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Grace Place is glad to present the next session in its Safer Communities Project learning series. Description Hate crimes are based on a specific characteristic of a group or individual such as race, gender, or religion. The overwhelming majority of domestic violence victims are women. This session will explore the idea and characteristics of domestic violence as a hate crime and discuss the need to start viewing it as a hate crime. Speaker: Dr. Laurie Samuel Dr. Laurie “L.J.” Samuel is a...

Parenting can be a challenge, and there are so many perspectives that can help us better manage the day-to-day intricacies of raising children. Join us for a lively and informative discussion offering support and encouragement along with some new ideas to consider on your journey as a parent. We will start with pizza at noon, bring your kids - childcare will be available! Please RSVP to family@runnymedeunited.org as spaces are limited.

Life can be challenging and uncertain! Living in a COVID-19 world has added to that uncertainty and complicates our ability to cope with life’s most common challenges. Join facilitator Mary Thomson MSW, RSW, RP (Registered Social Worker & Psychotherapist) in this 2-part series, as she helps us to deal with the continued uncertainty of these times. This is an opportunity to name the uncomfortable emotions that are surfacing, discuss the strategies that we are currently using, and learn ways...

This online presentation is on using photography as a way to enhance and to share our gifts of sacred seeing. All of the natural world provides a glimpse of the sacredness that transcends all, but that also permeates all. When we learn to see, rather than just look, the sacred story emerges. Photography with any kind of camera, from the simplest cell phone to more complex photographic equipment, can capture the sacred story by allowing us to focus on the sparks of grace that reside in the...