Prophetic Action: Christians Convening for Palestine

Posted on Aug 4, 2018

Thursday, September 27, 2018 to Friday, September 28, 2018

Join us for Prophetic Action: Christians Convening for Palestine, a gathering of Christian leaders and their close allies in concert with this year’s US Campaign for Palestinian Rights conference in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Our gathering will begin at 1:00 p.m. on September 27 and continue until 5:00 p.m. the next day. It will be held at Central Presbyterian Church, 500 Cedar St., St. Paul, close to the venue for the US Campaign conference and immediately preceding it.

To join us in St. Paul, we ask that you answer a few brief questions on your interest in the conference and Palestinian solidarity work.

Once you have submitted your answers, we’ll get back to you with the link for registration. Early bird registration ends July 31st!

We are committed to working intergenerationally and inclusively, so we ask you to consider sponsoring a younger activist or seminarian by making a donation here.

Donate

For information about possible financial assistance to support your attendance, please email john.erickson@fosna.org with the subject “Conference Scholarship.”

A limited number of discount hotel rates are available at the DoubleTree Hotel beginning September 25. Rooms are under the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights reservation site.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St Paul Downtown (Connected to the InterContinental via Skyway)
411 Minnesota Street, Saint Paul, MN 55101
Rooms available September 25-30, 2018.
Rate: $149 per night for king or double beds.
Cut-off date for reservations: August 31, 2018
Book online here or call 651-291-8800 and use the group code CPR.

Don’t miss this opportunity to network with leading and emerging Christian activists, to focus on the strength of liberation theology as a basis for action, and to identify strategies for future collective action in Christian communities. The conference will enable you to hear what others are doing, learn practices for making liberation theology accessible, develop ideas on countering Christian Zionists, and structure future collective action.