Save the date.
Sponsored by Women's Interfaith Network
Monday, October 8, 2018 from 4-6 pm
Open to the Public
"Don't Sit On Your Hands! DO SOMETHING"
The Latino/Hispanic community's needs are many.
Come and learn what we can do to help.
Special guests will walk us through a number of options.
In the Reeb Room (formerly West Wing)
at the Unitarian Universalist Church
3975 Fruitville Road, Sarasota
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Save the date.
Come Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the
Women's Interfaith Network
September 22, 2018
1.00 pm -- Gather and greet old friends
And make new friends
2:00 pm -- Annual Meeting Begins
3:00 pm -- Celebrate with Chocolate and Cake
First Congregational United Church of Christ
1031 S. Euclid Ave
*If you need transportation, please contact
Hope Black at firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-685-0468
Feb 11, 2017 Saturday 2:30 PM - DR. JULIE ARMSTRONG
USF St. Petersburg Assoc. Professor of Literature, honored by the Society for the Study of Southern Literature for her book "Mary Turner and the Memory of Lynching".
- Open to the Public
Jefferson Room, Unitarian Universalist Church, 3975 Fruitville Rd., Sarasota. (MAP)
Feb 25, 2017 Saturday 1:30 PM , Fighting Laws that Use Religion to Discriminate Fruitville Library 100 Coburn Rd, Sarasota, FL 34240 (MAP) -Open to the Public - Free
VISIT TO THE MOSQUE - 4350 Lockwood Ridge Rd., Sarasota
Open to WOMEN ONLY! PLEASE BE SURE TO HAVE A SCARF TO COVER YOUR HEAD.
We will have a guided tour and a discussion - always interesting and wonderful.
No reservations needed. Be sure to arrive no later than 1:20 PM (MAP)
PINK SMOKE OVER THE VATICAN - Film and Discussion
An award winning documentary of the Roman Catholic Women's Priest movement.
The film inspires any woman or man who have experienced discrimination and
been marginalized to stand up to power and follow their true calling.
Discussion was led by Bishop Bridget Mary Meehan of Mary, Mother of Jesus,
Cultural presentations, poetry, music, refreshments and African dance for everyone, presented by Dr. Judith Samuels. Come and join the fun for the whole family. Hosted by the North Sarasota Public Library, 2301 Newtown Blvd., Sarasota. (MAP)
GIVING THANKS, AN INTERFAITH SERVICE - Join your neighbors from the rich variety of congregations and faith groups. Friendship-building reception after the service. Hosted by the First Presbyterian Church, 2050 Oak St., Sarasota.
THE TRUTH ABOUT MUSLIM WOMEN
Speaker SAMAR DAMASH-JARRAR. Kuwait born Palestinian-American, she has traveled extensively throughout North America, Europe and the Middle East; lived in Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the US. A contributor to CNN World Report and co-host of "True Talk" on WMNF-FM Tampa. Author of "Arab Voices Speak to American Hearts". Unitarian Universalist Church, 3975 Fruitville Rd., Sarasota (In the Jefferson Room).
WIN ANNUAL MEETING
This year's Annual Meeting will take place at the FIRST CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
1031 S. Euclid Ave.
2nd Annual WIN SUMMER FUN DAY
For WIN members who have not gone north - a few hours out of the sun and into the fun of getting to know each other better and enjoying ourselves. You bring your lunch - WIN brings water and cookies. If you wish to introduce a new woman to WIN this would be a great time to do it. The more the merrier. Please be sure to RSVP when you are emailed the official invitation which will include the directions to our "fun house".
Islamic Society of Sarasota Bradenton,
A very special WIN event at the Mosque. We will meet the five Middle-East students now studying at New College brought here by the Educate for Change Community Initiative (EFC). The community initiative remains inspired by Dr. Izzeldin Abulaish, author of I SHALL NOT HATE. Determined to keep his daughters memories alive, he established Daughters For Life, a non-profit, which educates women from the middle east regardless of nationality, religion or ethnic backgrounds-in the belief that women can improve their communities and bring peace to the region.
Breads, signifying holidays and/or family traditions was provided (with explanations) by WIN women along with a variety of teas and lots of conversation