Am I My Sister’s Keeper? Women’s ministry conference Nov. 4 July 11, 2017 Connecting, e-Connections, Events Am I My Sister’s Keeper? Homelessness, Opioid Addiction & Claiming Resurrection: A Deeper Look at Women and Children on the Street A Conference sponsored by diocesan Women’s Ministries will be held on Saturday, November 4 at Procter Center from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Cost is $10/person, includes lunch. All are welcome to attend. Jaclyn Cherubini, Executive Director of the Hoboken Shelter in New Jersey will address homelessness from the perspective of women and children. Two co-presenters from St. Andrew’s, Pickerington, will address the opiate addiction epidemic in Ohio and homelessness. The Rev. Anna Olson, Rector of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Los Angeles and author of Claiming Resurrection in the Dying Church: Freedom Beyond Survival will help us to explore our mission field with a new set of eyes to advocate for and serve the homeless and others nearby our churches. The conference concludes with Eucharist celebrated by Bishop Price and Bishop Rivera. More information and registration can be found at http://diosohio.org/events/event/am-i-my-sisters-keeper/.