What does it mean to be a faith-filled voter?
Come participate in an Intimate Conversation about what it means to be a faith-filled voter during this time of the 2020 election cycle.
HNU Campus Ministry invites you be with us for a moderated, welcoming dialogue via zoom about how to make sense of the responsibility to be thoughtful, discerning voters.
How does faith inform discernment and decision-making during this time of national elections?
Our guests are local servant leaders, educators and community members who will share personal reflections on how they wrestle with voting decisions through their own unique faith perspective.
• Sr. Marcia Frideger, SNJM, Province Leadership Team SNJM, consultant with Holy Family Sisters, and facilitator for SNJM Projects;
• Mr. Chris Trinidad, Associate Director, Mission Advancement Cristo Rey De La Salle East Bay High School;
• Ms. Joyce Scotlan, Alumna of HNHS & HNU, Pastoral Council Leader at St Columba Parish, and member of newly formed Oakland Diocese Racial Justice Task Force.
Our guests will share their experiences as voters and give some insights about how all of us can vote with conscience. Participants will be able to ask questions and share their responses with our speakers. Please note this is not a program about how to vote and no party or issue will be highlighted.
Come ready to listen, learn and engage with a safe community of thoughtful, civic participants.
To RSVP and receive a Zoom link: Please email Jenny Girard Malley (firstname.lastname@example.org).
CP credit available: Please contact Jenny Girard Malley (email@example.com) to pre-register with her so you may receive credit.
Sponsored by Holy Names University Campus Ministry