Ticket ordering for the BCE/CBFNC ethics luncheon at the CBF General Assembly in Greensboro, N.C., on Thursday, June 27 is now closed. For ticket availability, please visit the venue prior to the luncheon.
What: Baptist Center for Ethics and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina are sponsoring an annual luncheon at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s General Assembly
When: Thursday, June 27, from 11:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: Imperial Ballroom D, Sheraton at Four Seasons Mall, Greensboro, N.C.
What’s the Program: The luncheon will preview several vignettes from a forthcoming documentary that explores stories of how Christians are engaging in prison ministries, advancing religious liberty for the incarcerated, facing the challenges of returning citizens and seeking to be faithful to the biblical call to care for prisoners.
With both political parties recognizing that the recidivism rate is way too high and the prison costs are breaking budgets, the prison issue is one where there appears to be a convergence of political cooperation. It is also an issue where churches are making a real difference.
Learn what Baptists and others are doing to change the lives of the incarcerated and to lower the recidivism rate. (See below for an early clip featuring Jimmy Carter.)
Who Should Attend: Goodwill Baptists committed to social justice and mercy ministries, and everyone who knows that this luncheon is one of the highlights of the general assembly.
What’s the Cost:
- A table for 10 will cost $320. (To buy a table, enter "10" in the quantity field at right and, on checkout, put the table sponsor's name in the "company name" field).
- An individual ticket is $32.
- Tickets at these prices are limited.
- Reservations accepted only with payment.
To buy tickets using a credit card, use the shopping cart at right.
To buy tickets using a check, send $32.00 per ticket to:
Baptist Center for Ethics
P.O. Box 150506
Nashville, TN 37215
Click here to learn more about the CBF General Assembly.
Jimmy Carter Discusses Prisons as Punishment from EthicsDaily on Vimeo.