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Episcopal conference on violence begins tonight

Episcopal conference on violence begins tonight

Violence in all its forms in American society (and what can be done) will be examined at the upcoming Episcopal conference Reclaiming the Gospel of Peace: An Episcopal Gathering to Challenge the Epidemic of Violence which begins tonight in Oklahoma City.


Live streaming of the four plenary sessions is available on The Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma’s website by clicking the Watch Live Broadcast (Central time).

April 9

6:30pm

Bishop Ed Konieczny, Diocese of Oklahoma on “Why Are We Here”

Bishop Eugene Sutton, Diocese of Maryland on “The Theology of Violence and Peace.”

April 10

9am

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby

1:15pm

Dr Chuck Jackson – Let it Begin With Me

2:30pm

Panel discussion: Episcopal Responses to Violence

You can also follow on twitter: https://twitter.com/search?q=%23peaceokc&src=hash

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