Hudson Memorial Presbyterian Church invites the Pullen family to the 21st Century Peace and Reconciliation Lenten Series. There will be three Sundays in Lent where the greater Raleigh community is invited to participate in an evening for presentation, Q&A and fellowship. Together we will engage in thoughtful consideration of the ways faith informs discipleship, specifically around the topics of peace and reconciliation in our lives. Please see the link below for details.
The Islamic Association of Raleigh is hosting its annual Open House event Saturday March 11th from 11am to 4pm, featuring tours of the Mosque, lunch, and a keynote address by Imam AbuTaleb. Come and learn about Islam, Muslim culture, and sample culinary treats from around the world.
Open House 2017: Meet Your Fellow American Muslims
11:00am – Arrival and Tour of the Mosque
12:00pm – What is Islam? Who are the Muslims? Presentation
12:45pm – Call to Prayer
1:00pm – Observe Mid-Day Prayer
1:15pm – Quran Recitation and Translation
1:30pm – Keynote Speech followed by Q&A by Imam AbuTaleb PhD.
2:30pm – Lunch
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A note from the Outreach Committee of the Women’s March on Raleigh:
2016 has been challenging for many of you and your members. We at The Women’s March on Raleigh will start 2017 in an affirming way as we show our solidarity for The Women’s March on Washington DC by having a local march in Raleigh. We invite you to be a part of this day in support, solidarity, and sharing along with many other local and state groups. The event will include a march and a rally, including speakers and entertainers.
We invite you to be a part by:
- Donating to help cover our expenses
- Promoting this event to your members and allies.
- Bringing a delegation to the march and rally.
- Encouraging people to volunteer at the event.
Details at: womensmarchonraleigh.
For more information, see this Fact Sheet.
Triangle Interfaith Alliance presents an afternoon devotional of prayer and thoughts regarding Unity in Diversity.
When: Sunday, January 8, 2017 at 3 PM
Where: Kadampa Center, 5412 Etta Burke Court, Raleigh
Format: Presenters will share a brief prayer or thought from their faith tradition
Food: Light refreshments will be provided
Triangle Interfaith Alliance members represent diverse faith traditions including Baha’i, Christian, Jain, Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, Jewish, Native American, and Sikh, as well as those with no particular affiliation who are interested in interfaith work. We invite you to learn more about our activities and to help us promote interfaith understanding, cooperation, and a compassionate community in the Triangle area.
Please join us for the North Carolina premiere of CARE, a stunning 1-hour documentary on the challenges faced by three aging Americans, their families and the people who care for them. The event is free.
When: Thursday, September 8, 6 PM
Where: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh, 3313 Wade Ave.
The film will be immediately followed by a panel discussion featuring:
- Representative Yvonne Lewis Holley
- Kim Thomas, CNA LPN, professional home are worker
- Bill Lamb, retired director, UNC’s Institute on Agin and Director of Friends of Residents in Long-Term Care
CARE offers a rare and intimate glimpse into the people and relationships that make up the world of paid home care. Undocumented Vilma lovingly cares for her 93-year-old Dee – a long-time independent businesswoman – who grapples with dementia 3,000 miles away from her closest family. Hurricane Sandy survivor, Delores patiently and expertly serves her clients, even as she faces homelessness. Peter was a reporter and CBS executive until a vicious form of Parkinson’s ended his work life. He and his wife Toni were looking forward to retirement and travel. Now the struggle to keep Peter home and to protect themselves from financial ruin.