The Psychology of Religion/The Religion of Psychology – March 6th at the Divinity School
The L.E.A.D. Conference is March 7th from 8am–3pm at Fourth Presbyterian Church. For more info & to register for the event, visit the McCormick website. Free for students!
God, Land & Love with John Bell– March 8th from 2pm-5pm at First United Church of Oak Park (848 Lake Street, Oak Park). Registration is $25 in advance; $35 at the door. Contact Mark Bowman for more info 773-316-8892 or: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Love: A Symposium to Celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Teresa of Avila – March 20th 9-4:30pm at CTU (5416 S Cornell Ave). $15 Cost, includes lunch. For more info: www.teresaofavila500th.com.
Levinas Reading – April 8-9th at the Divinity School
2015 World Mission Institute – Prisons: New Realities, New Mission. April 16-17th at LSTC. Keynote address by James Logan of Earlham College, 4/16 at 7pm. Workshops from 9am-1pm on 4/17. Free & open to the public.
Advocacy Training Weekend: April 17-20, 2015. “Breaking the Chains: Mass Incarceration and Systems of Exploitation”. Located in Washington, DC. Compassion, Peace, and Justice Training Day – 4/17. Ecumenical Advocacy Days: 4/17-4/20. For more info, visit the website: www.pcusa.org/washington.
The 35th International Conference on Critical Thinking and Educational Reform. July 25-30, 2015. Berkeley, CA. Conference Theme: Cultivating World Justice and Freedom of Thought Through Education and Social Reform. For more info, visit: www.criticalthinking.org.