Are you working to solve some of the world’s biggest problems? Are you dedicated to improving the life outcomes of black men and boys in the U.S.? Are you the next-generation social entrepreneurs and committed to working on innovations in mitigation and adaptation to climate change? If so, Echoing Green wants to hear from you. […]
ICNY’s E-bulletin for December: Ring Out, Wild Bells, Celebrate Rumi, Enroll Religious Worlds of New York
December 2013 Interfaith Center of New York E-Announcements Dear Friends, This month, The Interfaith Center of New York will hold the 29th Annual Rabbi Marshall Meyer Retreat on Child Welfare and Foster Care thanks to generous grants from the Daniel and Joanna Rose Fund and the Casey Family Programs. The Retreat will include an address […]
K-12 teachers at public, private, and faith-based schools are invited to apply for an NEH summer institute for school teachers
Religious Worlds of New York: Teaching the Everyday Life of American Religious Diversity The institute will bring twenty-five teachers from throughout the United States to New York City, to work with leading scholars of religion, meet with diverse religious leaders, visit local houses of worship, and conduct original field research. This combination of classroom and […]
“The Gathering of the New Revolution” – Memories of Annie Rawlings, by her Father, Rev. Charles Rawlings
Offered by Annie’s father, Rev. Charles Rawlings, at the memorial service on Tuesday, November 12, 2013.
We are excited to announce that we will be joined by Ronald Richter, Commissioner of the NYC Administration of Children’s Services (ACS) at our next Rabbi Marshall Meyer Retreat. There will be an ACS Demystified session in the morning to help dispel stereotypes about this agency; hear about child welfare committees/ministries in houses of worship […]
Thank you Elly Mason-Murray for collecting these photos of Annie from family, friends and colleagues.
Community Works Journal—Online Magazine for Educators FEATURED ESSAY Encountering Self and Other in Community-Based Education By HENRY GOLDSCHMIDT Place-based and community-based educators are united in our efforts to break down the barriers between classrooms and communities—to ground education in experiential, student-centered encounters with the social and natural world. We work to enrich, and perhaps transform, our […]
Announcing a free program for students at local congregations, faith-based organizations, and schools. With support from the Open Society Foundations and International Debate Education Association, ICNY is pleased to offer the third annual Debate in the Neighborhood program, starting in January 2014. Students in the program will receive training in public speaking, critical thinking, and […]
The Interfaith Center of New York Presents The 29th Rabbi Marshall T. Meyer Retreat for Social Justice: Child Welfare and Foster Care
WHERE: The Interchurch Center, 475 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10115, Sockman Lounge (Enter at 60 Claremont Avenue; #1 train to 116th & Columbia University) WHEN: Wednesday, December 4th, 2013, 8:30am – 5:00pm. Registration required. RSVP form available via the Interfaith Center website. Please complete and fax to (212) 870-3499, or by email to email@example.com. WHAT: […]
The service for Annie was held yesterday and was a tremendous outpouring of respect and love for a dear departed family member, friend and colleague. The estimated 350 people in attendance give testimony to Annie’s amazing ability to touch and improve so many people’s lives. Thank you to the many faith leaders from Buddhist, Hindu, […]