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Diversity and Inclusion Training

Dates: Tuesdays, July 27 – Sept 14 
Time: 7 p.m. 
Cost: Free 

Ascension & Holy Trinity, Wyoming, is proud to offer Diversity and Inclusion Training for our parish and our neighbors. Diversity can happen without inclusion, yet inclusion cannot happen without diversity. As a church that states “All are Welcome because All Belong,” it is important that we all continue our growth efforts with diversity and inclusion.

We are excited to offer free professional training that will consist of eight weekly sessions. This training will be presented by A&HT parishioner Jim Getgey, who recently founded G2 Leadership Institute LLC and is a licensed presenter of the program titled “Another Seat at the Table.”

RSVP for the program with the A&HT office at office@ascensionholytrinity.com.

Connecting with our cathedral
Connecting with Procter Center
Repeat announcements
7th Annual Gaslight Chamber Music Series featuring members and guests of the Cincinnati Fusion Ensemble

July 23 & 24, 2021
7:30 p.m.
Calvary, Clifton

Jammin' at the James
Pure Chemistry
Saturday, July 24
5 to 9 p.m.

Jammin’ at the James is a family-friendly, free summer concert series held at St. James, Westwood. For t first concert for our 2021 series, Jammin’ at the James presents Pure Chemistry, a band that gives you a variety of music – from Jazz, R&B, Blues, Neo Soul, and Country.

So grab your family and a few chairs and head to the corner of Montana and Cheviot Avenues for an evening of fun with your neighbors at this free concert event! Food starts at 5 p.m.; the music starts at 6 p.m.

We will have snacks and non-alcoholic beverages available. Feel free to bring you own food or drinks as well.

Human Trafficking
EPF Human Trafficking Forum
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral’s (Cleveland, OH) chapter of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship will host an educational forum on human trafficking on Saturday, July 31 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Zoom. It will feature special guest speakers, an update on human services and resources in Ohio. Participants will learn about available resources and ways in which they can take action against human trafficking.

EPF Peacebuilding Project
Episcopal Peace Fellowship Peacebuilding Project
Episcopal Peace Fellowship kicks off a series of one-hour online presentations with "Fear in Church".

Sunday, August 1, 2021
4 p.m.

Panic buttons, locked doors, security teams in the aisles. If we can't feel safe in Church, what does that say about our community? There may be more to the fear/violence connection than first meets the eye.

The Rev. Rosalind C. Hughes, author of Whom Shall I Fear? will lead us in considering lessons from Scripture and experience as we reflect together on the fears that shape our lives today. 

House of Worship Security Program Training

presented by Ohio Crime Prevention Association

Thursday, August 26, 2021
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Youngstown, OH

Fourth Annual Cincinnati Festival of Faiths August 22 - 29
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Mark your calendar for the 4th Annual Cincinnati Festival of Faiths August 22-29, 2021 (virtually presented) This year’s theme: “Compassion through Action: We are in it Together.” Cultural, spiritual, and fun activities for all ages.

Cincinnati’s annual Festival of Faiths serves as the leading opportunity in Greater Cincinnati to bring together people of all faiths and communities to learn from each other and celebrate our differences. EquaSion’s festival has resulted in the creation of the most inclusive network of faith communities ever engaged in our region’s history.

Keep up with the latest information on the Festival of Faiths here.
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