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Hendricks Luncheon Discussion will focus on role of faith in social justice movements
Hendricks Chapel will present “Occupy Faith,” the next installment in its Luncheon Discussion Series, on Wednesday, Feb. 8, at noon in the Noble Room, located on the lower level of Hendricks Chapel.
A free vegetarian lunch will be provided. RSVP for the lunch only to Elizabeth Cronk at firstname.lastname@example.org. No RSVP is necessary is you are only attending for the discussion.
An interreligious panel will explore the role of faith in movements for social justice and address how diverse social communities can come together to combat the most pressing social needs.
Panelists will include the Rev. Kevin Agee, pastor of Hopps Memorial CME Church; Mohamed Khater, former president of the Islamic Society of Central New York; the Rev. Gail Riina, SU’s Lutheran chaplain; and Rabbi Dan Fellman of Temple Concord. The panel will be facilitated by Beth Broadway, executive director of Interfaith Works.
For more information, call Hendricks Chapel at 443-2901.