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HMS Winter/Spring Series: Native-led Healing Work
Healing Minnesota Stories is hosting a series of four monthly dialogues with Native American leaders and the healing work they are doing in the community. This is a follow-up to The Doctrine of Discovery series. Our next event features Cris Stainbrook (Oglala Lakota) president of the Land Tenure Foundation, March 9 @ SPACC, from 6:30-8:30 Click to learn more
SPIN Midday Interfaith Dialogues; March Midday Interfaith Dialogue Cancelled to Focus Support on Other Key Interfaith Events:
“Crossing Bridges: Selma to Minnesota,” an interfaith/community program and march, Sunday afternoon, March 8, 2:00-4:00 p.m., beginning at the Capitol, ending at Central Presbyterian. SPIN is joining in the planning and sponsorship the Crossing Bridges: Selma to Minnesota because of its significance to community life and because it is being led by a broad interfaith coalition from the Twin Cities area and beyond. As the purpose statement says: “We gather to re-commit to new levels of action for justice,” a critically important thing for the interfaith community to do on this important anniversary in our nation/world’s history. Please join us for this event. Click for more information
Joint Religious Legislative Coalition (JRLC) Day on the Hill. Tuesday, March 10, 8:30 a.m. to noon (plus optional visits with legislators in the afternoon), at the River Center, St. Paul.
Inter-Belief Conversation Cafe; Define your God How does one give God a definition? Should one try? Some may see God like the Old Man of Days described by the Prophet Daniel as an elderly gentleman with a white beard. Some see Jesus. Some may see one of the spectacular scenes of space in a photograph from the Hubble telescope.On Monday, March 16 from 7-8:45 PMat the St. Paul Area Council of Churches, 1671 Summit Avenue (corner of Summit & Pierce)in St. Paul, Inter-belief Conversation Café will attempt to define the perhaps undefinable.