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Visit the Columbia Heights CAVA location on September 5th to grab a bite to eat and support the IFC and its upcoming Unity Walk! Be sure to mention "InterFaith Conference" to a staff member for 10% of your meal's proceeds to go to IFC and this year's Unity Walk! Thank you for your support!Find out more »
Mon. Sept. 10 & Tue. Sept. 11, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. “Mental Health First Aid Training” teaches how to help someone who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis. Cost per participant is 425 including breakfast and a workbook. Scholarships available. Register at https://abidingpresence.net/mhfirstaid .Find out more »
Join us for the 13th annual Unity Walk as we walk down Massachusetts Ave., NW and visit houses of worship and other religious centers in a public celebration of solidarity among different faiths and cultures in our region. Speakers include Congressman Jamie Raskin (MD) Bishop Mario Dorsonvile, and Councilmember Mary Cheh. Performers include Crush Fund Brass, Mosaic Harmony and more! You can register here!Find out more »
This workshop provides an opportunity for people from different racial and ethnic backgrounds to explore the history of institutionalized discrimination in our society. Whether you’re just beginning this work or are a long-time advocate of racial justice, all participants will benefit from the training’s goal of trying to find common ground from which to continue our shared endeavor of building the beloved community in the diocese and beyond. The training satisfies canonical requirements for anti-racism training in the Episcopal Church,…Find out more »
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