Middle school (current 6th-8th)

August 1-5th, M-F 9am-5pm

Save your spot today at k4p.org/cincycamp2022

Students will journey to a different location each day and learn about several different faith traditions & cultures including how people practice their faith as a Muslim, Jew, Christian, and Baha’í. Participants will learn about deep listening skills, how to create space for people of all identities, and so much more. Students will have the opportunity to grow their leadership skills. Then, they will have the opportunity to practice those skills beyond camp if they choose to join our on-going leadership team. Oh, and we will have tons of fun!

Join us for a conversation with former President of Poland Lech Walesa. Ticket sales will go towards assisting Ukrainian refugees.

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Join us in conversation with President Lech Wałęsa, former president of Poland, Nobel Peace Prize-winning leader, and founder of the Lech Wałęsa Institute.

We’ll explore how President Wałęsa pulled Poland into the democratic fold, what Russia’s invasion of Ukraine means for the region, and how we can help Ukraine’s humanitarian crisis.

All ticket proceeds from this event will go to the Lech Wałęsa Institute in aid of Ukrainian refugees.

All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464

All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464

All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464

All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464

All ages with focus on elementary school students

Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm

@ The Oasis at Grace

5524 Belmont Ave

A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, “What does a future with hope look like?” through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464

Artist Susan Ribnick brought together 36 mosaic artists from around the world to create works that react and respond to the Tree of Life Congregation shooting in Pittsburgh, PA on October 27, 2018. Eleven people were killed and six were wounded in the white supremacist terrorist mass shooting, the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the history of the United States. The 36 mosaics in the exhibition evoke themes ranging from antisemitism and injustice to hope, resilience, and peace.

IJPC is hosting our second virtual showcase of our new docuseries, Race and Racism in Cincinnati. Join us for three evenings of exploring the history of our city through the lens of the common people, rather than the people who held power. We will examine how racism has affected the growth of our city and the resilience of oppressed communities.

Winter 2022 Screenings
Part 1: Monday, January 24, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Part 2: Monday, January 31, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Part 3: Monday, February 7, 7:00 – 9:00 PM

The docuseries viewing is broken into 3 virtual sessions. Attendees are expected to attend all three sessions and participate in the post-video discussions.

Register for tickets here. 

Questions? Email Bekky@IJPCcincinnati.org.

IJPC is hosting our second virtual showcase of our new docuseries, Race and Racism in Cincinnati. Join us for three evenings of exploring the history of our city through the lens of the common people, rather than the people who held power. We will examine how racism has affected the growth of our city and the resilience of oppressed communities.

Winter 2022 Screenings
Part 1: Monday, January 24, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Part 2: Monday, January 31, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Part 3: Monday, February 7, 7:00 – 9:00 PM

The docuseries viewing is broken into 3 virtual sessions. Attendees are expected to attend all three sessions and participate in the post-video discussions.

Register for tickets here. 

Questions? Email Bekky@IJPCcincinnati.org.