FLORIDA CLERGY CONVENING (virtual) Thursday September 17, 2020 ● 1:00-4:30 p.m. EDT
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Topic: 2020 Florida Clergy Convening
Time: Sep 17, 2020 1:00 p.m. EDT
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The 2020 Florida Clergy Convening will be held virtually this year! The convening is hosted by the Florida Council of Churches and presented by Pastors for Florida Children.
The theme for this year's convening is, "Building a Faithful Democracy: Hope to Face the Future." Our featured speaker is Rev. Jennifer Butler who serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Faith in Public Life (FPL). FPL has played an important role in changing the narrative about the role of faith in politics by empowering religious leaders to fight for social justice and the common good.
1:00 p.m. Welcome, Spiritual Reflection by Rev. Jennifer Butler, Faithful Voter Response
2:00 p.m. Workshop - Public Education Transformation led by FL PTA, Pastors for FL Children and Southern Poverty Law Center
3:00 p.m. Workshop - Criminal Justice Transformation led by FL American Civil Liberties Union
3:45 p.m. Workshop - Immigration Transformation led by Faith in Florida
4:30 p.m. Adjourn
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Featured Speaker - Rev. Jennifer Butler
Rev. Jennifer Butler, CEO of Faith in Public Life, will be offering a spiritual reflection on "Building a Faithful Democracy: Hope to Face the Future" at this year's convening. Jennifer is the former chair of the White House Council on Faith and Neighborhood Partnerships. Before leading FPL Jennifer spent ten years working in the field of international human rights representing the Presbyterian Church (USA) at the United Nations and is an ordained minister. She is the author of "Born Again: The Christian Right Globalized," which was published by University of Michigan Press. Jennifer served in the Peace Corps from 1989 to 1991 in a Mayan village in Belize, Central America. A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, she also studied public policy and community organizing and graduated with a MSW from Rutgers University. She’s a graduate of the College of William and Mary. Jennifer and her husband Glenn together run Iona Conversations, a Christian spiritual community in downtown Washington DC.
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