Webinar: Transforming Communities: the Book and the Journey

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
7:30 PM CT

A conversation on the book and the journey of community transformation, with author Rev. Sandhya Jha and featured agent of transformation, Rev. Dana Bainbridge. This webinar is co-hosted by National Benevolent Association and Chalice Press.

**REGISTER BY MAY 1 to receive a bonus unreleased chapter of Transforming Communities for free! **

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Webinar Speakers

  • Rev. Sandhya Jha - Founding Director at Oakland Peace Center. Sandhya Rani Jha serves as Director of the Oakland Peace Center, a collective of innovative nonprofits working to create peace and justice in the city of Oakland, California, and the Bay Area. Ordained in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Jha is an anti-racism trainer, faith-rooted organizer, and author of Transforming Communities: How People Like You Are Healing Their Neighborhoods.
  • Rev. Dana Bainbridge - Founder and Development Officer at Recovery Cafe San Jose. Dana Bainbridge is the Pastor of First Christian Church, San Jose and founder of Recovery Cafe San Jose, a healing community for those traumatized by addiction, homelessness, and mental health challenges. Dana is also a Certified Public Manager (CPM) and has served on the staff and Boards of many non-profit organizations including Habitat for Humanity.
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Location
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
7:30 PM CT
Live Webinar via Zoom
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ADVOCACY, YOUNG ADULTS

As an emerging social entrepreneurship nonprofit model of ministry, the Oakland Peace Center exists as a physical space and a network of more than 40 Bay Area based nonprofits.

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ADDICTION RECOVERY, HOMELESSNESS, HOUSING, MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Recovery Cafe San Jose is a healing community for those traumatized by homelessness, addiction and mental health challenges. We are founded on the belief that every human being is precious, worthy of love and deserving of the opportunities to fulfill his or her potential.