Community Organizing as Spiritual Practice
Learn practices for building a relational culture and engaging your community
Where: Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, 2000 Center Street, Suite 200, Berkeley, CA 94704
What:5-day course taught by experienced congregational and community leaders designed to build skills in theological public engagement
When: 9am Tuesday, January 21st -2 pm Saturday, January 25th
Objective: This class is designed to engage leaders in the work of personal and social transformation by building relationships and acting together on shared values to bring about social change. Learn the arts of community organizing as a spiritual practice for living out your faith in the public realm.
Led by Dr. Cynthia Moe-Lobeda & Dr. Ray Pickett
Organizing for Mission Network (including Bishop Yehiel Curry), the Gamaliel Network, and others.
Cost: $300 (includes tuition, continental breakfast, and lunch for the five day course. Dinner and accommodation not included.