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Thursday, January 19, 2017 Interfaith Center at the Presidio


January- A New Year


ICP 2017

The Interfaith Center at the Presidio links the power of interreligious cooperation by welcoming, serving, and celebrating the diverse wisdom and faith traditions of the Bay Area.

Each January since 2011, the opening image of our Bay Area Interfaith Connect has shown the year with the Interfaith Center at the Presidio logo standing in for the "0." The other numbers have been in one of the colors represented in the rings in the logo.

This is now the seventh year, and it seems especially appropriate to turn to the white color of the central ring for this year's image. As you may know, while the ICP logo looks like a set of interlocking rings, none of the colored rings are linked; it is only the white ring that holds them all together. ICP is not about mashing our diverse traditions into a single path or pretending that there are not differences among our traditions. The white ring stands for those shared values and commitment to working together that serve to draw us together in common efforts.

As we look to the coming year and beyond, we anticipate that our connections to one another and our shared concerns for compassion, service, and hospitality may be sorely tried. The stated positions of the incoming administration and its leaders have been less than welcoming or celebrative of diversity. More than ever, The Interfaith Center at the Presidio will continue to serve its unique role as a regional interfaith body, helping interfaith councils and allied groups of the greater San Francisco Bay Area to communicate, cooperate, and collaborate with each other, helping to strengthen all of us.

If you know of efforts in your community to build connections, increase understanding and appreciation of their neighbors and work together for a more compassionate and inclusive community, please be sure to send them to calendar@interfaith-presidio.org so that we can list them here. Be sure to consult our calendar to find out what's going on in your community and around the Bay.

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SEND US YOUR NEWS! We at Bay Area Interfaith Connect make every effort to include upcoming interfaith events in our monthly calendar (which is always available on our website). Please be sure to send information about your upcoming events to calendar@interfaith-presidio.org. We'd also like to share what happened at your events or celebrations with the wider interfaith community. Got a story you'd like to share? Pictures from that latest gathering? Send them along and let everyone know what's happening!

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link handsFAMILY FUN AT ICP. Beginning this month, The Interfaith Center at the Presidio will be offering family friendly interfaith activities at the Presidio Chapel on the last Sunday of each month. Activities will include music and art in a fun and friendly atmosphere. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome. Please join us. Save the Dates! 2:00 - 4:00 pm, January 29, February 26, March 26, and April 30. The Presidio Chapel is at 130 Fisher Loop (above the Golden Gate Club) [map].

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Martin Luther King, Jr.MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY AROUND THE BAY. Interfaith events and community gatherings are scheduled around the Bay Area honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. and his legacy on Monday, January 16. These include marches and commemorations in San Francisco and Marin; speakers, program and a peaceful demonstration in Walnut Creek; a Muslim-Catholic event of support in San Jose; and a service followed by a candlelight peace walk in Alamo. See listings below in the Bay Area Interreligious Calendar for details.

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Golden Gate BridgeBRIDGE TOGETHER GOLDEN GATE. On Friday, January 20, 2017, 10:00 - 11:00 am, a coalition of local groups and individuals hopes to form the first (ever) human chain across the entire Golden Gate Bridge (and beyond). This is a collaborative, grassroots, community-based demonstration and performance art piece. The community will stand together in unity and love as a shining beacon of inclusiveness and democracy to prove that we are stronger together, that love trumps hate, and that the hateful rhetoric of the incoming president & his administration will not be tolerated. Bring (or wear) a yard of purple fabric, ribbon, or scarf. We are not blocking traffic. If you are interested in participating, go to bridge.beyondtherectangle.org or email: satori@satoriteller.com.

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World Interfaith Harmony WeekWORLD INTERFAITH HARMONY WEEK FEBRUARY 1-7. Every year the first week of February has been designated by the United Nations since 2010 as a week to showcase and celebrate the ongoing work of interreligious harmony and peacemaking. This year, the international committee has been gathering letters of support from around the world. Groups and individuals are encouraged to sponsor events during this week and to share the information on the World Interfaith Harmony Week website. Does your group have any planned events to honor this year's Harmony Week? Let us know!

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The Interfaith ObserverTHE INTERFAITH OBSERVER. (TIO) is an independent internet journal about all things interfaith. TIO was relaunched from a new website this September. Each month TIO goes to more than 12,000 faith and interfaith leaders, including about 2,300 outside the U.S. More than 350 writers have contributed articles. Download back issues. Subscribe for free.

December: In Pursuit of Wisdom

Personal Perspectives on Spiritual Wisdom

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NOTES & QUOTES: "How different might this election cycle have been had more voters been willing to be curious about, understand, accept, or even embrace a pluralist nation, rather than panic in the face of “the other”?" - Kate Blanchard... "There seems to be a real need for thinkers who take seriously these concerns about entangled identities and passivity in the face of injustice, but still make the case (and set the ground rules) for radical diplomatic inclusion." - Michael Schulson...


 

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About the Editor: D. Andrew Kille is director of Interfaith Space in San Jose, working to develop and strengthen interfaith relations throughout the Bay Area. Send your calendar items, comments and suggestions to calendar@interfaith-presidio.org. We try to keep the ICP Update and Calendar as current as we can, but if you want your item included in the monthly newsletter, it needs to be in our hands a week before the end of the month.

 

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BAIC ARCHIVES

In the Bay Area Interfaith Connect Archives you will find editorials from BAIC beginning with January of 2007, as well as longer articles on issues of interest for interfaith work..

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At the Presidio Chapel
Map and directions to the Presidio’s Main Post Chapel

Presidio Chapel Website

Interfaith Book Study Group
First Wednesday of the Month, 7:00 pm
An interfaith dialogue group open to followers of any faith and religion. The main goal of the group is to deepen relationship among the members and increase respect for others, thereby increasing appreciation of religious and humanitarian values. We are currently reading A History of God by Karen Armstrong.

Family Fun Group
Last Sunday of the Month, 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Family friendly interfaith activities including music and art in a fun and friendly atmosphere. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome.

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INTERFAITH RESOURCES

On the Interfaith Center website at www.interfaith-presidio.org, find resources and information about the ongoing work of ICP. Take a look at our major projects, including the Interfaith Design Competition, the Lost and Endangered Religions Project, the McDonald Windows, and Spiritual Resources interviews.

You can also find a wealth of interfaith links, including books, calendars, Podcasts and more on the Interfaith Resources Page.

ABOUT THE INTERFAITH CENTER AT THE PRESIDIO

Interfaith Center at the PresidioBay Area Interfaith Connect is a monthly newsletter and calendar of interfaith events published by the Interfaith Center at the Presidio. The Center is a regional interfaith hub organization, linking interreligious groups around the Bay, across the nation, and around the world. ICP was incorporated in September 1995 "to welcome, serve, and celebrate the diverse spiritual wisdom and faith traditions of the Bay Area." The Center is a Cooperation Circle of the United Religions Initiative, networked with hundreds of interfaith communities around the world who share a common commitment: ...to promote daily, enduring interfaith cooperation, to end religiously motivated violence, and to create cultures of peace, justice, and healing for the Earth and all living beings.

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Bay Area Interreligious Calendar
2017

We invite you to share programs and exhibits sponsored by Bay Area faith and interfaith groups for the public, provided only that they show respect for traditions other than their own and are not primarily aimed at converting people. We try to keep the ICP Update and Calendar as current as we can, but if you want your item included in the monthly newsletter, it needs to be in our hands a week before the end of the month. Send items to calendar@interfaith-presidio.org. National and international interfaith events that might be of interest to local individuals will be posted under "Special Opportunities," along with useful interfaith resources.

Through the month events are added to this calendar; the current version can be found www.interfaith-presidio.org. Look for the marker New Item! Events disappear within a day or two after they happen. To add or cancel your subscription to Bay Area Interfaith Connect, contact info@interfaith-presidio.org.

The new graphic to the right is inspired by the ICP linked ring logo. Each ring remains whole and maintains its integrity; only the white ribbon holds them together. Each of our religious traditions remains unique; it is the commitment to working together that creates the bond.

     ...IN BERKELEY
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2017 SURJIT SINGH LECTURE  
Dr. Jeffery Long
WHEN: Wednesday, February 22, 2017, 7:00 pm
WHERE: Zaytuna College, 2401 LeConte Avenue, Berkeley. Free event.
Dr. Jeffery Long, Professor of Religion and Asian Studies at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania, teaches courses on Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism (Dharma Traditions), as well as a first-year seminar on Star Wars and Asian philosophy, Sanskrit, and Comparative Theology and Interfaith Engagement. He is the author of three books and a wide array of articles on Hinduism, Indian philosophy, and religious pluralism, and a Consulting Editor for Sutra Journal.

     ...IN DANVILLE
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INTERFAITH COUNCIL OF CONTRA COSTA  
Lunch and Learn
WHEN: Friday, March 3, 2017, 12:00 noon
WHERE: St. Isadore's Catholic Church, 440 La Gonda Way, Danville. Free event.
Bring a brown bag lunch. Beverages and cookies will be provided. We will have a presentation on the work of the host Center or Congregation at Noon. Contact is Elby Salazar (925) 548-1272 and elbyagapeangel99@yahoo.com

     ...IN FREMONT
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SIVIC FORUM  
Freedom of Religion
WHEN: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
WHERE: Scott Creek Road Chapel, LDS, 48950 Green Valley Rd., Fremont. Sack lunch.
For our first Leaders Forum of 2017, SiVIC will hold a panel discussion on the importance of freedom of religion for a democracy to exist and thrive and for an economy to thrive, and how we can foster freedom of religion within our faith groups. Bring a sack lunch; bottled water and light refreshments provided. Sponsored by Silicon Valley Interreligious Council.

Please let us know you're coming at rsvp@sivicouncil.org

     ...IN LAFAYETTE
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INTERFAITH COUNCIL OF CONTRA COSTA  
Lunch and Learn
WHEN: Friday, April 7, 2017, 12:00 noon
WHERE: Lafayette Orinda Presbyterian Church. 49 Knox Dr., Lafayette. Free event.
Bring a brown bag lunch. Beverages and cookies will be provided. We will have a presentation on the work of the host Center or Congregation at Noon. Contact Terry Clark (818) 590-8820 and terrance.clark08@gmail.com.

     ...IN OAKLAND
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REMEMBERING DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.  
New Event! Interfaith Candlelight Vigil and Walk
WHEN: Wednesday, January 18, 2017, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
WHERE: First Presbyterian Church, 2619 Broadway, Oakland. Free event.
Join us for this family-friendly event in remembrance of the work of Dr. King and in recognition of the work we need to do to make the Beloved Community a reality. Bring a candle, glowstick or other source of light. After a brief gathering ceremony, we will begin our candlelight walk to Frank Ogawa Plaza. Clergy and faith leaders are invited to wear vestments or other garments relevant to their ministry.

MEET A MUSLIM  
Building Bridges to the Muslim Community
WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2017, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
WHERE: Oakland LDS Temple Visitors’ Center, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland. Free event.
Featured speakers are Moina Shaiq and Jehan Hakim, whose mission is to build bridges of love, respect, understanding and acceptance, one heart at a time. They will speak and answer questions about Islam in America and abroad. Moina is a Fremont mother of four and President of the Tri-Cities Interfaith Council. Jehad, also a mother of four, is a senior political science major at SFSU and President of AAYSP, a non-profit Yemeni educational association.

Both are members of the interim board of the Alameda County Interfaith Council (ICAC) currently being formed in Oakland. Ample free parking is available.

     ...IN PALO ALTO
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PRAYERS FOR PEACE  
Multifaith Service of Concern and Commitment
WHEN: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
WHERE: Unitarian Universalist of Palo Alto, 505 E. Charleston, Palo Alto. Free event.
On this evening prior to the presidential inauguration, we will come together -- across many religious and spiritual traditions -- to voice our concerns and fears about the coming four years in our country, to pray for strength and wisdom for the years ahead, and to commit together to act for justice, compassion and equality for the American society and the world. We will share music, readings, prayers, silence and insights to offer guidance, inspiration and courage, and to strengthen one another.

     ...IN PLEASANT HILL
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INTERFAITH COUNCIL OF CONTRA COSTA  
Lunch and Learn
WHEN: Friday, May 5, 2017, 12:00 noon
WHERE: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Institute of Religion, 300 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill. Free event.
Bring a brown bag lunch. Beverages and cookies will be provided. We will have a presentation on the work of the host Center or Congregation at Noon. Contacts Stuart or Evelyn Candland: (925) 922-1884. Plenty of parking behind.

     ...IN PLEASANTON
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MUSLIM COMMUNITY IN TRI-VALLEY  
New Event! Post -Inauguration Muslim Neighbors Panel
WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2017, 12:00 noon - 2:45 pm
WHERE: Muslim Community Center – East Bay, 5724 W. Las Positas Blvd., #300, Pleasanton. Free event.
The panel of five observant congregation members aims to provide a level perspective about Islam and the American-Muslim community in our drastically changing world. The need for meaninginful and personable eyeball-to-eyeball interaction is ever more urgent with the continued discord overseas involving Muslims, the political rhetoric in the 2016 Presidential Election, and the spike in Islamophobia at home.

More information.

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INTERFAITH BOOK DISCUSSION  
A History of God
WHEN: First Wednesday of the month, 7:00 pm
WHERE: Presidio Chapel, 130 Fisher Loop, Presidio, San Francisco. Free event.
Interfaith Discussion Group at Presidio Chapel is an interfaith dialogue group open to followers of any faith and religion. The main goal of the group is to deepen relationship among the members and increase respect for others, thereby increasing appreciation of religious and humanitarian values. The group meets once a month to discuss sections from pre-selected book in the form of table discussions.

For this month’s meeting, we will talk about the book A History of God: The 4,000-Year Quest of Judaism, Christianity and Islam by Karen Armstrong.

FAMILY ACTIVITIES  
Family Fun Group
WHEN: Last Sunday of the Month, 2:00 - 4:00 pm
WHERE: Presidio Chapel, 130 Fisher Loop, Presidio, San Francisco. Free event.
Family-friendly interfaith activities including music and art in a fun and friendly atmosphere. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome. Please join us. January 29, February 26, March 26, April 30.

     ...IN ROSSMOOR
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INTERFAITH COUNCIL OF CONTRA COSTA  
Lunch and Learn
WHEN: Friday, February 3, 2017, 12:00 noon
WHERE: Rossmoor Interfaith Council. Brown Bag lunch.
Bring a brown bag lunch. Beverages and cookies will be provided. We will have a presentation on the work of the host Center or Congregation at Noon. Contact is Susie Kohl (925) 451-0668 or Susie@springtide.org.

     ...IN SAN FRANCISCO
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MEDITATION CLASSES  
Sufism and Heart-based Meditation
WHEN: Alternate Thursdays, 7:00 - 8:00 pm
WHERE: Community Healing Center, 2919 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. Free event.
An introductory group for meditation practice, Sufi teachings, and reflection. On-going and open to new attendees. Pre-registration required. No fee. For dates and information: Call Institute for Sufi Studies, Amineh Pryor, (415) 382-7834. ias.org/events/.

PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION  
Bridge Together Golden Gate
WHEN: Friday, January 20, 2017, 10:00 - 11:00 am
WHERE: Golden Gate Bridge.
We are hoping to form the first (ever) human chain across the entire Golden Gate Bridge (and beyond). This is a collaborative, grassroots, community-based demonstration and performance art piece. We will stand together in unity and love as a shining beacon of inclusiveness and democracy to prove that we are stronger together, that love trumps hate, and that the hateful rhetoric of the incoming president & his administration will not be tolerated.

Bring (or wear) a yard of purple fabric, ribbon, or scarf. We are not blocking traffic. We have been granted an Expressive Activity Permit for this. TO PARTICPATE: bridge.beyondtherectangle.org or email: satori@satoriteller.com.

INAUGURATION DAY  
New Event! Inauguration Day Prayer-Reflection-Action
WHEN: Friday, January 20, 2017, 12:00 noon - 7:30 pm
WHERE: Glide Memorial Church, 330 Ellis Street, San Francisco. Free event.
GLIDE is opening its doors on Inauguration Day for a day of community building, Prayer-Reflection-Action, to all faith traditions and those without a faith tradition. All are welcome! Bring a friend! For additional information please visit: www.sfinterfaithcouncil.org/inauguration-day-prayer-reflection-action.

UNITED RELIGIONS INITIATIVE  
Save the Date! Circles of Light Gala
WHEN: Saturday, March 25, 2017, 6:00 pm
WHERE: Ritz Carlton Hotel, 600 Stockton St., San Francisco. Benefit for URI.
Cocktail or festive attire. For more information or to sponsor a table, please call Diana Conan at (415) 762-2723 or send an email to events@uri.org.

Registration and details available here.

     ...IN SAN JOSE
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BAHA'I AND RACE RELATIONS  
The Vision of Race Unity
WHEN: Sundays, January 8 - 29, 2017, 10:30 - 11:45 am
WHERE: San Jose Bahá’í Center, 945 Willow Street, San Jose. Free event.
The Local Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of San Jose is sponsoring a special four session study of “The Vision of Race Unity” — a statement from the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States, that examines and proposes solutions for America’s most challenging issue: racism. The study will be co-facilitated by Bob Henderson and Maya Bohnhoff and will run from January 8th to January 29th at the regular Baha’i Family School Sessions from 10:30 to 11:45.

     ...IN SAN RAFAEL
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MARIN INTERFAITH COUNCIL  
Faithful Conversations
WHEN: Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
WHERE: Dominican Sisters Gathering Space, 1520 Grand Ave., San Rafael. Free event.
The first in a series of facilitated conversations that foster understanding across the issues that divide us as we listen and respond from the centered Wisdom of our faith traditions. This first conversation focuses on how we will respond to the new political reality in 2017.

WEEKEND RETREAT  
Transformation through Practice and Knowledge of Unity
WHEN: Friday-Sunday, January 27-29, 2017
WHERE: Santa Sabina Center, Dominican Campus, San Rafael, California. $375- $425.
Alchemy of Tranquility Week-end Retreat with Sufi Master Shah Nazar Seyyed Ali Kianfar, Ph.D. and the 40 Days Team of psychotherapists and educators. For more information or to register: ias.org/programs/fortydays/. Email: 40days@ias.org. Phone: 415-499-1115

MARIN INTERFAITH COUNCIL  
Monthly Interfaith Meditation
WHEN: Wednesday, February 8, 2017, 5:30 - 6:30 pm
WHERE: First Presbyterian Church, Chapel -1510 Fifth Ave. San Rafael. Donation at door.
Join MIC for a monthly interfaith meditation. Wednesday, February 8, 2017 from 5:30 -6:30 pm. This month will be led by Rev. Kay Collette.who was trained as a Spiritual Director, served as Adjunct Faculty in the Spiritual Direction training program at San Francisco Theological Seminary and as a teacher of spiritual formation at First Presbyterian Church of San Rafael.

     ...IN SANTA ROSA
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INTERFAITH COUNCIL OF SONOMA COUNTY  
New Event! Interfaith Unity Service
WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2017, 3:00 - 4:00 pm
WHERE: Center for Spiritual Living, 2075 Occidental Road, Santa Rosa. Free event.
We will affirm the harmony of the world’s faiths in promoting universal human dignity, with peace, compassion and justice for all. Faith leaders from Jewish, Christian, New Thought, Unitarian Universalist, Buddhist, Hindu, and Islamic traditions will offer scriptural readings and reflections, complemented with beautiful music and joyful singing. In the face of division and despair, we shall awaken the sacred power of love and unite all those who would respond to its call! Please join us; all are welcome.

     ...IN WALNUT CREEK
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INTERFAITH COUNCIL OF CONTRA COSTA  
Interfaith Series at B'nai Tikvah
WHEN: Sunday, February 26, 2017, 3:00 pm
WHERE: B'nai Tikvah, 25 Hillcroft Way, Walnut Creek. Free event.
This series will include speakers from different faith traditions who will come and speak about the history, beliefs and traditions that make them each unique. Then there will be time for questions and answers. This series is cosponsored by B'nai Tikvah and the Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County. Look on the website for specific speakers.

  • Sunday, Feb. 26th - 3:00 pm
  • Monday, March 20th - 7:00 pm
  • Sunday, April 23rd - 3:00 pm
  • Monday, May 15th - 7:00 pm
  • Sunday, June 25th - 3:00 pm

     ...SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES
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BAY AREA INTERFAITH CONNECT ARCHIVE. Some of the items we share each month are not time-limited, but listing them all in each issue becomes too much. We have now created an links page with material from back issues, especially books, web links, and long-term opportunities. Items from past issues are now available on the ICP website in our Interfaith Links Library.

PODCAST. In a special New Year’s episode of Common Knowledge, the podcast distributed by the Interfaith Youth Core, hosts Carr and Prerna share the writings, events, and people that inspired them during a tumultuous year. They also look to 2017 and discuss what they, as interfaith leaders, hope to see in the year ahead.

COMPASSION CULTIVATION TRAINING (CCT) is an 8-week educational program offered by CCARE, the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford, designed to help you improve your resilience and feel more connected to others—ultimately providing an overall sense of well-being. CCT combines traditional contemplative practices with contemporary psychology and scientific research to help you lead a more compassionate life. Through instruction, daily meditation, mindfulness, and in-class interaction, you can strengthen the qualities of compassion, empathy, and kindness. Classes meet for a 2-hours, once a week for 8-weeks and daily meditation home-practice is assigned. See more at CCARE.

CHARTER FOR COMPASSION EDUCATION INSTITUE (CEI) is offering an online, anytime course, "How to Bring Balance and Compassion to Life." The course includes text, photos, videos, and written exercises and reflections. You can learn at your own place and pace and within a comfortable time frame, typically 60 to 90 minutes a week for four weeks. 4 weeks, starting January 23, 2017. Course content is available through 2/28/2017 Tuition: $99 Registration Opens: January 4, 2017; Registration Closes: January 23, 2017. Find more information and register at peaceandkindness.com/

THE SPIRITUAL EDGE. The Spiritual Edge is a project at Radio KALW in San Francisco, reporting on the dynamic, growing edges of religion, faith and spirituality in the Bay Area. Breath-focused meditation as an "innovation" for the Buddhist Church of San Francisco, was the subject of a recent report. You can find a link to the show at kalw.org, , or subscribe to their newsletter here.

ReIGNITE AT PSR. The Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley offers a four-day intensive for late career adults & retirees with an opportunity to take personal inventory, strengthen spiritual practice, develop social analysis & connect with people & organizations to help define your future impact. Registration is open for January 19th- 22nd, 8:30 am—3:30 pm daily (Lunch included). For more information, see www.igniteatpsr.com/.

INTERFAITH EDUCATION RESOURCES. The Scarboro Missions Interfaith Department continues to build its remarkable online resource center for interfaith relationships. Among the items available are a collection of resources that chronicle the Catholic Church’s journey of dialogue with other religions, a journey that began with the Second Vatican Council of the 1960s. There's much more; take a look at their collection of interfaith curriculum resources.

 


 

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