The 18th annual Interfaith Walk for Peace and Reconciliation honors the SPIRIT of prior Walks with a VIRTUAL 2021 Peace Walk. All are invited to join us at our FREE ZOOM GATHERING. This year’s Interfaith Peace Walk program will be similar to past Walks but adapted for a Zoom presentation as we did in 2020. We will include reflections, music, and prayers from various cultures and faith traditions. During the program we will offer breakout sessions for small group conversations to dialogue and share reflections as we had in past Walks when we traveled between houses of worship.
A virtual group to discuss the specific roles/identities society has regulated Black women to fit which often results in harmful outcomes. Identify coping mechanisms and process emotions regarding this issue in a group setting Open for Women of Color Led by Dr. Ebony White and Dr. Sam Ware 3/22/2021 session has been cancelled. Group will resume next week as scheduled.
Join Faith-Based and Interfaith Affairs on April 12, at 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. to hear from faith leaders, physicians, and public health experts about how having faith and fighting COVID-19 can happen simultaneously.
The Center for Autism will partner with CUAs to provide a Zoom Parent Café on “The Chords of Parenting: Finding Your Rhythm” to discuss protective factors, resiliency and concrete supports for families affected by ASD. This event is being held during Autism Awareness month. CFA will be offering wellness screenings. Attendees will engage in group discussion and also have the opportunity to ask questions and break out into one-on-one private sessions to complete the online screening.