Kenilworth Union Church has long supported impactful outreach work across Greater Chicago. One of these remains our Centennial Scholar Fund, initiated the year of Kenilworth Union’s centennial celebration in 1992 when a group of families pooled their financial contributions to being funding of local seminary students focused on urban ministry in our city’s most challenged areas. Presently, we are providing scholarship assistance to four seminary scholars at various Chicago-area seminaries.
In conjunction with the Adult Education Committee, the Centennial Scholar Committee encourages you to join us Monday, April 25 at 7 p.m. in the Culbertson Room, or livestream, as two of our scholars talk about their studies, their work, and how the Church’s scholarship made a difference.
Nelson Sinchi graduated form Catholic Theological Union and now serves in a hospital chaplain training program.
Reverend Damon Smith graduated from McCormick Theological Seminary and currently works as Community Outreach Director for CHANGE Illinois.
Please join us to hear from these talented and committee Centennial scholarship recipients, with an opportunity to meet them following the one-hour presentation.