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Bexley Seabury: Faith after #Ferguson, September 23

Bexley Seabury: Faith after #Ferguson, September 23

Bexley Seabury Episcopal Center in Columbus, Ohio, plans an afternoon convocation on racial reconciliation September 23, asking for reservations by September 9. The keynoter will be the Reverend Mike Kinman, dean of Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis (see Episcopal Cafe story earlier this week). The day’s conversations will be held at St. Philip Episcopal and are divided into four segments:

1. Lunch and informal conversation (12:15)
2. Awakening the Church – the Reverend Kinman’s presentation, “Faith After #Ferguson: All We Have to Lose Are Our Chains” (2:00)
3. Other Voices, Other Perspectives – round tables including community and church leaders, followed by open dialogue (3:30)
4. Reception and continued conversation (5:00)

Directions, links and more information can be found here.

Photo credit: “Ferguson, Day 4, Photo 26” by Loavesofbread – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons




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