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Robert A. Rees MONDAY  |  DECEMBER 14, 2020  |  7:30-9:00 pm Few people I know have exemplified the healing power of Christ in word and deed as well …

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“Perhaps the Mormon experience—which was in its initial phase a protest against the world of harsh capitalist individualism, but then through much of the twenty century became …

“If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Father who is in heaven give good things …

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VIRTUAL FAITH AGAIN    How can Jewish and Latter-Day Saint history help us be better minority allies?    Rabbi Sam Spector   TUES NOVEMBER 10, 2020 


VIRTUAL FAITH AGAIN     How can Christ help us heal ourselves and the other?    Bob Rees    MON DECEMBER 14, 2020 


VIRTUAL THINK AGAIN     How Living Room Conversations can heal America   Joan Blades   THURS  January 7, 2020    


Consider:

“Perhaps the Mormon experience—which was in its initial phase a protest against the world of harsh capitalist individualism, but then through much of the twenty century became …

“If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Father who is in heaven give good things …

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Robert A. Rees MONDAY  |  DECEMBER 14, 2020  |  7:30-9:00 pm Few people I know have exemplified the healing power of Christ in word and deed as well …

Rabbi Sam Spector TUESDAY  |  NOVEMBER 10 2020  |  7:30-9:00 pm Join Rabbi Sam Spector for a conversation about why he feels passionately about Black Lives and …

Jeff and Doug Christensen MONDAY  |  OCTOBER 26 2020  |  7:30-9:00 pm Explore with me how two well educated, thoughtful, good hearted brothers navigate their political differences. …

Sheriff Rosie Rivera THURSDAY  |  SEPTEMBER 3 2020  |  7:30-9:00 pm What does policing look like from the vantage point of the Salt Lake County Sheriff, who …

Rev. Dr. Fatimah S. Salleh THURSDAY  |  AUGUST 6 2020  |  7:30-9:00 pm How does faith—especially the Christian faith—intersect with themes of inequality and racial injustice? GATHERING …

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