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John Pavlovitz in Tulsa Aug. 11 for Harold E. Hill Lecture Series

Phillips Theological Seminary is pleased to be a co-sponsor of the Harold E. Hill Lecture Series as it brings John Pavlovitz to Tulsa, August 11.

Pavlovitz is the author of A Bigger Table: Building Messy, Authentic, and Hopeful Spiritual Community.

The lecture begins at 7 p.m. at College Hill Presbyterian Church, 712 S. Columbia Ave. in Tulsa. Pavlovitz will also preach at the church August 12 at its 11 a.m. service.

The Harold E. Hill Lecture Series, a program of College Hill Presbyterian Church, honors the late Rev. Dr. Hill for his lifetime of work to promote an intellectually honest, scientifically-based understanding of religion, and his dedication to work for justice in the communities in which he was a part.

The public is invited to join Pavlovitz on August 11 for a hopeful night of storytelling, encouragement, and honest conversation, about setting the table for a new, more loving expression of faith and community.

More information about the event is available online and by calling the church at 918.592.5800.

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