March 2017: Sanctuary

March 2017 Midday Interfaith Dialogue

Sanctuary: Multi-religious Understandings and Action

Thursday, March 9, 2017
11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Luther Seminary, Olson Campus Center, Dining Room B/C
1490 Fulham St, St Paul, MN 55108 (View Map)
Parking on street or behind Center (Campus map and parking information here)

What does sanctuary mean to you in your faith tradition? Come join us for a discussion about the religious foundations of sanctuary and how faith communities are taking action.

Throughout the country, faith communities are making a commitment to serve as sanctuary spaces and to support their immigrant neighbors at risk of deportation. A Jewish Rabbi, a Lutheran Pastor and a Latina Organizer will offer their will offer their thoughts and experience with the concept of sanctuary within their unique contexts.

Join us as we learn more from Rabbi Michael Latz of Shir TIkvah, Pastor James Erlandson of Lutheran Church of the Redeemer and Catalina Morales de Sanchez with ISAIAH.

Free, open to all. (Free will offering) Doors open at 11:15 a.m.; lunch is available in the cafeteria; bag lunches welcome.

This session is available on video here