WESTERN REGIONAL PREMIERE
OCTOBER 14, 2020
Intended exclusively for an academic audience, this virtual premiere will feature an advance screening of the film, followed by an interactive discussion with special guests Thomas Hinson and Stephanie Summers.
5:00pm PT INTRODUCTION
5:10pm PT FILM SCREENING
6:10pm PT DISCUSSION WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
6:45pm PT ADJOURN
Aryana Petrosky Roberts
Senior Associate, Initiative on Faith & Public Life
Email: [email protected]
Church of the Advent
Thomas Hinson is the rector of the Church of the Advent in Washington, DC. Prior to helping establish the church in 2007, he lived and worked in Boston, MA as a mental health counselor for underserved populations. Rev. Hinson attended Furman University and received an MDiv and an MA in counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He is a native of North Carolina.
Center for Public Justice
Stephanie Summers is the CEO of the Center for Public Justice, a non-partisan Christian think tank dedicated to advancing principled pluralist solutions to our country’s policy challenges. She is the co-author of a book, Unleashing Opportunity: Why Escaping Poverty Requires a Shared Vision of Justice, as well as a frequent speaker and moderator. Prior to her appointment at the Center, Ms. Summers spent 12 years with the CCO. She is a native of Pittsburgh, PA and now lives in Washington, DC.
JOHN KYLE, THE FELLOWS INITIATIVE
MATTHEW BECKLO, ALETEIA
[A] breath of fresh air for Christians and non-Christians alike. Those looking for a clear cut ideological stance will be disappointed; instead, "For Love of Neighbor" quietly but resolutely seeks to buck the trend of division, recovering a broad and hopeful sense of spiritual reflection, social civility, and public service...