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Episcopal City Mission’s 2019 Annual Celebration will focus on the importance of finding hope in the now, through our actions in a place rather than focusing on a lofty intangible hope that will manifest in the future.  

Our  Keynote Speaker

“God's self-revelation to humanity does not occur from the centers of world power but in the margins of society.” 
Dr. Miguel A. de la Torre, Reading the Bible from the Margins

Miguel De La Torre is professor of Social Ethics and Latinx Studies at Iliff School of Theology, scholar-activist, author, and ordained Baptist minister. His books include Embracing Hopelessness and The U.S. Immigration Crisis: Towards and Ethics of Place.

Image of Boston University’s George Sherman Union

Image of Boston University’s George Sherman Union




Join us on June 11, 2019 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM Boston University’s George Sherman Union

The main entrance to the George Sherman Union (on Commonwealth Ave) is wheelchair accessible. There will be signage indicating the elevators and accessible restrooms as well as directional signage indicating the locations for the Reception and Dinner. For any accessibility questions or concerns, please contact Carly Margolis at carly@episcopalcitymission.org or 617-482-4826 ext 579

EPISCOPAL CITY MISSION IS GRATEFUL TO ALL OF OUR 2019 ANNUAL CELEBRATION SPONSORS INCLUDING:


Our 2018 Annual Celebration was focused on Prophetic Hope. Our understanding of “Prophetic Hope” is the capacity to fully see the world’s brokenness alongside the hope of what God might create through us.
Click here for more on last year’s event