The theme of the Wolfington Center's 2014 Lenten Lecture Series is Seeking Unity-In-Diversity: A Faith-Based Engagement of Building Bridges Not Walls Between Cultural Communities.
The series will be on Tuesday nights at 7:15pm from March 11 - April 15, 2014.
March 11: Rev. Luis Cortes, President, Esperanza “Fostering Hope for Latinos through Educational, Political, Social, and Economic Empowerment” 7:15pm, Grace Hall Board RoomMarch 18: Jasmine Rivera, Lead Organizer, Juntos “Liberation Theology and Mobilizing Latinos in Norristown” 7:15pm, Grace Hall Board RoomMarch 25: Dr. Craig Atwood, Director of the Center for Moravian Studies, Moravian Theological Seminary"A Harmony of Spirit: Moravian Multiculturalism in 18th Century Pennsylvania" 7:15pm, Grace Hall Board RoomApril 1: Dr. Catherine Wilson, Associate Professor of Public Administration, Villanova University"Immigration in Philadelphia: Community Organizing and the Fight for Social Justice” 7:15pm, Mansion Dining RoomApril 8: Thomas Awaipo, Global Solidarity Liaison to Ghana, Catholic Relief Service“Challenges in Community Based Organizing in Ghana” 7:15pm, Mansion Dining RoomApril 15: Rev. Owen Owens, Co-Chair, Religious Campaign for Creation Care “Ecological Solidarity” 7:15pm, Grace Hall Board RoomGiven the ongoing discussions regarding immigration reform and the growing diversity of the United States, these spring presentations will be very timely.
For more information, please contact Ann Marie Barr at email@example.com or 610-902-8431.