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The Albuquerque Forum on Faith and Politics: An Interfaith Conversation

We Need To Talk

So, you know it, I know it; we're at a crossroads. This just isn't working anymore, you know? So let's all sit down and hash it out at St. Andrew Presbyterian, this Sunday, Feb. 5. The beginning of a series of community conversations focused on critical issues where religion and politics intersect, called "The Albuquerque Forum on Faith and Politics: An Interfaith Conversation,” is beginning at 1:30pm covering topics that are affecting all Americans (and people all over the world). Facilitated by panelists Reverend Roger Scott Powers, Rabbi Paul Citrin, Kathryn Turnipseed and more. All the panelists will discuss what their faith means to them and how it affects their personal lives. The series is free and will cover immigration, global climate change, the future of health care and public education. Attendees will have a chance to discuss their thoughts on this pivotal intersection of politics, as well.

Sunday Feb 5, 2017

5301 Ponderosa Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

13+

Contact:

Roger Scott Powers

Phone: (505) 881-9626
Website: Click to Visit

Conversations cover topics of immigration, global climate change, the future of health care and public education.

St. Andrew Presbyterian is hosting a series of public/community conversations on critical issues at the intersection of faith and politics.  The first conversation, entitled "An Interfaith Conversation on Faith and Politics" will take place on Sunday, February 5 from 1:30 3:30 p.m. at St. Andrew, 5301 Ponderosa Ave. NE.  Future conversations will cover topics of Immigration, Global Climate Change, the Future of Health Care, and Public Education.  For more information please call Roger Powers at (505) 881-9626.