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July 31, 2018

Christian Union New York 

Join Christian Union New York for an evening of vibrant conversation on our call to engage the city. A panel of experts, representing several key non-profits making impact in NYC like Hope for New York, Restore NYC, and others, will talk about their mission as well as unique opportunities to volunteer in areas of need. 

Drew Griffin, Editor of Providence Magazine, will moderate the discussion and speak briefly on what it means to volunteer in the context of our call to societal transformation. We hope you will join us for a powerful night of vision-casting for making a difference in New York City.

Date and Time 
Tuesday, July 31, 2018
7 - 9p.m.

Scandinavia House
58 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Please RSVP here. Space is limited, and a $15 registration fee is required. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you believe you've been offered free admission.

About the Speaker
Drew Griffin is the managing editor for Providence Magazine. He holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Arkansas and a MDiv in Biblical and Theological Studies from the Southern Baptists Theological Seminary. Drew is a veteran of over a dozen political campaigns and is a featured writer and speaker on the intersection of faith and culture. He has taught theology at the New York School of the Bible and served for four years as founder and pastor of Cross Church NYC, a Protestant church plant in Manhattan's Upper East Side. Drew lives in Manhattan, with his wife Emily and daughter Charlotte. 

About CU New York Forums

CU New York Forums highlight thoughtful leaders in various fields speaking on leadership and the engagement of the world with faith. These forums provide an opporunity for Christian leaders in New York City to discuss and debate the role and implications of faith in the public square.

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