbi Gary Zola, Ph.D., Executive Director, Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives; Moderator Harold Holzer, one of the nation's greatest Lincoln scholars, has published a wonderful new volume titled The Presidents vs. the Press: The Endless Battle Between the White House and the Media — From the Founding Fathers to Fake News. You will not want to miss this special webinar wherein Mr. Holzer will focus on…

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Eliminating Racial Inequities in our Healthcare System: Presentation, Discussion, & Call to Action

May 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Presented by EquaSion's A Mighty Stream program in conjunction with The Center for Closing the Health Gap Presenters: Renee Mahaffey Harris, President & CEO, The Center for Closing the Health Gap Louito Edje, M.D., MHPE, FAAFP, Family Physician Bishop Marvin F. Thomas, Sr., Host, Second Episcopal District, CME Church A Mighty Stream is an interfaith racial justice initiative sponsored by EquaSion. This webinar is the second in a planned series. The Center for Closing the Health Gap is a non-profit…

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Join a Compassionate Conversation on First Fridays

May 7 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

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…

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How Quakers Experience Stillness

May 7 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

This half-hour session will include a short introduction to why and how unprogrammed Friends use stillness in worship. The image is a metaphor for both the internal process of "centering" and the collective experience of the Light as a group. We will take 10-15 minutes to experience this practice, followed by questions/discussion. Cecilia Shore has been a Quaker for over 40 years, and currently serves as one of the clerks of Oxford (Oh) Friends Meeting. Register Now:

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