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Stories From The Parliament

Stories from the Parliament of the World’s Religions December 4 6:00–8:00 PM Details: Members of IPSC will show and tell about their time at the world’s largest and oldest interfaith gathering, the Parliament of the World’s Religions. Hear about what we saw, what we learned, and what we’ll never forget! About Midlands Interfaith Meetup: Join old …

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If You Missed the Beaufort Annual Meeting

Here’s a full video of the program, including a keynote address by Carl Evans and his surprise award. Thank you, James Taylor, for your outstanding videography!

2018 In Review by IPSC President

It’s been quite a year! At our 2017 annual meeting we gathered in remembrance of our former President, Dr. Will Moreau Goins. Since then we have regrouped and kept moving in the best tradition of IPSC. Dr. Goins would surely be proud of the year we have had since then. We began, as has become …

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From Refugee To Neighbor: Nov 6 Midlands Interfaith Meetup

Who are refugees? How do refugees come to South Carolina? What does resettlement mean? Working closely with Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service and local faith organizations, Lutheran Services Carolinas welcomes refugees and immigrants and helps them transition into a new life and a new culture. Presenters Breigh Corley, Program Coordinator, and Dylan Gunnels, Refugee Services …

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Understanding Extremism: Oct 2 Midlands Interfaith Meetup

The issues of radicalization and de-radicalization are complex, often subtle, and open to multiple interpretations. Dr. Jonathan Leader, an anthropologist at the University of South Carolina, who teaches courses in law and conflict, religion, and the cultural analysis of terror will be sharing some of his perspectives on this important area of study and its …

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