Kids4Peace Programs 2022
A proud partner of St. Barnabas, Kids4Peace develops courageous leaders who work to create more just and inclusive societies.
Kids4Peace in Cincinnati was established in 2016 when members of Christ Church Cathedral joined forces with representatives from the area’s Jewish and Islam communities to bring a Kids4Peace camp to our region. Kids4Peace brings together Jewish, Christian and Muslim middle school students to learn more about other religions, equality and social justice.
St. Barnabas member Jack Fechter has been participating in Kids4Peace for several years and has this to say:
"I have been a part of Kids4Peace since 6th grade and it has been a very important part of my life. Through Kids4Peace, I have learned about the importance of talking with people who may be perceived as different. Being able to do this allows you to understand their beliefs and them as a person." - Jack Fechter
If you (or your child) is interested in getting involved in Kids4Peace, check out these upcoming events. Contact our Youth Ministries Director, David Lantz, if you would like to learn more or volunteer with St. Barnabas' support of Kids4Peace.
Middle school & high school students Sunday, February 6 & March 6 from 3-4:30 p.m. *Virtual event in February, possible in-person event in March
Middle and high school students are invited to join us for an educational workshop on misinformation. We will watch a special screening of Trust Me on February 6 and regroup on March 6 for next steps. Sign up at bit.ly/K4PMISINFO
High school students Sunday, February 20th from 2-3:30pm @ Calvary Episcopal Church 3766 Clifton Ave
FUN is just that; a program designed to provide high school students with the opportunity to meet friends and have FUN. After two years of a pandemic, FUN might be the medicine we need! Sign up at bit.ly/K4PFUN
A Future with Hope Art Program
All ages with focus on elementary school students Every Wednesday in March from 6:15-7pm @ The Oasis at Grace 5524 Belmont Ave
A Future with Hope invites children and parents of all ages to answer the question, "What does a future with hope look like?" through art. We will look at civil rights leaders, poetry, and religious traditions to reflect on this question and then make a piece of art together! Register by texting 812-430-4464
Interfaith Harmony Camp
Middle school (current 6th-8th graders) August 1-5, M-F 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Locations TBA
Students will journey to a different location each day and learn about several different faith traditions & cultures including how people practice their faith as a Sikh, Christian, Muslim, Jew, and Baha'í. Save your spot today at bit.ly/K4PCAMP2022