In the spirit of interfaith dialogue, Interfaith Action of Evanston is delighted to offer this opportunity to share events and activities among our faith communities. This website bulletin board invites information about performances, lectures, projects, or fund-raisers for causes of common interest that welcome participation by folks beyond your faith community. Just click here to fill out the submission form.
Northminster Presbyterian Church Announces North of Chicago: Shorefront Stories and Legacies Exhibition
Northminster Presbyterian Church (located at 2515 Central Park in Evanston) is pleased to announce the September 26th opening of North of Chicago: Shorefront Stories and Legacies in its Tower Gallery exhibition space. In partnership with Shorefront Legacy Center, this exhibition will feature portraits and panels from the Shorefront traveling exhibition collection, highlighting the stories and legacies of African-American life on Chicago’s North Shore.
The exhibition will be in place through November 21st with several public opportunities for viewing during that time.
This exhibition is hosted by the Racial Justice Task Force and the Worship, Music and the Arts Committee of Northminster Presbyterian Church. For most current exhibition information, call the church office at 847-869-9210.
UCE Hosts Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic: August 24, 2-6 pm – The Unitarian Church of Evanston is hosting a Vaccination Clinic with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) on Tuesday, August 24 from 2-6 pm and Tuesday, September 14 at 2-6 pm for the 2nd dose. Register at the link below or Walk in on the day of.
Ages 12+ are welcome No insurance needed 2 dose and 1 dose vaccines will be available Please share about this opportunity with everyone you know! This will be a quick and easy way to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 Virus.
Facebook Event Link: https://fb.me/e/1A0EzU00R
Hosted by: Unitarian Church of Evanston & the UCE Endowment Fund, In partnership with: Interfaith Action, Lake Street Church, Northminster Presbyterian Church, Sherman United Methodist Church, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
“Reparations” is a word sparking public curiosity — and controversy. The reparations conversation has moved into action as politicians, academic institutions and religious denominations across the country have recognized their role and responsibility to help right the massive wrongs of slavery and its aftermath.
This three-session workshop Series will explore what “reparation” means, how Evanston’s history of exclusion and discrimination calls for repair, what is happening with our current Reparations programs — and consider how we, as people of faith, are called to act at this significant moment in history.
Register today to attend a three-part workshop on Faith, Justice and Reparations in Evanston. Sessions will take place on Sunday afternoons from 4 to 5:30 on September 19, 26, and October 3, via Zoom. We will explore what “reparation” means, how Evanston’s history of exclusion and discrimination calls for repair, what is happening with our current Reparations programs — and consider how we, as people of faith, are called to act at this significant moment in history. For more information and registration: https://tinyurl.com/evanston-reparations