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6:30-9:00 PM at various locations throughout Greenville County. Sponsored by Greenville Interfaith Forum. This event is a program bringing people of diverse backgrounds together in private homes to share a meal and reflect on the role of faith, spirituality and shared values in their lives.

*Featured on United Religions Initiative (URI) website: The Power in the Breaking of Bread Together — Amazing Faiths Dinner Dialogues

This event has been canceled due to inclement weather.

The Solidarity Bridge in honor of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King

Date:  Friday, January 24, 2020
Time: 4-5:00 PM
Where: 
At the Cancer Survivors Bridge and Park (24 Cleveland St, Greenville, SC)

You are invited to stand with a diverse group of people who believe that hate and fear are cancers that can be healed by love and solidarity!

Message from Rabbi Marko: 

“We would certainly appreciate you spreading the word about the Solidarity Bridge event to be held on Friday, January 24th, at 4:00 at the Cancer Survivors Park and Bridge. Those of you who serve congregations, it would be great if you could make personal mention of it from your pulpit this weekend.  And please feel free to spread it to any colleagues or groups you feel might be interested.  We’re hoping for a great showing and will definitely be inviting media coverage.”

Questions?  Contact:
Rabbi Mathew Marko:  rabbi@bethisraelsc.org
Reverend Ronald  A. Smith, Sr.:  ralandrus@aol.com

Printable PDF for  Solidarity Bridge 2020

5:30 pm  – 7:00 pm
January 14, 2020
Baha’i Center

132 Greenacre Rd, Greenville, SC, 29607, United States

 

  • Saturday, January 11, 2020
  • At the Greenville Baha’i Center (132 Greenacre Road, Greenville 29607)
  • 6:00 PM Potluck dinner, 7:00 PM Presentation followed by Q & A

Sponsored by Interfaith Forum Greenville and the Greenville Baha’i Community

Join us for a fascinating presentation about a unique program – Church St. Place at Poe Mill Project – an alliance of diverse individuals, religious groups, and civic organizations whose goal is to combat chronic homelessness in Greenville. Learn about the humanitarian as well as economic success of its parent project, Reedy Place (est. in Greenville in 2006), and discover why this unique refuge for the homeless mentally ill is leading the way as a model of best-practice. And, most importantly, learn what actions you can take, large and small, to get our most vulnerable citizens off the streets and into permanent supportive housing. Presenters: Jim Carroll and Bill Kaiser (Directors of the Church Street Place at Poe Mill Project)

Bring a dish and join us for the potluck dinner at 6:00 PM and stay for the program, or just come at 7:00 for the program!

Questions? Call 864-901-5426

 

Saturday, December 21st

5:00 – 7:00 pm

The Whole Health Collective

530 Howell Rd, Ste 100, Greenville, SC

 

If there’s one thing that is common to all celebrations this time of year, it is light. People from all walks of life, varied faith paths, philosophies, and traditions find a point of convergence and unity in the simple appreciation of light.

Join us as we celebrate the Light in everyone and all things, on this shortest day and longest night of the year known as the Winter Solstice.

Hear reflections from members of our community, honoring all paths and sharing about each of them in a sacred way.

Enjoy live musical performances that complement these vignettes and will move you to sing along.

Sample light finger food, beverages, and desserts.

Meet and get to know the Light in one another.

Love Offering

RSVP & Learn More at: www.CSLGreenville.org & GreenvilleCSL@gmail.com

Text or Call Rev. Marcia MacLean at: 561-676-7997

The Monday before Thanksgiving, the bridge on the 400-block of S. Main Street will be closed to traffic, inviting strangers and friends to gather and share a potluck meal in the middle of the street at one long table. There are no fees, no expectations, and no agenda – just an open invitation to all.

Please join us
WHAT: GRATEFULL GVL – First annual city-wide potluck meal, free and open to the public
WHY: To bring all socio-economic, ethnic and cultural segments of our community together to share a meal and a conversation
WHEN: Monday, November 25th from 11:30 AM -1:30 PM
WHERE: At one long table over the Main Street bridge (between Broad and Falls Park Streets)
HOW YOU CAN HELP:
1) Join us for lunch;
2) Bring a dish to share;
3) Buy lunch for a friend /”Pay it forward” for $25;
4) Buy a 2019 Grateful! t-shirt for $20 Visit the website: gratefullgvl.com
TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS:
1) By Bus – Greenlink is providing free transportation between 10:00 AM -2:00 PM from all 12 Greenville bus routes to the transfer station on McBee Street. Shuttles from McBee to the event will be provided for anyone needing assistance.
2) By Car – downtown parking maps – see website for drivers’ information.
3) By Organizations’ Van or Bus – bring interested members of your community to the event.

Save the date, help spread the word and pian to join us as we come together to feed our neighbors and our souls and to express our gratefulness for diversity, inclusion and a shared meal!

6:30-9:00 PM at various locations throughout Greenville County. Sponsored by Greenville Interfaith Forum. This event is a program bringing people of diverse backgrounds together in private homes to share a meal and reflect on the role of faith, spirituality and shared values in their lives.

*Featured on United Religions Initiative (URI) website: The Power in the Breaking of Bread Together — Amazing Faiths Dinner Dialogues