Spirituality and Education: A Wholistic Curriculum to Cultivate Awakened Schools
Reclaiming Rights of Passage and Coming of Age Celebrations: A Panel Conversation
Cultivating A Soulful Image of Your Child with Japa Buckner & Jud Hendrix - Part 3
Why Religious & Mythic Imagination is Important for Children’s Development - Dr. Brad Wigger
Cultivating A Soulful Image of Your Child with Japa Buckner & Jud Hendrix - Part 1
Cultivating Environments For Thriving Children: A Panel Conversation of Experts and Organizational Leaders
Faith and Fathering
Naming and Claiming Rituals and Celebrations: An Interfaith/Intercultural Panel Conversation
Soulful Places and Spaces: A Conversation with Local Soul Crafting Organizations
Perspectives on the Soul: An Inter-Wisdom Panel of Religious and Spiritual Leaders
Tending the Spirit: A Conversation with Local Spiritual Directors
Celebrating Louisville's Diverse Communities of Faith! Exploring different religious traditions and looking at the ways each tradition uniquely expresses the twelve common characteristics of religion through conversations with local leaders and participants.
Louisville Baha'i Community | 6/15/20
Hindu Temple of Kentucky (Part 1) | 8/17/20
Hindu Temple of Kentucky (Part 2) | 9/21/20
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints | 4/28/21
Ben Sollee, Kentucky-born cellist, composer, and singer | 7/14/20
What is My America, Students from the Spalding School of Social Work | 6/30/20
Chef Anoush Shariat of Anoosh Bistro and Noosh Nosh | 6/9/20
Deep Dive Into the Heart Triad (2,3,4) | 6/12/20
Deep Dive Into the Head Triad (5,6,7) | 6/19/20
Deep Dive Into Instinctual Triad (8,9,1) | 6/26/20
Bridging City and Country: A Conversation with Kentucky Rural Exchange | 8/20/20
YBM: The Black Experience in Louisville | 8/13/20
Dialogue Methods: How to Move From Talking Nice to Generative Dialogue | 8/6/20
Louisville Baha'i Community | 5/5/21
Louisville Zen Center | 4/21/21
Rev. Dr. Angela Johnson
Grace Hope Presbyterian | 3/17/21
Rev. Mary Alice Birdwhistell
Highland Baptist Church | 3/3/21
Dr. Ricky Jones | 8/26/20
Shameka Parrish Wright | 7/15/20
Community religious and spiritual leaders reflect on their religious traditions resources, and perspectives on vaccinations and how they plan to emerge from the Pandemic. Panelists: Johnny Alse, Hindu Temple of Kentucky; Dr. Muhammad Babar, Muslim Americans for Compassion; Rev. Mary Alice Birdwhistell, Highland Baptist Church; Rev. Jason Crosby, Crescent Hill Baptist Church; Dr. Jahangir Cyrus, Louisville Baha'i Community; Cantor Sharon Hordes, Keneseth Israel Congregation.
Four Chaplains Day commemorates the events of February 3rd, 1942, when the USAT Dorchester sank as four Chaplains gave their lives to comfort and save other men on the ship. To commemorate this day, IPP recognized and celebrated Chaplains serving across our community by interviewing several local and national Chaplains about what they love about their work.
In partnership with the University of Louisville's Trager Institute, IPP moderated one of their weekly COVID-19 informational sessions. This session featured a panel of Kentucky religious leaders discussing creative ways to reopen to in-person experiences while keeping communities safe & healthy. Listen to their unique perspectives about how their communities are responding to the challenges and opportunities of reopening.
Discussion about the religious teachings and traditions that might inform how clergy can guide congregations when navigating the complex dynamics related to reopening our congregations. Facilitated by Rabbi Nadia Siritsky. Panelists: Father Bill Hammer, Rev. Dr. Carol Harston, Rev. Peggy Hinds, Imam Wasif Iqbal, Rev. Lori Kyle, Rabbi Michael Wolk
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