Limited number of tickets still available for RLC Luncheon in Atlanta; Reserve your space today

Limited number of tickets still available for RLC Luncheon in Atlanta; Reserve your space today

By BJC Staff Reports

The 2014 Religious Liberty Council Luncheon is fast approaching, and tickets are selling quickly. This year’s event will be Friday, June 27, in Atlanta, Georgia, in conjunction with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly.

Tickets are available for $40 per person, and a table of 10 is $400. Last year’s luncheon sold out in advance, so make sure to purchase your ticket ahead of time. Only a limited number of seats will be available.

The keynote speaker is Melissa Rogers, special assistant to the president and the executive director of the White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Rogers served as the BJC’s associate general counsel from 1994-1999 and general counsel from 1999-2000. She also served as director of the Center for Religion and Public Affairs at the School of Divinity at Wake Forest University and as a nonresident senior fellow at The Brookings Institution.

The luncheon offers not only a great chance to hear from Rogers, but it is also an opportunity to connect with other Baptists and fellow supporters of religious liberty from all walks of life. It is open to the public, but you must have a ticket to attend.

Visit BJConline.org/luncheon to purchase your tickets today, or call our office at 202-544-4226.

The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly, which will be taking place surrounding the time of the luncheon, is free and open to the public. For more information on the assembly and to register for it, visit TheFellowship.info/assembly.

For questions about the luncheon, contact Development Director Taryn Deaton at tdeaton@BJConline.org or 202-544-4226.

2014 Religious Liberty Council Luncheon
Friday, June 27 at 11:30 a.m.
Regency Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, Ga.
Tickets: $40 each/$400 for a table of 10
BJConline.org/luncheon

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