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Why Faith & Sustainability? Pre-Forum Dialogues
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Pre-Forum Interfaith Dialogues:

In preparation and anticipation of the event the ICA coordinated 4 focused conversations in community houses of worship. These pre-forum sessions will inform day of discussion:

Sept 9th 6:30-8:15pm @ Old St. Patrick’s Church700 W Adams St, Chicago, IL
Join us for a focused conversation on Pope Francis’ recent encyclical about caring for creation and working towards justice for our most vulnerable communities. The Institute of Cultural Affairs will facilitate this interfaith dialog as part of a series of events leading up to a city-wide Faith and Sustainability Forum on October 23rd.


Sept 17th 7:30-9pm @ St. Edmund Parish188 S Oak Park Ave, Oak Park
Co-sponsored: Interfaith Green Network, join us for a focused conversation sparked by Pope Francis’ recent encyclical about caring for creation and working towards justice for our most vulnerable communities. The Institute of Cultural Affairs will facilitate this interfaith dialog as part of a series of events leading up to a city-wide Faith and Sustainability Forum on October 23rd.

Sept 29th 7-8:30pm @ Emanuel Congregation5959 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago
Chicago communities and the nation overall are at a tipping point for justice demonstrated by organizations rallying for recognition and action both locally and nationally. As community grounded institutions, faith organizations have a crucial role to play in responding to social and environmental crises. Join us for a focused conversation about the role houses of worship can play in caring for our children, neighbors, and earth in a just and sustainable way.      

Oct 8th 7-8:30pm @ Englewood Rust6400 S. Stewart, Chicago, IL
Join us for a focused conversation about caring for creation and working towards justice within our communities. The Institute of Cultural Affairs will facilitate this interfaith dialog as part of a series of events leading up to a city-wide Faith and Sustainability Forum on October 23rd.


 

Wrapping up the pre-forum interfaith dialogues

ICA & CSLN members organized 4 geographically dispersed interfaith dialogues about the role of Faith in the Sustainability movement. 75 Chicago community residents were engaged by the end of the 4 event series and their input will be incorporated into the Oct. 23rd event. Thank you to all our participants, partners, and hosts!