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The Buddhist Council of the Midwest will be holding its

10th Annual
Buddhist Women’s Conference

Spirituality and Violence: A Buddhist Response
Saturday, March 7, 2015, 8 am to 5 pm
Panel Discussion

The keynote speaker will be Venerable Pannavati, co-founder and co-Abbot of the Embracing-Simplicity Hermitage in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Venerable Pannavati has been recognized internationally as an advocate for disempowered women and children, the homeless, youth in crisis, and other marginalized people.

Panel Discussion on Buddhism and Violence
Kerry Ito, Tricia Teater and Sunil Yadav

Interfaith Panel with representatives from the difference faith traditions including Islam, Catholicism, Hinduism, Jainism, Native American and Buddhism represented.

Continental Breakfast and Vegetarian Lunch included
All Genders Welcome

Conference will be held at:
East-West University
816 S. Michigan Avenue,
Chicago, Illinois 60605

 

A versitile Calendar of BCM Meetings and Events is now available for BCM member organizations to post upcoming events.

The calendar provides monthly, weekly and daily views and allows link-backs to member sites for more information. Pop-up screens are also available for posting short messages such as contact information. A full navigation bar is provided at the top of the Calendar to return to any page on the BCM main site.

BCM Member Organizations are able to post meetings and events directly by obtaining a username and password from the webmaster. Once your organization is registered, you may use the Calendar Tutorial to learn the basics of posting events.

Take a look:  CLICK HERE!

  


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Buddhist Council of the Midwest

The next BCM meeting will be at
Heartland Sangha,
1812 Washington Street,
Evanston, IL 60202

For more information call:
Asayo Horibe (847) 869-5806
or e-mail: Asayo Horibe

After several years of lying fallow, the Buddhist Council of the Midwest has determined to invest the time and effort in a revised website to further serve our membership. This is the first iteration of many changes you will see on this site in the next few weeks.

Among the first changes will be an updating of the Membership Directory, which needs many changes. If you can assist us with updates, please send this information to the webmaster.

Other changes will follow as we find new and better ways to make this website a more valuable resource for BCM members. Comments and suggestions can be sent to the Web Committee.




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