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MLK Chapel holds a week full of Interfaith events
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MLK Chapel holds a week full of Interfaith events

 

27TH ANNUAL COLLEGE OF MINISTERS AND LAITY, April 9-12.

Clergy and laity from diverse backgrounds, distinct faith traditions, and different generations are invited to reflect on their calling, foster relationships, develop leadership skills and share ideas at this conference. 

Speakers include Michelle Alexander, author of "The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness". Rev. Suzan Johnson-Cook, US Ambassador for International Religious Freedoms, speaks on "Faith, Freedom and Foreign Policy". 

Plenary sessions, discussion groups, health and wellness luncheon and much more.  A program of the MLK Chapel. Inspired by Dr. King's philosophies and ethical principles. April 9-12. 

Morehouse College, 830 Westview Drive, Atlanta 30314.  www.mlkchapel.org.

 

INTERFAITH CONTEMPLATIVE CONFERENCE, April 13-15

Explore and experience the inspiring contemplative practices of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. Participate in guided meditations with experienced practitioners including Dr. Alan Godlas and Jannah Godlas (Islam), Mona Shah-Joshi. (Hinduism) and Geshe Dadul Namgyal (Tibetan Buddhism). $75 ($65 before 4/1).  Includes Coleman Bark's concert of Rumi poetry. Columbia Theological Seminary, 701 S. Columbia Drive, Decatur. www.ctsnet.edu >Lifelong Learners>Events.

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