A conference, Discovering Peace: Transforming our Lives through Stories will take place at Zion on Friday evening October 13, 2017 from 6 – 9 p.m. (check-in open at 6 p.m. with program to follow at 7 p.m.) and all day, Saturday, October 14, from 8 – 4 p.m. Its focus will be on personal definitions of peace through stories. It will feature the photography exhibit of professional photographer and author John Noltner. The exhibit consists of 50 or more banners set up in the lower commons and narthex, each with a photo and individual story that can be viewed in person.
“In a world that asks us to focus on the things that can separate us, A Peace of My Mind invites us to explore the common humanity that connects us.” – John Noltner, founder, A Peace of My Mind
John will be the keynote speaker on Friday, October 13 and leader of one of many breakout sessions on Saturday October 14. Listen to many other stories from dynamic speakers on the topics of domestic violence, mental illness, addiction and recovery, building bridges across diverse communities, homelessness, grief/loss and caregiving, contemplative prayer, and other topics–all on the road to peace.