God on Tap Thursday June 22nd: What ought to be the role of religion in public life? with special guest Will Fuller
Join us on Thursday, June 22nd (note the new date) at 7:30pm upstairs at Gypsy Blu in Ambler for a timely conversation "What ought to be the role of religion in public life?" with our special guest, Will Fuller
So much of our public life revolves around questions of religion. Some say that the church should stay out of politics and public life. Others feel their religious faith compels them and should compel the church into the public sphere. Is church a place of refuge and sanctuary, or a place that works for social change? Is it both and what is the balance?
Our special guest is someone that lives these questions. Will Fuller, a friend of mine and the Organizer for POWER Interfaith in the Philly Metro area.
A son of western Kentucky, Will originally joined POWER Interfaith in the fall of 2016 to complete a Community Organizing Fellowship through Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE). He currently organizes full-time for POWER’s suburban counties. A 2010 Teach for America alumnus, he is dedicated to the causes of educational equity, faith-based social justice, theological education reform, and racial reconciliation. He holds a Masters of Education from Lipscomb University and an M.A. in Theological Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
I hope you can join us for this important conversation on June 22nd! - Keith