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March 2021

Lament & Solidarity – AAPI Racism Prayer Meeting

March 22 from 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Online Event, Online Event
Boston, MA 02120 United States

Join us for a prayer time to lament anti-Asian racism and violence, and build solidarity across racial lines. Concludes with communion and blessings over Asian Americans by local pastors. Please bring bread/cracker and drink to participate in communion. In partnership with Pentecostal Tabernacle, Kingdom Empowerment Center, & Reality Boston - Website here PRAYER MEETING INFO: Monday March 22, 8:00 to 9:30pm Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 842 1942 3578 One tap mobile +13126266799,,84219423578# US (Chicago) +16465588656,,84219423578# US (New York) Dial…

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April 2021

Be the Bridge For Boston Part 3: Incarceration & Restorative Justice

April 1 from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Online Event, Online Event
Boston, MA 02120 United States
Free

Join for a presentation and discussion on the Church's role in restorative justice & creating a restorative approach for returning citizens This spring, UniteBoston is hosting a 5-part speaker series to help people understand various initiatives that are happening in Greater Boston towards systemic racial justice and nurture friendships across churches for accountability and support in actively working towards reconciliation, equity, and justice in our day-to-day lives. In this third session, Craig Parker and Mako Nagasawa will be presenting on re-thinking…

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Virtual Book Launch With Rev. Michael Harvey

April 7 from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

Wednesday, April 7th 7 p.m. EST  via Zoom -------------------------- Join The Conference of Baptist Ministers in Massachusetts for the virtual book launch of Attempts at Light written by Rev. Michael Harvey, Executive Director Emeritus of the Conference. The event will be facilitated by CBMM President Rev. Cheryl Harris, and will feature readings by Michael Harvey and reviews by Rev. Sandra Dorsainvil and Rev. Dr. Conley Hughes. Attempts at Light is available for purchase on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Attempts-at-Light-Michael-Harvey/dp/1480896950 ---------------------------- Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84138841410?pwd=eHFOTXZOZFVESTI0cTJ2dlB1emdRZz09…

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in White Evangelical Spaces Dialogue

April 8 from 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
MA United States
Free

The Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary "is a monthly series of informative, captivating, and educational dialogues with national & international thought leaders on relevant topics impacting the global Church and the Black Christian Experience.” These Dialogues are 100% FREE and 100% VIRTUAL. These events are streamed LIVE on the ISBCE FaceBook Page and the ISBCE YouTube Page (please subscribe for notifications). Our April 8, 2021 Dialogue will feature Natasha Sistrunk Robinson (T3 Leadership Solutions, Inc.) and Dr.…

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Embody: Follow. Seek. Take. – A Conference for the Church in the City

April 11 - April 18
MA United States
Free

Embody is a week of community happenings about incarnating the Presence of Jesus in the City.  From 39 stories of the hope across 13 Boston neighborhoods featured at the Hope Rising Gallery Event (APR 17–18) on Boston Common, to stories told throughout the week by more than 40 individuals from Park Street Church and surrounding churches, you will get a fuller picture of God’s love for our city and his kingdom work through his people. Listen to and learn from…

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CANCELLED – A Pathway to Citizenship: The Role of the Community

April 27 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

Update from A Faith That Does Justice: We regret to inform you that this week's Community Meeting, A Pathway to Citizenship: The Role of the Community, has been canceled. We thank you for your assistance with publicity for this meeting and we look forward to our next series of Community Meetings beginning again in the fall. Our commitment to educating the faith community about social justice issues and encouraging a life of faith in action remains strong. We are grateful for…

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May 2021

Be the Bridge Group

May 4 from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
MA United States
Free

Starting May 4th, the Boston Faith and Justice Network is offering our second Be the Bridge group. Be the Bridge is an amazing book that guides readers to a deeper understanding of the need for racial justice and the ways in which we can become reconcilers. Author Latasha Morrison takes readers through this journey and shows how the application of biblical principles lays "the framework for restoration." Join our community and take this journey with us - let's pursue understanding,…

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Black Christians & Philanthropy

May 6 from 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Online Event, Online Event
Boston, MA 02120 United States
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Free

I write as the executive director of the Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary to share one of our forthcoming events in hope that you might add it to your schedule of events. Our ISBCE Dialogues "is a monthly series of informative, captivating, and educational dialogues with national & international thought leaders on relevant topics impacting the global Church and the Black Christian Experience.” These Dialogues are 100% FREE and 100% VIRTUAL. These events are…

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Be the Bridge for Boston Part 4: Economic Justice

May 6 from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Zoom MA United States
Free

This spring, UniteBoston is hosting a 5-part speaker series to help people understand various initiatives that are happening in Greater Boston towards systemic racial justice and nurture friendships across churches for accountability and support in actively working towards reconciliation, equity, and justice in our day-to-day lives. In this fourth session, Jamie Mangiameli and James (Jom) Michel are our key speakers. Jamie and Jom are members of the New Roots AME Church community and the Boston Ujima Project Anchor Institution Team.…

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Covid-19 Faith in the Vaccine Student Ambassador Program

May 11 - May 22
MA United States
None

The Hebrew College Miller Center for Interreligious Learning is proud to announce that we will be joining IFYC’s National Student Effort to increase access and trust in the vaccine. In partnership with Turn In. Reach Out., We Got Us and The Black Boston Covid-19 Coalition, we will be coordinating and leading the Covid-19 Faith in the Vaccine Student Ambassador Program targeted towards increasing vaccine access and trust in Boston area communities.  Our goal is to compensate community members for investing…

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CULTIVATING [ spaces ]

May 20 from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:00 pm, repeating until May 20, 2021

Free

FOUR NIGHTS | COMPLETELY FREE | FOR PARENTS OF TEENS Supporting parents navigating the unchartered waters of raising teenagers in 2021 and beyond. Webinar begins at 7 PM each evening.  CULTIVATING SPACE FOR...  May 17 – INQUIRY: Think about the future of education May 18 – HOPE: Help your kids face the future with confidence May 19 – HEALING: Consider recovery & resilience after trauma May 20 – CULTURE: Navigate a changing & divided world To sign up or for…

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June 2021

Be the Bridge For Boston: Conversations on Race with Family & Friends

June 3 from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
MA United States
Free

This spring, UniteBoston is hosting a 5-part speaker series to help people understand various initiatives that are happening in Greater Boston towards systemic racial justice and nurture friendships across churches for accountability and support in actively working towards reconciliation, equity, and justice in our day-to-day lives. In this concluding session, Pastor Josh Wilson is our key speaker. Josh describes that he is a white guy who, when Trayvon was murdered, began waking up to fact that his friends of color…

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Juneteenth, Black Joy & Black Liberation

June 17 from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Facebook MA United States
Free

Join the Massachusetts Council of Churches in conversation with ethicist and religious practitioner, Dr. Joshua Bartholomew as we learn about the importance of Juneteenth and the necessity of Black Liberation. Dr. Bartholomew is the Assistant Professor of Ethics and Church and Society at St. Paul's School of Theology. He is an experienced community organizer who has authored several papers on economic justice, youth empowerment and Black liberation. The conversation will center the importance of Juneteenth, Black Joy, and the continued…

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From Trauma to Triumph: CMM Annual Fundraiser

June 17 from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Zoom MA United States
$55

CMM is glad to present and virtually be with all of you at our 55th annual fundraiser. We hope you will join and interact with us in what should be a special, early evening time of learning and sharing together. Q&A to follow! Keynote Speakers: Thomas W. Porter, Jr., Boston University Lecturer & Co-Director, Program on Religion and Conflict Transformation, Retired (The Rev. Charles Harper Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient) Rev. Kelly Fassett, Executive Director of UniteBoston Rev. Dr. Walter Earl Fluker, Boston University…

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