Fuller Seminary's Office for Urban Initiatives and the Office of Alumni and Church Relations, in partnership with the Los Angeles Superior Court, cordially invite you to the next Court-Clergy Conference which will be hosted at Fuller Theological Seminary.
The theme of this year’s conference is Building Community with Justice. The keynote speakers include The Most Reverend Jose H. Gomez, Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles and Father Greg Boyle, S.J. of Homeboy Industries.
Congregants often seek advice from their pastors when they are confronted with legal proceedings, for instance, when a family member is arrested, yet pastors may have little knowledge about the justice system.
The Court-Clergy Conference will provide a forum for discussion of court procedures and processes that may be useful to you and other religious leaders such as:
..... an overview of the LA County Superior Court system and handouts that can be used as references in your future ministry,
..... an opportunity to listen to different panel presentations where judges offer information on different courts and their procedures, and
..... an opportunity to meet and interact with LA County Superior Court judges during lunch and break times.
Continental breakfast and lunch will be served; there is no cost for participating in the conference.Please find an invitation to the conference from Presiding Judge David S. Wesley here http://bit.ly/1mgl16f.
Registration deadline is April 25th.
To register, please download and then scan or fax form with instructions found here http://bit.ly/Nst2Wy or, if you prefer, you can contact Marlow Gory at (213) 974-5422 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to send this information to other ordained and lay leaders you may know by forwarding a flyer found here http://bit.ly/1eiKTKf
We look forward to seeing you at the conference on May 5th! Click here for a map of Fuller Theological Seminary's Pasadena campus (Payton Hall is letter "K" on the map).
Click here for Google Map directions to Fuller Theological Seminary's Pasadena campus, located at 135 N. Oakland Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101.