More than 200 women from across the country will explore faith-based responses to critical justice issues at United Methodist Women's National Seminar at the University of Illinois in Chicago, July 29- Aug. 2,www.unitedmethodistwomen.org/national-seminar. "Interrupting Indifference: Jesus, Justice and Joy" is the theme of the quadrennial social justice training event for United Methodist Women members.
The 2015 National Seminar will focus on faith and:
National Seminar events open to the public will include:
Panelist for the Mass Incarceration Town Hall will include Bishop Sally Dyck andChicago youth organizers Charlene Carruthers, Page May and Lissette Castillo Vizcarra. The public rally is being organized in cooperation with Chicago'sCommunity Renewal Society.