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Recurring Event Event Series: Faithful Voter Weekly Discussion Group

Faithful Voter Weekly Discussion Group

October 4 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm CDT

Free

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will prioritize the common good and confront future crises that remind us of our interdependence? Many of the defining moral issues of our time are on the ballot: faltering democratic institutions, too much wealth in the hands of a few, damage to the climate, cruel immigration policies that tear families apart, mass incarceration that devastates communities of color, senseless gun violence, and threats to global public health and security. These challenges are daunting. To move forward in a spirit of hope, and to resist despair and cynicism, join this weekly discussion group where we’ll navigate the urgent moral questions raised by the coming election, allowing you to discern your path forward. Can’t make it every week? Join as you are able, or for those topics most of interest to you. The topic for each week’s discussion is given below. All attendees receive an electronic copy of the Faithful Voter Reflection Guide from Interfaith Power & Light, plus supplemental materials provided by the facilitator. Register on www.eventbrite.com. Contact Lisa Brenskelle at gcs.lrc@gmail.com with any questions.
Sept. 13: Protecting Our Sacred Earth
Sept. 20: Protecting Democracy & Voting Rights
Sept. 27: Loving Our Immigrant Neighbors
Oct. 4: Building an Economy of Inclusion
Oct. 11: Pursuing Restorative & Racial Justice
Oct. 18: Respecting the Dignity of LGBTQ People
Oct. 25: Protecting Everyone’s Health
Nov. 1: Creating a More Peaceful World

Venue

online (zoom or other)
virtual/online
United States
+ Google Map

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will prioritize the common good and confront future crises that remind us of our interdependence? Many of the defining moral issues of our time are on the ballot: faltering democratic institutions, too much wealth in the hands of a few, damage to the climate, cruel immigration policies that tear families apart, mass incarceration that devastates communities of color, senseless gun violence, and threats to global public health and security. These challenges are daunting. To move forward in a spirit of hope, and to resist despair and cynicism, join this weekly discussion group where we’ll navigate the urgent moral questions raised by the coming election, allowing you to discern your path forward. Can’t make it every week? Join as you are able, or for those topics most of interest to you. The topic for each week’s discussion is given below. All attendees receive an electronic copy of the Faithful Voter Reflection Guide from Interfaith Power & Light, plus supplemental materials provided by the facilitator. Register on www.eventbrite.com. Contact Lisa Brenskelle at gcs.lrc@gmail.com with any questions.
Sept. 13: Protecting Our Sacred Earth
Sept. 20: Protecting Democracy & Voting Rights
Sept. 27: Loving Our Immigrant Neighbors
Oct. 4: Building an Economy of Inclusion
Oct. 11: Pursuing Restorative & Racial Justice
Oct. 18: Respecting the Dignity of LGBTQ People
Oct. 25: Protecting Everyone’s Health
Nov. 1: Creating a More Peaceful World

Venue

online (zoom or other)
virtual/online
United States
+ Google Map

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will prioritize the common good and confront future crises that remind us of our interdependence? Many of the defining moral issues of our time are on the ballot: faltering democratic institutions, too much wealth in the hands of a few, damage to the climate, cruel immigration policies that tear families apart, mass incarceration that devastates communities of color, senseless gun violence, and threats to global public health and security. These challenges are daunting. To move forward in a spirit of hope, and to resist despair and cynicism, join this weekly discussion group where we’ll navigate the urgent moral questions raised by the coming election, allowing you to discern your path forward. Can’t make it every week? Join as you are able, or for those topics most of interest to you. The topic for each week’s discussion is given below. All attendees receive an electronic copy of the Faithful Voter Reflection Guide from Interfaith Power & Light, plus supplemental materials provided by the facilitator. Register on www.eventbrite.com. Contact Lisa Brenskelle at gcs.lrc@gmail.com with any questions.
Sept. 13: Protecting Our Sacred Earth
Sept. 20: Protecting Democracy & Voting Rights
Sept. 27: Loving Our Immigrant Neighbors
Oct. 4: Building an Economy of Inclusion
Oct. 11: Pursuing Restorative & Racial Justice
Oct. 18: Respecting the Dignity of LGBTQ People
Oct. 25: Protecting Everyone’s Health
Nov. 1: Creating a More Peaceful World

Venue

online (zoom or other)
virtual/online
United States
+ Google Map

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will prioritize the common good and confront future crises that remind us of our interdependence? Many of the defining moral issues of our time are on the ballot: faltering democratic institutions, too much wealth in the hands of a few, damage to the climate, cruel immigration policies that tear families apart, mass incarceration that devastates communities of color, senseless gun violence, and threats to global public health and security. These challenges are daunting. To move forward in a spirit of hope, and to resist despair and cynicism, join this weekly discussion group where we’ll navigate the urgent moral questions raised by the coming election, allowing you to discern your path forward. Can’t make it every week? Join as you are able, or for those topics most of interest to you. The topic for each week’s discussion is given below. All attendees receive an electronic copy of the Faithful Voter Reflection Guide from Interfaith Power & Light, plus supplemental materials provided by the facilitator. Register on www.eventbrite.com. Contact Lisa Brenskelle at gcs.lrc@gmail.com with any questions.
Sept. 13: Protecting Our Sacred Earth
Sept. 20: Protecting Democracy & Voting Rights
Sept. 27: Loving Our Immigrant Neighbors
Oct. 4: Building an Economy of Inclusion
Oct. 11: Pursuing Restorative & Racial Justice
Oct. 18: Respecting the Dignity of LGBTQ People
Oct. 25: Protecting Everyone’s Health
Nov. 1: Creating a More Peaceful World

Venue

online (zoom or other)
virtual/online
United States
+ Google Map

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will prioritize the common good and confront future crises that remind us of our interdependence? Many of the defining moral issues of our time are on the ballot: faltering democratic institutions, too much wealth in the hands of a few, damage to the climate, cruel immigration policies that tear families apart, mass incarceration that devastates communities of color, senseless gun violence, and threats to global public health and security. These challenges are daunting. To move forward in a spirit of hope, and to resist despair and cynicism, join this weekly discussion group where we’ll navigate the urgent moral questions raised by the coming election, allowing you to discern your path forward. Can’t make it every week? Join as you are able, or for those topics most of interest to you. The topic for each week’s discussion is given below. All attendees receive an electronic copy of the Faithful Voter Reflection Guide from Interfaith Power & Light, plus supplemental materials provided by the facilitator. Register on www.eventbrite.com. Contact Lisa Brenskelle at gcs.lrc@gmail.com with any questions.
Sept. 13: Protecting Our Sacred Earth
Sept. 20: Protecting Democracy & Voting Rights
Sept. 27: Loving Our Immigrant Neighbors
Oct. 4: Building an Economy of Inclusion
Oct. 11: Pursuing Restorative & Racial Justice
Oct. 18: Respecting the Dignity of LGBTQ People
Oct. 25: Protecting Everyone’s Health
Nov. 1: Creating a More Peaceful World

Venue

online (zoom or other)
virtual/online
United States
+ Google Map

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will prioritize the common good and confront future crises that remind us of our interdependence? Many of the defining moral issues of our time are on the ballot: faltering democratic institutions, too much wealth in the hands of a few, damage to the climate, cruel immigration policies that tear families apart, mass incarceration that devastates communities of color, senseless gun violence, and threats to global public health and security. These challenges are daunting. To move forward in a spirit of hope, and to resist despair and cynicism, join this weekly discussion group where we’ll navigate the urgent moral questions raised by the coming election, allowing you to discern your path forward. Can’t make it every week? Join as you are able, or for those topics most of interest to you. The topic for each week’s discussion is given below. All attendees receive an electronic copy of the Faithful Voter Reflection Guide from Interfaith Power & Light, plus supplemental materials provided by the facilitator. Register on www.eventbrite.com. Contact Lisa Brenskelle at gcs.lrc@gmail.com with any questions.
Sept. 13: Protecting Our Sacred Earth
Sept. 20: Protecting Democracy & Voting Rights
Sept. 27: Loving Our Immigrant Neighbors
Oct. 4: Building an Economy of Inclusion
Oct. 11: Pursuing Restorative & Racial Justice
Oct. 18: Respecting the Dignity of LGBTQ People
Oct. 25: Protecting Everyone’s Health
Nov. 1: Creating a More Peaceful World

Venue

online (zoom or other)
virtual/online
United States
+ Google Map

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will prioritize the common good and confront future crises that remind us of our interdependence? Many of the defining moral issues of our time are on the ballot: faltering democratic institutions, too much wealth in the hands of a few, damage to the climate, cruel immigration policies that tear families apart, mass incarceration that devastates communities of color, senseless gun violence, and threats to global public health and security. These challenges are daunting. To move forward in a spirit of hope, and to resist despair and cynicism, join this weekly discussion group where we’ll navigate the urgent moral questions raised by the coming election, allowing you to discern your path forward. Can’t make it every week? Join as you are able, or for those topics most of interest to you. The topic for each week’s discussion is given below. All attendees receive an electronic copy of the Faithful Voter Reflection Guide from Interfaith Power & Light, plus supplemental materials provided by the facilitator. Register on www.eventbrite.com. Contact Lisa Brenskelle at gcs.lrc@gmail.com with any questions.
Sept. 13: Protecting Our Sacred Earth
Sept. 20: Protecting Democracy & Voting Rights
Sept. 27: Loving Our Immigrant Neighbors
Oct. 4: Building an Economy of Inclusion
Oct. 11: Pursuing Restorative & Racial Justice
Oct. 18: Respecting the Dignity of LGBTQ People
Oct. 25: Protecting Everyone’s Health
Nov. 1: Creating a More Peaceful World

Venue

online (zoom or other)
virtual/online
United States
+ Google Map

As people of faith and conscience, we believe elections are a referendum on the values that will shape our future. How can we renew our fragile democracy? How do we honor the human dignity of every person? Will we protect our Sacred Earth and our children’s future? What policies will prioritize the common good and confront future crises that remind us of our interdependence? Many of the defining moral issues of our time are on the ballot: faltering democratic institutions, too much wealth in the hands of a few, damage to the climate, cruel immigration policies that tear families apart, mass incarceration that devastates communities of color, senseless gun violence, and threats to global public health and security. These challenges are daunting. To move forward in a spirit of hope, and to resist despair and cynicism, join this weekly discussion group where we’ll navigate the urgent moral questions raised by the coming election, allowing you to discern your path forward. Can’t make it every week? Join as you are able, or for those topics most of interest to you. The topic for each week’s discussion is given below. All attendees receive an electronic copy of the Faithful Voter Reflection Guide from Interfaith Power & Light, plus supplemental materials provided by the facilitator. Register on www.eventbrite.com. Contact Lisa Brenskelle at gcs.lrc@gmail.com with any questions.
Sept. 13: Protecting Our Sacred Earth
Sept. 20: Protecting Democracy & Voting Rights
Sept. 27: Loving Our Immigrant Neighbors
Oct. 4: Building an Economy of Inclusion
Oct. 11: Pursuing Restorative & Racial Justice
Oct. 18: Respecting the Dignity of LGBTQ People
Oct. 25: Protecting Everyone’s Health
Nov. 1: Creating a More Peaceful World

Venue

online (zoom or other)
virtual/online
United States
+ Google Map