Voting Your Conscience: The Role of Faith and Values

Wednesday Oct 28, 2020, 7:00 PM GMT, zoom -

We are pleased to announce a conversation focused on voting one’s conscience. During this discussion, presented with our partners at The CEEP Network, our panelists will engage with each other and attendees on how our faith can and should play a role in how we undertake our civic obligation.

Where you place your ‘X' when you vote is one of the most significant ways you make your mark on society. As we often hear from politicians and political prognosticators, elections have consequences.

The question then is how do you choose where to put that ‘X’ on the ballot? And, as important a question is what part does your faith play in that decision?

Knowing your vote is all the more important in our increasingly divided world, our panel will discuss how to bring our faith - our conscience - into the voting booth with us. We will ask Christians with experience in politics what factors they take into account in voting. Together, we will discuss how scripture, faith, church, and values play into our voting decisions? We may not agree on who should receive our vote, but for the sake of repairing our deep divides, understanding how faith and conscience influence voting can help.

Panelists Include:

  • Jan Cope - Provost, Washington National Cathedral; Washington, D.C.
  • Robert Hendrickson - Rector, St. Philip’s Church; Tucson, Arizona
  • Tricia Hillas - Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons; London, UK
  • Kim Jackson - Vicar, Church of the Common Ground and Candidate for Georgia State Senate District 41; Atlanta, Georgia
  • Russell Rook - Founding Partner, Good Faith Partnership; London, UK