Peace Forum is a weekly lunch and speaker series focusing on diverse peace and justice topics. The Bethany Theological Seminary, Earlham School of Religion, Earlham College and Richmond communities join together each week over a free, delicious lunch and rich conversation. We gather from 12-1pm every Thursday in the Earlham School of Religion Dining Room (228 College Avenue). All are welcome!
How can there be a free lunch? We are grateful for a grant from the John Baker Endowment Fund that covers many of our expenses. Moreover, we all work together to provide devotions, lunch, and clean-up. We also welcome donations! Contact Karen Duhai to add your name to the volunteer list.
Live Webcasts and Recordings
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Peace Forum webcast to participate live over the internet!
For those who cannot attend in person, Peace Forum presentations are being webcast so those at a distance can participate live as it happens. Additionally, these webcasts are being recorded, and most presentations can be viewed later.
- To participate live, simply follow the link above and login as a Guest.
- To access recordings of dozens of our previous sessions, visit our streaming video archive page of previous Peace Forum presentations.
Peace Forum Spring 2015 Schedule:
Feb. 5 - Scott Holland - Religion as a Source of Terror and Transformation
Feb. 12 - Lonnie Valentine - Cross Cultural Trip to India
Feb. 19 - Alex Cook & Crew - BDS Movement
Feb. 26 - Vineyard Central - New Monasticism, Economic Justice, and Theology of Place
Mar. 5 - Callif Keefe-Perry - Theopoetics and Peacemaking
Mar. 12 - Michael Burkle - Interfaith Dialogue
Mar. 26 - Preble Memorial Gardens - Green Burials
Apr. 2 - Nate Hosler - Church of the Brethren Office of Public Witness
Apr. 9 - Laura Leavell - Blessed Earth, Seminary Stewardship Alliance
Apr. 16 - Christie Walkuski - Environmental Justice Teach-In
Apr. 23 - David Carlson - Conversations on ISIS
Apr. 30 - Dawn Daniels - Storytelling and Peacemaking
To access the sessions you may have missed, visit Current Semester Peace Forum Sessions.
The complete Spring 2014 season is now available for viewing on the Previous Peace Forum Page!
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