Christian Hayden, member of the Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia and Future of Ethical Societies, will explore his year of service in Northern Ghana with the Humanist Service Corps, using reflections and poetry. Join him as he wrestles with spirituality, identity, and his struggle to find presence and peace with an expanded worldview and a broader definition of home.
Christian Hayden lives in Philadelphia, and is a community educator with a domestic violence organization. He enjoys hip hop, learning languages, and creating reflective spaces.
What does it mean to be a person of courage? What does it mean to be a community of courage? For October, 2017, we’ll explore this theme in several different ways on Sunday.
We join hundreds of congregations around the country and with the Interfaith Immigration Coalition in a “DREAM Sabbath” standing in solidarity with immigrant youth.
The Interfaith Immigration Coalition (IIC) is a partnership of faith-based organizations committed to enacting fair and humane immigration reform that reflects a mandate to welcome the stranger and treat all human beings with dignity and respect. Coalition members work together to advocate for just and equitable immigration policies, educate faith communities, and serve immigrant populations around the country.
Speaker: Mishal Pahrand, an Assisting Attorney for Justice for Our Neighbors (JFON). From the organization’s description: Justice for Our Neighbors is a ministry of hospitality that welcomes immigrants by providing free, high-quality immigration legal services, engaging in advocacy for immigrants’ rights, and offering education to communities of faith and the public.