Kingian NonViolence Orientation
Kingian Nonviolence Training prepares us to recognize, respond to and redress the unfairly distributed access to opportunity based on race, economics, gender and gender identity, disability, language and other factors. It uses the Weapon of Love to raise awareness of institutional and societal conditions that lead to everyday manifestations of injustice.
This 5 hour Orientation must be completed in order to register for the upcoming, Two-Day Kingian Nonviolence Training Core Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation Workshop which teaches the concepts, strategies and tools of conflict reconciliation.
Leading with Faith and Equity During COVID-19 – The Pandemic Continues
Join us on July 24 for a deep dive into how COVID19 is affecting Pinellas County and what you can do to help those you shepherd make the best decisions during this time.
Hear practical suggestions for ministering to a virtual congregation and maintaining engagement and connectedness.
Reopening the Doors of the Church
Presenters will share their perspective and guidelines for reopening places of faith, strategies for mitigating Coronavirus within congregations, and resources for developing a disaster preparedness plan.
Self-Care In the Hour of Chaos
Hear insights and practical tips for dealing with burnout and compassion fatigue while helping congregants navigate the current reality.
Leading When the Deck is Stacked Against You: Data, Disparities, and Social Determinants
This webinar will present both the theological and practical approach to understanding COVID-19 data, disparities, and the social and environmental factors that impact health outcomes.
Leading with Faith & Equity During COVID-19
Challenging moments can also be the most refining. As communities turn to places of worship for both spiritual counsel and practical guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s integral, now more than ever, for churches and other faith organizations to feel equipped to lead through crisis.
Race Equity and Covid-19: Strengthening Community at a Time of Crisis – A Virtual Town Hall
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg is postponing and repurposing the previously scheduled Speakers Who Inspire lecture and luncheon featuring Dr. Jonathan Metzl to host a virtual town hall to address Racial Equity in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.
Join our Community of Changemakers
It is through our collective actions and ideas that we will achieve racial and health equity in Pinellas County. Keep pushing the movement forward. Connect with the Foundation and subscribe to our emails to stay updated on opportunities, developments, and events around equity.