Registration Now Open! Join Bill and Kathy Evertsberg and the RJC for what promises to be an illuminating civil rights history tour of Birmingham, Selma, and Montgomery, Alabama. As Bill said, “In recent years, Kathy and I have led pilgrimages to sacred sites like Jerusalem and Edinburgh. Please join us for a journey to equally holy [...]
Kenilworth Union Church Civil Rights Tour November 3–6, 2022 Chicago—Selma—Montgomery—Birmingham Information New Information will be published here. Update May 23: Registration deadline is Wednesday, July 13 100% trip refund on or by Wednesday, August 17 50 % trip refund after Wednesday, August 17, provided we [...]
Kenilworth Union Church Civil Rights Tour November 3–6, 2022 Chicago—Selma—Montgomery—Birmingham Trip Accommodations Montgomery Spring Hill Suites Birmingham Redmont Hotel
Kenilworth Union Church Civil Rights Tour November 3–6, 2022 Chicago—Selma—Montgomery—Birmingham Trip Expenses Expense of the trip includes three hotel nights, RT airfare, private guide, and ground transportation. The cost is $2,000 per person, based on double occupancy. Most meals are included. Registration deadline is Wednesday, July 13 [...]
Kenilworth Union Church Civil Rights Tour November 3–6, 2022 Chicago—Selma—Montgomery—Birmingham Trip Schedule Thursday, Nov 3 Depart Chicago O’Hare Arrive Birmingham, AL Meet our guide at the airport Boxed Lunch on the bus Visit Selma Edmund Pettus Bridge Reception/ Tour Introduction Overnight - Montgomery Friday, Nov 4 Montgomery, [...]
Registration for the November 3–6, 2022 tour with Bill and Kathy Evertsberg is now open!
We have positive news to report about Sacred Ground, the faith-based dialogue series we have been engaged with since late January. Over 55 participants from Kenilworth Union and the Church of the Holy Comforter have been meeting online and in person, and the opportunity to work with friends across the street on this topic has [...]
Five Part Series
In Person or Online
Mondays at 7 p.m. or
Thursdays at Noon
Once a Month
In Partnership with Holy Comforter This series will invite our two communities to participate in a transformational conversation about race in January, and will meet once a month through May, 2022.
Arameans & Americans A wandering Aramean was my ancestor; he went down into Egypt and lived there as an alien, few in number, and there he became a great nation, mighty and populous. Deuteronomy 26:5Moses gave this core credo to the Israelites in the wilderness, just before entering The Promised Land, to remind them [...]