Ministry Fair 2017
May 6, 2017
9:00am – 4:00pm
Waters of Reconciliation: Who is My Neighbor?
Join us on May 6, 2017 at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul/ Diocesan Center in Detroit for our Annual Ministry Fair.
Keynote Speaker: Heidi Kim, Staff Officer of the Episcopal Church for Racial Reconciliation
We will have over 20 exciting workshops that will help broaden our understanding on issues of diversity and inclusion as they relate to our everyday lives as brothers and sisters in Christ.
Registration is $15 with a box lunch available at an additional cost of $10. A vegetarian option is available.
Ministry Fair 2017’s Keynote Speaker:
As the Staff Officer for Racial Reconciliation for the Episcopal Church, Heidi Kim is responsible for facilitating the establishment and growth of networks in the Church that confront structural issues of racism in society and the church. Her approach begins with accountability to our Baptismal Covenant’s call to “seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself” and to “strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being.” She believes that true reconciliation involves lovingly embracing the vast diversity of background, belief, and experience found in the Body of Christ, and focusing on our common ministry therein.
Heidi has an extensive background in both secondary and higher education. She served as a Diversity Director for a Jesuit high school for six years, and taught courses at the college level in Sociology, Anthropology, Women’s/Gender Studies, American Studies, and Ethnic Studies. She also has extensive experience as a professional classical soprano, having sung with several of the nation’s top professional chamber choirs. She currently serves as the soprano section leader for the critically acclaimed ensemble, Seattle Pro Musica, and is in demand as a soloist with other choirs and festivals.
Heidi is a graduate of Brown University, holds an MA in Sociology from UCLA, and is currently completing an EdD in Educational Leadership at Seattle University. She is married to Dr. Alec Campbell, and has two teenage daughters, Fiona and Kiera. She attends St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral in Seattle, where she is a member of the Cathedral Choir.
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