For three Sundays, we turn our attention to issues of social justice, the realities of income inequality, and our roles as Christians and citizens in ensuring that all members of our communities are afforded basic rights and opportunities. We will examine overall income inequality, as well as disparities in housing, education, and health care.
This week: Brad Wood, with Colorado Impact: Center on Economic Prosperity, will provide a general overview of the impacts of income inequality and discuss efforts to expand affordable housing to more individuals and families living in poverty. Brad is the former director of Lutheran Advocacy Ministry with the Rocky Mountain Synod and also served in an advocacy position for Metro CareRing.
Adult Forum sessions meet in the Dorothy Day Room in the basement of the church. For questions about this Adult Forum, or about any of our educational opportunities, please contact Mary Fulton.