Soul Space Interfaith Women\\\'s Group/Chicago, IL

In United States of America by

01May2016

Let There Be Peace on Earth, and Let It Begin With Me

From 1:30am until 5:00pm

At Temple Jeremiah

977 Happ Road, Northfield, IL 60093

Kismet Saglam / 224-735-5432

This is a women\\\'s only event. Light snacks and coffee/tea will be served. Suggested $10 USD donation RSVP on our website: http://www.soulspaceinterfaith.org/register-for-a-retreat.html Join us as we listen to three speakers from Judaism, Christianity, and Islam share their thoughts about what each of the three faiths teaches about living peacefully with others, and how women can promote peace in many ways from social action or service to simple acts of kindness. We will hear their suggestions about how to stay peaceful in a turbulent world, how we all have the power to be a vessel of peace, and how we can be the change we want to see in others by the way we live our lives. ​ Presenters: Rabbi Emily Segal joined Temple Jeremiah as our Associate Rabbi in July of 2010. She was ordained at the Cincinnati Campus of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in June 2010 - During her time at HUC, Rabbi Segal served student pulpits in Shreveport, Louisiana and Fort Walton Beach, FL, as Music Director of Rockdale Temple in Cincinnati, and as rabbinic intern and youth group advisor at Temple Sholom of Cincinnati. She has extensive experience working with Jewish youth and brings this passion to Temple Jeremiah. Her rabbinic thesis was entitled, “Telling and Retelling: The Women’s Seder and Ritual Innovation.” Rabbi Segal grew up at Temple B’nai Shalom in Fairfax, Virginia. As a young person in her own temple youth group, she discovered a deep personal connection to Judaism through music. She went on to become an active member and leader of Hillel on the campus of the University of Virginia where she graduated with distinction with a Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Studies. Rohina Malik is a critically acclaimed playwright, actress and solo performance artist. She was born and raised in London, England, of South Asian heritage. Rohina is a resident playwright at Chicago Dramatists, and an artistic associate at the 16th Street Theater and a company member at Voyage Theater Company in NYC. Her work has been produced or developed at The Goodman Theatre, Victory Gardens Theater, 16th Street Theater, Crossroads Theater, Chicago Dramatists, Voyage Theater Company, Silk Road Rising and Theater Project Baltimore. Rohina\\\'s play \\\"The Mecca Tales\\\" was nominated for a Jeff Award for Best New Work and she was awarded the Y Award with the Evanston YWCA for her work to end racism and empower women. She is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America. Pastoral Associate and Director of the Christ the Teacher Institute - Mary Deeley earned a music degree from Dominican University, a Master\\\'s of Divinity from Yale Divinity School and a PhD in Hebrew Scripture and Early Christian Literature from Northwestern University. She has an abiding love for ministry and scripture and joined the staff as Pastoral Associate in 1997. Prior to working at Sheil, Mary put her degrees in music, ministry and scripture to use as both a campus minister and college and seminary professor of Old Testament and Hebrew. Mary\\\'s experience in liturgy, music, ministry, counseling and spiritual direction provides an excellent background for her work at Sheil where she advises the Catholic Scholars, teaches in the Institute, and works with students and others in discernment processes, leadership development, spiritual direction, and formation. In addition, Mary brings her expertise in scripture to Sheil\\\'s Bible Study program, on retreats and to the many conversations about faith within the Sheil community. She is a frequent speaker at retreats and conferences on such diverse topics as evangelization, discernment, preaching, liturgical and Celtic Spirituality, prayer, ministry, and leadership. And she occasionally teaches courses in scripture, preaching, and spirituality. Mary is the author of a Mothers, Lovers, Priests, Prophets, and Kings: What the Old Testament Tells Us About God and Ourselves, Daybreaks: Daily Reflections for Advent and Christmas, and Remembering God: Resting in the Midst of Life all published by Liguori Press, as well as numerous reflections and articles on the bible, lectionary readings, scripture, campus ministry, and young adults.

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