On Tuesday, May 9th, the San Antonio chapter of Americans United will host a showing of the film “God and Governing”, followed by a panel discussion by religious leaders. This film is a production of the Texas Tribune, and includes interviews of members of the Texas legislature regarding their views of the connection between personal faith and public policy. It will be introduced by the producer of the film. The panel following will discuss their reactions to the film and…Find out more »
From their towering spires to colorful stained glass windows, the historic Eastside churches of San Antonio tell the story of communities built upon a strong foundation of faith. Many congregations trace their histories back over a century, and their houses of worship feature an impressive diversity of architectural styles. On May 10, join OHP for an evening exploring the traditions and religious heritage of the Eastside, beginning with a self-paced tour of four historic churches followed by a reception and…Find out more »
Register By: May 2 Please join us in a time of fellowship and dialogue as we break bread together. In sharing a meal, we will also share stories of our faiths and traditions. We can learn so much from our Arab neighbors. This promises to be a unique time set apart to strengthen ties and friendships across faiths and communities. In 1997, Narjis Pierre co-founded the San Antonio Muslim Women’s Association. She has been a participant in the Tri-Faith Dialogue…Find out more »
Join us for “In the Times of Protest: San Antonio Ordinances Restricting Public Demonstrations- A Workshop” on Saturday May 20, 10 AM- 1 PM at the Esperanza (922 San Pedro Ave.) This workshop will incorporate stories and experiences from organizers of recent marches and protests in the Post- Trump election era as well as historic local struggles against ordinances that restrict free speech at parks, the airport and streets/sidewalks. Speakers TBA. Pan Dulce y Café will be provided.Find out more »
June 11, is "Just One Day" - a day in which shelters across the nation have pledged to not kill any shelter pets. It is one day of not killing that could lead to a 2nd day and a 3rd day and so on for a No Kill Nation. June 11 is the day the citizens of San Antonio have selected to commemorate all the lives lost at ACS and on our city streets at a Candlelight Vigil - preventable…Find out more »
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