A panel of leaders from different congregations across New Orleans — including Temple Sinai, St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church and the Unitarian Universalist Church — will convene next week to discuss issues of sexuality and family planning during an interfaith perspective forum at Trinity Episcopal Church on (Monday) March 10.
For more information please refer to the following information from Trinity Episcopal Church:
Please join us for “Interfaith Perspectives on Sexuality and Family Planning in the 21st Century,” a faith forum, scheduled for 6:30-8P.m. on March 10 at Trinity Episcopal Church in New Orleans located at 1329 Jackson Ave. New Orleans, La. 70130. This event will bring religious leaders of various denominations together to speak about such issues as birth control, in vitro fertilization (IVF), etc.
Event co-sponsors include the National Council of Jewish Women, Law Students For Reproductive Justice, Louisiana Women’s Roundtable,Temple Sinai and Trinity Episcopal Church and Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast.
Confirmed panelists include:
Rabbi Ed Cohn, Temple Sinai
Rev. Henry Hudson, Trinity Episcopal
Rev. Dr. Dwight Webster, Christian Unity Baptist Church
Rev. Deanna Vandiver, Unitarian Universalist
Elizabeth Lott, St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church
This event is free and open to the public.