Our nineteenth annual Faith & Justice Breakfast is quickly approaching! People of all faiths, or lack thereof, are invited to join us on the morning of Wednesday, August 23rd at Temple Beth Abraham in Oakland.
EBHO is honored to announce two of our speakers, Rev. Marvin K. White, who will deliver an opening prayer, and Rev. Jeremy McCants, who is our keynote speaker. Rev. White and Rev. McCants have devoted their lives to extending support and inspiring hope for our neighbors across the East Bay, and we are excited to have them join us to share their light and wisdom.
Our inspiring speakers have been chosen in line with the theme of this year’s Breakfast: Breaking Bread, Branching Out. At this year’s Breakfast, we will connect with our roots, be they in a faith community or lack thereof, then connect with our neighbors and invite them into the fight for housing justice.
Be sure to purchase your tickets today to see why this incredible event is a hallmark of EBHO programming! Read on to learn more about the event and our speakers below.
Rev. Jeremy J. McCants is a native of the little town of Senoia, Georgia. He is a 2013 Cum Laude graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Religion, and he is also a 2016 graduate of The Divinity School at Duke University, earning a Master of Divinity Degree with a concentration in Baptist Studies. Rev. Jeremy first honors his call to ministry and the Black Church and serves as the Minister of Prophetic Justice at the historic Allen Temple leading the work of preserving and proclaiming the faith of the people in areas of social justice.
On the professional side, he serves as a Faith Rooted Organizer for East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy (EBASE), an organization committed to fighting for equitable and economic power in the Bay Area. Rev. Jeremy McCants defines himself as a Southern Gent dedicated to the liberation of all God’s creation through the life, love and light of God expressed through Jesus Christ.
Reserve Your Spot Today
Join us on the morning of August 23rd for our nineteenth annual Faith & Justice Breakfast!
Our annual Faith & Justice Breakfast is a moving event that is a hallmark of EBHO programming. Attendees will enjoy coffee, breakfast, and musical entertainment, and hear from faith leaders on their perspective on the fight for housing justice. People of all faiths, or lack thereof, are welcome.
Take this opportunity to help us cultivate a community practice of growth, nurturing, and shared wisdom to continue our work to create a racially and economically just East Bay with affordable housing for all.