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The Exodus

This gathering will include a guided meditation and discussion on issues of recovery from mental illness and addiction as a spiritual journey, led by Tom Walker, MA, and Joseph Arnoldin, MATS.

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Neighborhood Fall Festival & Block Party

Neighborhood Fall Festival & Block Party

We’re Seeking Sponsors for Our Fall Festival & Block Party We hope you’ll join us as the Conference hosts a neighborhood festival this fall, with food, music, and fun activities at Dubbs Memorial Community Center, noon to 3 p.m., Sunday, October 14. We’re seeking businesses and other partners to sponsor the event. If you’re interested, […]

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Interfaith Statement Against Hate and Discrimination

Interfaith Statement Against Hate and Discrimination We, the undersigned members of the Interfaith Action Committee of the Lehigh Conference of Churches, stand in solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters and against ACT for America’s planned “March Against Sharia” scheduled for June 10th in Harrisburg locally and up to twenty other U.S. cities. We declare […]

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Empire or Resistance: A Clergy-Only Breakfast

This challenging moment calls for us to begin a dialogue that can lift us up and light the way towards the highest callings of our faiths—to love one another, to bear witness to our challenges and to create a space for vulnerability that allows us to move beyond our individual boundaries and silos to create community with one another.

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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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Heaven, Hell and the Hereafter

Respect Graduate School of Bethlehem and Temple Covenant of Peace of Easton will host an interfaith gathering at RGS featuring a vegetarian halal dinner (5:00 to 6:30 pm) and a panel discussion (6:30 to 8 pm), “How we view the Hereafter: Heaven, Hell and the Messiah.” This event is free for all ages and donations […]

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