Faith-Experience of Serving the Hungry and the Poor

St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
1790 La Vista Road
Atlanta, Georgia, 30309

Mary-Louise Wilson, Executive Director at Toco Hills Community Alliance. Involved professionally and volunteer with issues related to Food Insecurity for 25 years. “This work is not about the food or financial assistance, it is about following Jesus into the Holy Adventure of Radical Hospitality”.  Parishioner of St Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Dunwoody

David Allman, faith-based activist for economic development in Nicaragua, 
businessman, and lay leader in the Buckhead Church. 


Theology and Activism: Conversations on Faith, Outreach, and Advocacy  

How do our experiences in Faith inform work in the public sphere? How are outreach and advocacy experiences formative for our Faith? How do we reflect theologically on our experiences? Why does theology matter for social justice advocacy and outreach?  
Please mark your calendars to join a diverse group of academic theologians and faith based activists to explore the relationship between faith, theology, and activism.

Scotty Greene, series moderator:  St. Bart’s Vestry Liaison for Outreach and Social Justice, Masters of Theological Studies, Candler School of Theology, career in law, politics, and public policy advocacy.

No advance reading requirement, while thematically related, all sessions stand alone. Supper ($6.00) served beginning at 5:30 PM. All Welcome.
Please email interest to Scotty at sgreene500@gmail.com