Religion, community engagement the topic of next UA Little Rock Downtown lecture

The UA Little Rock Downtown Lecture Series continues on Wednesday, March 6, with a talk on “Religion and Community Engagement in Little Rock” by Dr. Rebecca Glazier, associate professor in UA Little Rock’s School of Public Affairs.

The lecture begins at 6 p.m. at UA Little Rock Downtown, 333 President Clinton Ave.

Using data from more than 2,000 congregants and 200 clergy in Little Rock, Dr. Glazier will share information about the benefits of faith-based community engagement and take suggestions for questions and topics for the 2020 Little Rock Congregations Study survey of congregants.

The UA Little Rock Downtown Lecture Series features UA Little Rock faculty discussing issues in science, health, community, the arts, and other topics every Wednesday from 6-7 p.m.

All lectures are free and open to the public, but individuals are encouraged to RSVP by emailing downtown@ualr.edu. For more information, contact Ross Owyoung, UA Little Rock Downtown director, at 870-501-2700 or rlowyoung@ualr.edu.

Photo by Benjamin Krain

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