October 27, 12-1 p.m., via Zoom
The United Methodist Church has Social Principles on Immigration and seeks to care for persons who migrate to the United States of America. Join us for our monthly interactive and informative lunch and learn as we explore some of the intersections between our faith and immigration issues in our current world. Join us as we hear some lived experience stories, perhaps from a perspective that differs from our own, as well as an opportunity for Q&A discussion. It will be an hour of fellowship, learning and hope.
Rev. Carlos Uroza, pastor of Woodbine UMC/Primer Iglesia Metodista and interim Executive Director of Cosecha, will be the guest speakers for this month's webinar.
A Zoom link will be provided upon registration for the webinar.
About the Speaker
Rev. Carlos Uroza is the Pastor of Woodbine United Methodist Church and Primera Iglesia Metodista Hispana. He has a B.S. in Culinary Management from the Art Institute and a Masters of Divinity from Vanderbilt Divinity School. He also serves as the interim Executive Director of Cosecha Community Development, a new non-profit in south Nashville whose mission is “Gathering Neighbors Together to Foster Community.” He is married to Dr. Sarah Uroza, and they are blessed to have a 7-year-old, Luke, and a dog named Molly “Tamale.”