Tagged: “ecumenical”

Rev. Pickens Travels to Holy Land with World Council of Churches

The Conference’s Ecumenical Director, Rev. Larry Pickens, recently traveled to the Holy Land with the World Council of Churches. Read more: https://www.oikoumene.org/…/news/peace-consultations-of-hope https://www.oikoumene.org/en/press-centre/news/after-strong-input-in-holy-land-wcc-plans-to-refine-strategy-for-just-peace https://www.oikoumene.org/en/what-we-do/churches-in-the-middle-east  

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Support Our Summer Toiletry Drive

Pathways Housing Services distributes personal care items to people facing hard times and families struggling to make ends meet. Currently, our supplies of toiletries are extremely low. SNAP benefits don’t pay for necessities like diapers, shampoo, and feminine care products. Please help us cover the gaps in public assistance for those who need it most. [...] Continue Reading

Bread for the World: Organizing to End Hunger

As Bread for the World looks at what it will take to end hunger by the year 2030, we realize that we are moving into a new social and political landscape. To be effective, we need to hear about the priorities and concerns of our local churches and communities in order to decide how best to go about ending hunger in our state, nation, and world. This event is free, but please preregister by May 18.

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Campbell Lecture: Charting Our Ecumenical Future

The 2017 Robert K. Campbell Memorial Lecture on Christian Unity will feature keynote speaker Robert P. Jones, a leading scholar and commentator on religion, culture, and politics, and author of “The End of White Christian America.” (full bio) For more information and online registration, please visit lehighchurches.org/campbell.

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Centering Prayer Workshop

Kairos will be hosting a Centering Prayer Workshop in Allentown on Saturday, April 1. The day will be led by Steve Shussett, current Kairos faculty member, and will provide both instruction in the practice of Centering Prayer and opportunities to engage this prayer practice.

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