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The Istanbul Cultural Center, Alpharetta, Georgia
Saturday June 3, 2017, 2-9 pm

Three panels with Christian, Muslim and Jewish representatives will discuss the contemporary nature of interreligious dialogue and its relationship to Human Rights issues such as Islamophobia, racism and curtailment of civil rights in the US and Turkey. The conference will include opportunities to interact with panelists and conclude with an Iftar dinner.

Sponsors include the Federation of Christian Ministries (southern region), Global Ministries University,  Atlantic Institute and Istanbul Cultural Center.
RSVP:  Diane Dougherty
doughertyadd@gmail.com
678-918-1945

Gathering 2017
Northbrook, IL
July 6-8

The Ekklesia Project invites you to our annual gathering in which we will explore the missional identity of God, the ecclesial prerequisites of mission, the peaceable nature of Christian witness, and the missional dimensions of peace. Confirmed speakers include Gayle Gerber Koontz, David Fitch, Shane Claiborne, and Michael Gorman. Workshops by Mark Lau Branson, Tim Otto, Dale Gish, Ted Lewis, Charles Moore, Brandon Wrencher, and the Englewood Christian Church. Proclaimers include Kelly Johnson, Brandon Wrencher, and Ray Schulte. 

Gathering documents are now available and registration is open! Before registering you may want to take a look at the list of books to be discussed during Workshop 2 since you’ll be asked to choose one during registration. 

The Kenyon Institute
Gambier, OH
July 9-15, 2017

Beyond Walls (July 9 - July 15), a one-week writing intensive, helps you become a more authentic and skilled writer and reach your congregation and seekers and believers online. Learn to use the blog, op-ed, social media and more in small group sessions led by today’s most respected spiritual writers and journalists. Morning seminars are followed by afternoon solo writing time, master classes, and writing groups, plus a daily social media workshop. Our multi-faith mission welcomes clergy, spiritual directors, seminary students, and all who use writing in their spiritual work.

Registration and financial aid are available on a first-come, first served basis.

Joseph's House
Washington, DC

Joseph's House is a Residential Program in DC, providing hospice care to low income adults; some dying and some healing from AIDS and Cancer.  They need a full-time, year-long intern, starting in the fall.  This organization provides daily compassionate presence to their residents, including trans individuals.  To apply, contact Dawn Longenecker, Director of Discipleship Year Program, which can link you to this internship.   

Discipleship Year
Washington, DC
Applications due April 1, May 1 and June 1 (First Come, First Matched)

Discipleship Year places interns in DC in service and justice ministries, addressing poverty and injustice. Serve in one of these areas: Immigrant support, Teaching, Health care, Youth services, Case management, AIDS hospice, Environmental education and advocacy or Alternative Café and Bookstore doing social justice programming. Interns live in Intentional Community within a Christian Context, studying and reflecting through classes at the Soteria Community School @ the Festival Center. Free Room/Board and Health Insurance coverage. Receive $275/month, personal stipend (which includes food $).

Get Applications from Dawn Longenecker, Director @ dlongenecker@slschool.org (202-328-1102) or download from website.

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