26th Annual Living
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Jewish Community Center, 1125 College Avenue, Columbus
Living (v) faith: the act of living in and through one’s faith
Living (adj.) faith: a dynamic, growing faith, that is not static or stagnant.
The Spirituality Network is pleased to present the Living Faith Awards. As a multifaith organization, the Spirituality Network aspires to be a community of acceptance and inclusion. We seek to create hope, peace, and purpose in our community. We are pleased to honor individuals who create a more hopeful, peaceful, and faithful world.
Keynote Speaker: Frances Frazier
To make reservations for the breakfast:
$35 per person; Groups of 8 or more: $30 per person
Deadline: May 12, 2017
Order online here or call 614/228-8867 to reserve.
Individual Registration (7 or less)
For other group quantities call 614/228-8867.
2017 Living Faith Awards Recipients
Weldon Abels for his teaching and work with Chinese immigrants
Dick Dawson for his service on behalf of social justice concerns
Rick Delaney for his ministry of presence in Peru, Malawi, and at home in central Ohio
Lamar Graham for his leadership and service with Heart to Heart Food Pantry
Robert Lentz for his dedication to Habitat for Humanity
Marjorie McFadden for her presence and service to marginalized women
Sean Patrick for his work with FinishLine Ministries serving Southeast Africa
Beth Stock for her work with and encouragement of Somali immigrants in Columbus
2017 Special Awards
Alvin R. Hadley Social Justice Award: The Honorable Paul M. Herbert for his CATCH COURT program in Franklin County helping victims of human trafficking
The Interfaith/Multicultural Award: Nimet Alpay for her dedication to creating connections between people of many faiths
Hope for Today Award: Carol Ann Spencer, OP, for 30 years of service in The Spirituality Network community, especially for her leadership of the Wellstreams Program
Hope for Tomorrow Award: Quentin Monden for his advocacy on behalf of those living with mental illness
photo: LFA 2016 recipients left to right (standing)—Tom Helber, Rev. Dr. Richard Wing, Dr. Katelin Hansen, Sarah Leonard, Fr. Vinny McKiernan, Dr. Jefferey Kee, Richard Gehman, Jed Dearing, Shawn Fitzpatrick, OP, Bob Adrion (son of awardee Dr. William Adrion), Steve Bosserman; seated—Don Sexton (photo by Dan Schleppi)