THREE JOURNEYS TOWARDS PEACE: 3rd Annual Regas Courageous Peacemaker Awards
Sunday, September 8, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
Culver City, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR AFTER REGISTRATION CLOSES FOR 7 PM PROGRAM ONLY
Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace is thrilled to be honoring these three Courageous Peacemakers at a program that promises to be an historic sharing and discussion about their journeys, moderated by ICUJP founder, Rev. George Regas.
The free program begins at 7 pm at the Agape International Spiritual Center in Culver City (for this evening portion of the program, complimentary parking and shuttle service will be provided from 200 Corporate Pointe on Buckingham, south of Slauson).
A special ticketed reception for the honorees will be start at 5pm, featuring catered hors d'oeuvres, a gift bag, discussion and a short program, with reserved seating for the evening program (there is limited parking at the Agape facility, and when it fills up, overflow will be directed to the Corporate Pointe location).
This event is co-sponsored by the Agape International Spiritual Center GlobalWorks and CommonUnity Ministries; and the Media Sponsor is KPFK - 90.7 FM
This event is wheelchair accessible and disability affirmative. For other accommodations please contact us at email@example.com 72 hours in advance.
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Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace
Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace (ICUJP), founded shortly after September 11, 2001, grounded in many faith traditions, and honoring prophetic perspectives of non-violence, promotes critical examination of the costs of violence at home and around the world. ICUJP members are spiritual and secular leaders and activists urgently committed to building a progressive interfaith movement devoted to actions that advance the causes of justice and peace.
ICUJP has built its response to the “war on terrorism” on four guiding principles that represent the core of our sacred traditions: (1) the power of love to overcome hatred; (2) the power of mercy to conquer vengeance; (3) the celebration of our common humanity and the sacredness of human life; and (4) our calling to build a just, equitable, and peaceful world. The principles demand that we not bless war and that we not be silent in the face of an escalating spiral of violence and a voracious war-making system.