|We at WesleyNexus are pleased that you are checking out our February 12, 2017 program.
Evolution Weekend, 2017
Are Our Children At Risk?
Food Insecurity, Climate Change,
and Racial Bias
On February 12, go to live feed here
Our program flyer can be found here.
Get panel overview here.
Please register here so we know who is attending either in person or via live feed.
On-site registration will begin at 2:15 p.m. Free parking is available immediately in front and in back of the
Conference Center. We will have light refreshments before the program which will begin promptly at 3:00
There will be a book sale table, and
door prizes will be distributed at the end of the program. These are benefits of attending in person.
We have excellent publications that will be given to the winners of the drawings.
If you prefer not to attend in person, we have arranged for a live web stream so that churches and seminaries
can organize a “viewing event” and facilitate their own discussion. You can reach the web page for the
streaming video by clicking the icon above on the day of the event.
We encourage each group to participate in the discussion session following the presentations. You do that by
sending an email
with a group question to WesleyNexus@aol.com. Your question will be considered along with all those being
submitted by the in-person audience.
Although it is NOT necessary to contribute in support of this program, please know that we are dependent on
you, our participants, for donations to cover expenses for this and other WesleyNexus events. WesleyNexus is a
a certified 501(c)(3) charitable organization, so please consider supporting this initiative with a contribution either
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We will use these funds to further our efforts to promote the dissemination of resource material promoting the
dialogue between sound science and religion across the country.
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Institute for Science &
|Rev. Amy Stapleton
On Religion and
Race of the UMC