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Ken Starbuck

Dialogue Chair

Carbondale Interfaith Council

HQ Phone:  (618) 942-3986

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Carbondale Interfaith Council

P.O. Box 854

Carbondale, Illinois,62903

United States

Company Description

The Carbondale Interfaith Council embodies its vision to "Make Love Visible" in a variety of ways. The Council's faith communities pooled resources to open the region's first homeless shelter. Good Samaritan Ministries, established in 1985, also provides a t...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director of the Adult Outpatient Program for Many Years

Franklin-Williamson Mental Health Human Services Inc.


Affiliations

Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship

Board Member


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Dialogue Chair: Ken Starbuck, Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship


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Interfaith Council member Ken Starbuck said the dialogues began as discussions with Christians and Jewish people.Starbuck said the week of celebrating the dialogues is born from the idea that communication between worshipers of differing faiths is needed now more than ever."The world is so interconnected today, and many people realize that we can no longer be isolated from one another and that what affects the individual affects all of us," he said, before noting the notion of interconnectivity is spreading.


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This is strange indeed, since most major world religions have their origins in marginalized communities," says Ken Starbuck, of the Carbondale Interfaith Council, who will moderate the Ralph Anderson Interfaith Dialogue on prison policies and humane treatment at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Carbondale Mosque.
While faith leaders in prison ministries generally work to reform the lives of criminals, the dialogue's panel members are hoping to convert another group Monday night: their peers. "I suspect that most faith communities will find their soul only after they really deal with the words of Jesus or similar religious admonishments: 'I was hungry, and you fed me; I was in prison, and you visited me,'" says Starbuck, who invited Hayward of the Unitarian Fellowship, SIUC Interim Chancellor Sam Goldman of Congregation Beth Jacob, Imam Abdul Haqq of the mosque and the Rev. Randy Johnson of First Baptist Church. For more information, contact Ken Starbuck, 942-3986, cubrats@verizon.net Add Your Own Comments No account? Register here!


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October 7 Ken Starbuck: "The Plight of Mental Illness"
On this first Sunday of Mental Illness Month, Ken Starbuck will talk about Mental Illness as it affects our own personal journey and relationships in the family and larger community. Ken was a psychotherapist and Director of the Adult Outpatient Program for many years at Franklin-Williamson Mental Health Human Services Inc. Some of the material he will present is a response to interaction with the Open Minds Group on July 1, 2007. Our current Pastoral Friends are Matt Denis, Lois Hayward, Cheryl Robinson, Ken Starbuck, assisted upon occasion by those who have recently retired as "active service" Pastoral Friends: Tami Frank, Anne Hammett, Beverly Howie, Kris Juul, and Roy Sumner.


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