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Wednesday, December 2

Science, Race, and the Church: A Conversation about Repentance and Redemption

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

On December 2, 11 AM – 12 PM, Upper House hosts Science, Race, and the Church: A Conversation about Repentance and Redemption. Three scholars will discuss how contemporary Christians view science, and how science and faith might address racial injustice. Is there overlap? Yes! Event co-host, Science for the Church, is a national initiative that shows how science can invigorate the church. Learn more about the live, virtual event and Cleve V. Tinsley IV, assistant professor of religion and Africana studies at Virginia Union University; Elaine Howard Ecklund, the Herbert S. Autrey Chair in Social Sciences at Rice University and founding director of the Religion and Public Life Program; and Greg Cootsona, co-founder of Science for the Church, pastor, author, and lecturer in Comparative Religion and Humanities at Chico State University. (See the Upper House website - https://bit.ly/SciRaceChurch )

Upper House

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Friday, December 11

Catholic Multicultural Center Radiothon Fundraiser & Community Celebration (bilingual)

12:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Join the Catholic Multicultural Center for the first-ever VIRTUAL Radiothon Fundraiser and Community Celebration with La Movida Radio! Even in the midst of a pandemic, the celebration must go on – virtually, of course! The Catholic Multicultural Center (CMC) is still making a difference, one person at a time. This year’s Radiothon event to raise funds in support of CMC’s social services offered during the pandemic: food pantry with personal hygiene items, daily free meal, low-cost immigration legal services, food pantry delivery, and employment search assistance. You can participate in the day’s festivities by tuning in to La Movida Spanish radio 1480AM / 94.5FM or by following us online via Facebook, Instagram, or the CMC website. Donations of any amount are welcome and can be done in a number of ways: drive-thru at the CMC (1862 Beld St Madison) from 4:00pm-6:00pm (with free tamale dinner!), text-to-donate at 608-299-6459, call the CMC at 608-661-3512, or donate online at cmcmadison.org/radiothon-2020/. Together, let us celebrate how we can help one another during this challenging pandemic and reach our goal of raising $15,000!

Catholic Multicultural Center

Categories: Community Events, Fundraiser

Tuesday, December 15

T.E.A.C.H. - Teaching Encouraging and Admonishing Children At Home - Christian Home School Support Group - FAMILY GAME NIGHT

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

This will be a family friendly, informal evening of fun, treats, and bonding. We will have an area set up for snacks/desserts/Christmas cookies. What to Bring: A snack/dessert/Christmas cookies to share, card games for Go Fish, Spot It, Euchre, etc.; board games such as Monopoly, Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride, Life; and other games like checkers, chess, Backgammon, Master Mind, Othello, Mancala, Apples to Apples, etc. (Please make sure games are tasteful, family friendly, and appropriate.) This is a GREAT opportunity to get to know other home educating families!

Monona Oaks Community Church

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Thursday, December 31

SFTSM End of The Year Giving Campaign-Match the Match

All Day Event

The offered matching fund is for every $1 raised, the foundation will contribute 50 cents up to $25,000 from November 15, 2020, until December 31, 2020. There is no better time to give. Shelter From the Storm Ministries 2020 matching grant is made possible by the Meester Family Foundation. This year Giving Tuesday and our End of the Year Giving are included in our match. Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities. Also, for your convenience, look for our Giving Tuesday Match the Match Giving envelopes in the Sun Prairie Star Newspaper on December 8, 2020. The end of the year will be a busy time for all of us, and this Thanksgiving and Christmas seems different as we look back on the year; however, like you, we push forward. The coronavirus pandemic and stay at home order have created a lot of uncertainty. Where can you turn for help? We can provide, support, and Keep the Fire Going for the women and kids' in the Shelter because of our donors' generosity. Shelter From The Storm Ministries, Inc. (SFTSM) is a 501 (c)3 non-profit ministry, incorporated in Wisconsin led by a local volunteer Board of Directors and Executive Team, with no national affiliation. SFTSM is a Christian organization made up of individuals with various religious affiliations who have come together to address the problem of homelessness for single moms and their children in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Keeping the Fire Going! Mailing Address: Shelter From The Strom Ministries P.O. Box 152 Sun Prairie WI 53590 For credit card and ACH donations, please visit https://sftsm.org/donate Media Contacts: Tami Fleming, SFTSM Executive Director 608.445.7067 [email protected] Dave Onsager, SFTSM Community Awareness Coordinator 608.213.0047 [email protected]

Categories: Community Events, Fundraiser

Monday, January 25

Trust-Based Relational Intervention® Caregiver Training

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Are you a foster, adoptive or blended family? Grandparents raising your grandkids? Does your professional life present an opportunity to interact with children from a “hard place?” Does your child have confusing and challenging behaviors that often leave you feeling frazzled? Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) Caregiver training could make a world of difference to you, as it did for me! I am honored to show you how! TBRI® is a trauma-informed evidence-based approach designed to meet the needs of the whole child.

Oakwood Church Hartland WisconsinOak

Categories: Class/Study, Community Events, Conference, Family

Tuesday, March 16

T.E.A.C.H. - Teaching Encouraging and Admonishing Children At Home - Christian Home School Support Group - "Creation Science"

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

TEACH's March monthly meeting topic, "Creation Science", will be covered by keynote speaker, international speaker & author, and managing director for The Starting Point Project, Jay Seegert, with degrees in both Physics and Engineering Technology, who has been speaking on the authority of Scripture for over 34 years. He will be speaking on "Creation vs. Evolution--The Case from Science" and "Top 10 Questions (about Creation vs. Evolution)". A question and answer time to follow.

Monona Oaks Community Church

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Friday, April 23

MercyMe concert - RESCHEDULED

7:00 PM - 7:00 PM

A note from MercyMe:

Due to the current restrictions and continued uncertainty of when live events will be allowed to take place, we have made the difficult decision to push our tour to the Spring of 2021.

For those of you who have already purchased tickets for one of our originally rescheduled concerts, your tickets will still be valid for the newly rescheduled date.

It's our desire for everyone to stay safe and healthy and we can’t wait to see you all in Spring of 2021!

Who knows, maybe we'll even have some new music for you!

Stay tuned for more details as Life 102.5 , the Thrivent Member Network South Wisconsin Region, and EZ Office Products welcomes MercyMe, Micah Tyler, and Mac Powell  to the Alliant Energy Center in 2021! Get tickets   EZ Office Products

Alliant Energy Center

Categories: Community Events, Concert, Concerts, Station Events

Tuesday, May 18

T.E.A.C.H. - Teaching Encouraging and Admonishing Children At Home - Christian Home School Support Group - FAMILY GAME NIGHT

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

This will be a family friendly, informal evening of fun, treats, and bonding. We will have an area set up for snacks/desserts/Christmas cookies. What to Bring: A snack/dessert/Christmas cookies to share, card games for Go Fish, Spot It, Euchre, etc., board games such as Monopoly, Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride, Life; and other games like checkers, chess, Backgammon, Master Mind, Othello, Mancala, Apples to Apples, etc. (Please make sure games are tasteful, family friendly, and appropriate.) This is a GREAT opportunity to get to know other home educating families!

Monona Oaks Community Church

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Saturday, November 6

Eastside Lutheran Art & Craft Fair

All Day Event

Annual Art and Craft Fair featuring a large selection of hand-crafted items, gift baskets (donated by church members and area business owners), book sale, silent auction, bake sale, and concessions. This is a great way to get a jump start on your holiday shopping. Admission is Free.

Eastside Lutheran Church & School

Categories: Community Events, Fundraiser

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