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Posted from Nashville Chapter of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, Barry Lynn coming to Tennessee.
SAVE THE DATES:
Rev. Barry Lynn "One Nation Under Whose God? - Religion and Politics
2004." Sunday, March 28, 1:30 pm at Scarritt-Bennett Center on the
of the Vanderbilt Campus in Nashville. Free.
ALSO Rev. Barry Lynn is conducting a church-state workshop at Shalom
Center, Pleasant Hill TN, Sat., March 27. His portion of the all-day
program starts at 1. It is free, and all are welcome. There is a
charge for a sandwich lunch. Advise if you are considering attending
might consider ride-sharing.
Two-day Compass II Conference: The Campaign for Tennessee's Future to
held on Friday and Saturday, March 26-27, 2004 at the Vanderbilt
hotel in Nashville. This gathering will bring together people from
the state working for social, economic and environmental justice.
Compass II Benefit Concert, featuring many fine musicians, will be held
at the Belcourt Theater on Thursday, March 25th.
Banquet Friday night, March 26, 2004 at the Vanderbilt Marriott Hotel
featuring Rev. Wil Campbell. He will be introduced by renowned
author, John Egerton. REGISTER NOW AND SAVE MONEY! DEADLINE FOR EARLY
REGISTRATION IS MARCH 1st. Go to www.tennesseeallianceforprogress.org
to register with a credit card.
Posted by mjb
Feb. 16, 2004