On Earth As It Is In Heaven: Conversations That Lead To Action


Register September 7, 2019 6:30 pm September 7, 2019 10:30 pm America/Chicago On Earth As It Is In Heaven: Conversations That Lead To Action

  Along with Christ Presbyterian Church and other churches, Harpeth Hills is co-sponsoring a three-part series “On Earth As It Is In Heaven: Conversations That Lead To Action.” On Saturday, September 7, author Jemar Tisby will lead the first part “Awareness: Learning from Minority Voices” at Christ Presbyterian Church at 6:30pm. On Earth As It Is In Heaven: Conversations That Lead To Action is a series of forums with the collective church as a change agent, bringing together leaders from different spheres including clergy, business, non-profit, and elected officials as well as people from the community. We help the collective church of Nashville foster the skills of listening, reconciliation, creative problem-solving, non-judgment, and visioning for change through forums including a key note speaker, Q&A time, and table fellowship and storytelling. We believe that Nashville is a strong community, hungry for connection, inclusion, and change, and we invite you to help the community work together to bring about awareness, build relationships, and inspire change! All events are free to attend. We hope you will journey with us! Register here. THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT.

Christ Presbyterian Church, 2323 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee 37215 ayeshan@harpethhills.org

 

Along with Christ Presbyterian Church and other churches, Harpeth Hills is co-sponsoring a three-part series “On Earth As It Is In Heaven: Conversations That Lead To Action.” On Saturday, September 7, author Jemar Tisby will lead the first part “Awareness: Learning from Minority Voices” at Christ Presbyterian Church at 6:30pm.

On Earth As It Is In Heaven: Conversations That Lead To Action is a series of forums with the collective church as a change agent, bringing together leaders from different spheres including clergy, business, non-profit, and elected officials as well as people from the community. We help the collective church of Nashville foster the skills of listening, reconciliation, creative problem-solving, non-judgment, and visioning for change through forums including a key note speaker, Q&A time, and table fellowship and storytelling.

We believe that Nashville is a strong community, hungry for connection, inclusion, and change, and we invite you to help the community work together to bring about awareness, build relationships, and inspire change!

All events are free to attend. We hope you will journey with us! Register here.

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT.