INTERFAITH & INTERRACIAL DIALOGUE PROGRAM
We regret that due to unforeseen circumstances Rev. Cornell Brooks is unable to join us tonight.
Temple Sinai invites you to join a very important discussion on how people of faith can join together to create a more tolerant and just society. Our featured speaker is Pastor Richard L. Freeman, Sr. from Resurrection Baptist Church and Manager of Pastoral care at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Click for information on Friday's workshop for religious leaders at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.
Joining Temple Sinai’s Intergenerational Choir will be the choir from Bidwell Street United Presbyterian Church!
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (We will have an American Sign Language interpreter at this event.)
SPONSORED BY THE SIMON HAFNER CHARITABLE FOUNDATION & THE FINE FOUNDATION IN HONOR OF RABBI JAMIE GIBSON’S 30 YEARS OF SERVICE AT TEMPLE SINAI
Event Advisory Committee: Rev. Liddy Barlow (Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania), Rev. Richard Freeman (Resurrection Baptist Church), Rabbi Jamie Gibson (Temple Sinai), Rev. Rodney Lyde (Baptist Temple Church of Homewood), Rev. De Neice Welch (Bidwell Street United Presbyterian Church), and Rev. John Welch (Pittsburgh Theological Seminary)
About Pastor Richard L. Freeman, Sr.
Pastor Richard Lonnie Freeman, Sr., a native of Waycross, Georgia, was called to the Resurrection Baptist Church in July 2004. He was officially installed as Pastor on August 29, 2004. After a successful 13 year career in the group and health insurance business as a Marketing Executive, God ordered Pastor Freeman's steps to engage full-time in some aspect of ministry. Pastor Freeman serves as the Manager of Pastoral care at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, a position he has held for over 18 years.
Pastor Freeman has a love of teaching God's word and for helping families: gifts effectively utilized while functioning as the Pastor of Teaching at the Macedonia Baptist Church in Pittsburgh and the Bethesda Baptist Church in Washington, DC. He firmly believes that a strong family is a family committed to growing in the love and knowledge of God.