Immigration scholar to speak in Koloa

The community is invited to a lecture by the Rev. Dr. David Vasquez-Levy, author of publications that explore migration stories in sacred texts and in people’s lives.

His program is set for 7 to 8:30 p.m. Jan. 25 at Koloa Union Church.

Vasquez-Levy is a nationally recognized immigration scholar. His work on immigration has led him to serve as a consultant on documentaries and contribute a faith perspective to the national conversation on immigration — including speaking at a congressional briefing and participating in two immigration consultations at the White House.

Vasquez-Levy serves as the president of Pacific School of Religion, an interdenominational, progressive Christian seminary located in Berkeley, California.

An offering will be taken, and a reception in Moore Hall will follow the lecture.


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