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Worship Celebration | May 21 | 11:45 AM
May 21 @ 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Sermon by the Executive Director at Stanford University’s Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Dr. David Kyuman Kim
Join us in-person at East End Temple (245 E 17th St, New York, NY 10003) or online on Facebook, YouTube or our homepage for our worship celebration!
Because the CDC and the WHO have declared COVID is no longer a global threat, worship is now mask-optional. Read more about our updated COVID policy.
If you’re interested in another worshipful opportunity, consider joining Pray to Rise online on Wednesday mornings, hosted by the Middle ministry team. We now offer two chances to gather and pray together! Pray to Rise East meets at 8:00 a.m. ET and Pray to Rise West meets at 10:00 a.m. ET.
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About Dr. David Kyuman Kim:
David Kyuman Kim is the Executive Director at CCSRE. He has published widely on religion and public life, political theory, and the Asian American religious experience. Kim is Co-Convener of the Love-Driven Politics Collective, a group of scholars, artists, and social justice activists dedicated to responding to the political evil, acrimony, anger, and cynicism of our times by cultivating a common politics animated by compassion, generosity, and mercy.
In wide-demand as a public speaker and praised by Cornel West as “the leading philosopher of religion and culture of his generation.” Kim is developing a new show called Radical Love that will address the moral challenges of our times through live-format dialogues with leading artists, activists, and thought leaders. His current book project is The Public Life of Love, a study of the constructive uses of love in American culture.