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Hendricks will host ‘Seeking Faith, Seeking Justice’ discussion March 7
From civil rights to the global HIV/AIDS crisis, where has the church been? Where should the church be today? These questions will be explored by Bishop Marcus Matthews in the next Hendricks Chapel Discussion Series event, “Seeking Faith, Seeking Justice,” on Wednesday, March 7, at noon in the Hendricks Chapel Noble Room.
The discussion is free and open to the public. A vegetarian lunch will be provided. Those planning to partake in lunch are asked to RSVP to Elizabeth Cronk at email@example.com by Tuesday, Feb. 28.
Matthews is resident bishop of the Upper New York Episcopal Area and a member of the board of directors for Africa University. He will lead the open discussions on how religious institutions influence the world, and how the world influences religious institutions.
For more information, contact Hendricks Chapel at 443-2901.