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  • Fri., Jan. 24, 6:30-8 p.m.

    Springfield Baha'i Center

    1131 S. Eighth St., Springfield Springfield Area

    Free

    Dr. Marufi from Turkey will give a presentation and lead the discussion. Light refreshments and fellowship follow. 217-546-9171
  • Fri., Jan. 24, 10:30 a.m.

    Senior Services of Central Illinois

    701 W. Mason St., Springfield Springfield Area

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    Remembrance ceremony. Feel free to bring photos or items of your loved ones to share on the Remembrance Table. Submit names to Barb Hipsher by Jan. 13 if you would like them to be included in the Remembrance program. Refreshments available after the ceremony. 217-528-4035
  • Sun., Jan. 26, 10:30 a.m.

    Abraham Lincoln Unitarian Universalist Congregation

    745 Woodside Road, Springfield Lake Springfield Area

    Free

    Robert Burns was quite a character in his own age and a very prolific poet and lyricist, as well. Lesser known is that he was a Unitarian. Among his devotees was Abraham Lincoln himself. What do his poems and songs reveal about Burns’ spiritual nature? Presented by Rev. Martin Woulfe. 217-585-9550
  • Thu., Jan. 30, 7-9 p.m.

    UIS Student Union Ballroom

    2251 Richard Wright Dr., Springfield Lake Springfield Area

    Free

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    No matter your profession or faith, in order to develop and sustain a collegial and productive work environment, it is important to understand your own faith-based beliefs, and to be aware and understanding of the faith-based beliefs of your peers in the field in which you work. Parth Bhansali will present and examine interfaith challenges from a Hindu perspective, the importance of interfaith work in non-faith-based professions, and discuss ways to empathize and educate those who do not know much about different faiths. 217-206-6245
  • Sun., Feb. 2, 10:30 a.m.

    Abraham Lincoln Unitarian Universalist Congregation

    745 Woodside Road, Springfield Lake Springfield Area

    Free

    The phrase White Supremacy has increased in usage during the past few years and has been applied to the American experience in general, and even to liberal religion. What does it mean, and how does it relate to other phrases like White Nationalism, White Separatism, Christian Nationalism and Dominionism? What is the challenge for religious liberals? Presented by Rev. Martin Woulfe. 217-585-9550