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From Grief to Healing - a Service of Remembering

4:31 PM | 10/21/2020

Some have not been able to be with loved ones or to say goodbye in familiar and meaningful ways. Many feel the weight of loss and grief beyond their own immediate circle of connection...in our community, our country, and our world.

In many Christian denominations, All Soul's Day (or the Feast of All Souls), November 2nd, is a day of prayer and remembrance for those who have died. We invite you to join us for a simple service - via livestream or in-person (limited availability) - where word and song, silence and symbol will invite us to remember, to grieve, and to begin or continue on the path of healing.

In-Person Safety Restrictions:In-person attendance will be limited to a maximum of 40 people. In compliance with St. Louis County and CDC guidelines, participants will be required to complete a Covid-19 health assessment upon entering; sit socially-distanced in the chapel; and wear masks at all times.

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Arts & Faith St. Louis Tenth Annual Interfaith Concert "Songs of Compassion" - a virtual event

4:00 PM | 10/25/2020

Our tenth annual Arts & Faith St. Louis event, “Songs of Compassion” on October 25th, will be streamcast at 4 PM by HEC-TV from The Sheldon Concert Hall without an audience to assure the safety of our artists and audience. The program will feature powerful music sung by soloists from diverse faith communities—including Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh, The Sheldon’s City of Music All-Star Chorus, renowned soprano Christine Brewer, dynamic jazz vocalist Anita Jackson, and Scott Kennebeck from the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.

As a special feature, we will pay tribute to the many dedicated doctors, nurses and healthcare workers who are doing their works of compassion during the pandemic, through a new song by Paul Reuter entitled “Thank You” sung by Christine Brewer. During the song we will show moving photographs of healthcare workers, including Christine’s own daughter Elisabeth who is a nurse. Throughout the program we will also show images of works of compassion performed by faith communities represented in the concert.

Access to the streamcast concert on HEC-TV will be on cable in St. Louis City and County on Charter/Spectrum channel 989 or channel 108.26 or 118.26 for those with digital TVs, and on AT&T U-Verse. It can be also viewed live on the HEC-TV website – www.hecmedia.org and on Facebook.

Arts & Faith St. Louis began in 2011 on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and continues to bring together the faith and arts communities by using the unique power of the arts to create shared experiences and inspire thoughtful discussion among diverse audiences.

For more information go to: www.artsfaithstl.org or call 314.533.9900

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Climate Change & the Economy

7:00 PM | 11/10/2020

Climate Change & the Economy

Speaker: Juli Nieman

Register today to join us Tue, 11/10 at 7pm via Zoom!

You may remember Chartered Financial Analyst Julie Nieman from her years reporting on KMOX radio. Juli is currently an analyst of Smith, Moore & Co. This dynamic speaker will discuss how climate change affects the economy and all of our finances in surprising ways and at every level. This is a free event.

Register with your contact information and email address to be sent the Zoom invitation link and reminders via email.

Registration: https://franciscansisters-olph.org/product/nov-ffe-eco-speaker/

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