Kim Bobo presents 2007 Scherer Lecture February 6
Posted Jan 23, 2007
Executive Director of the National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice, Kim Bobo, will deliver the 2007 Chicago Center for Global Ministries Scherer Lecture, "Living the Faith: Religious Communities Supporting Worker Justice" at 4:00 p.m. on February 6. The free public lecture will be held in the Common Room (350) at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 1100 East 55th Street.
Kim Bobo is founder and executive director of Interfaith Worker Justice, a national organization based in Chicago that educates, organizes, and mobilizes the religious community to improve wages, benefits, and conditions for workers. Bobo was previously director of organizing for Bread for the World, a nationwide Christian movement that advocates for the world's poor and hungry. She is also the author of Lives Matter: A Handbook for Christian Organizing, and co-author of the best-selling organizing manual in the country, Organizing for Social Change. Bobo is the choir director at Good News Community Church in Chicago.
The Chicago Center for Global Ministries was formed in 1993 by the Catholic Theological Union (CTU), the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, and McCormick Theological Seminary. It is an ecumenical agency that coordinates the resources for cross-cultural ministries, religious diversity and the study of world Christianity and global mission for the three seminaries.
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The Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC), a seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, forms visionary leaders who bear witness to the good news of Jesus Christ. It provides high-quality seminary and graduate education for women and men in a community that is global, multicultural, ecumenical, interfaith, and urban. LSTC faculty provides resources for the whole church through their research, writing, and workshops and presentations around the world. Graduates serve in every type of ministry setting as they work to realize the gospel vision of peace and justice.