pic Ched Myers has taught at seminaries across North America and abroad. His primary commitment, however, is to popular theological education and social analysis with faith-based activists. He has worked for more than 25 years with peace and justice organizations and movements. He is a founder of the Word and World People\x92s School (<> which is committed to bridging the \x93seminary, the sanctuary and the streets\x94 and of the Sabbath Economics Collaborative, a national USA collegial group working on faith and economic justice. He works with Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries in Los Angeles,, an ecumenical organization promoting biblical literacy, church renewal and faith-based witness for justice. He has served as adjunct faculty at Fuller Theological Seminary and Claremont School of Theology (where he was the , 1998 Fellow in Urban Theology). Ched\x92s books include Binding the Strong Man: A Political Reading of Mark\x92s Story of Jesus (1988), Who Will Roll Away the Stone: Discipleship Queries for First World Christians (1994), and Say to This Mountain: Mark\x92s Story of Discipleship (1996, co-authored), all published by Orbis Books, and The Biblical Vision of Sabbath Economics. He is a contributing editor to Sojourners and The Other Side magazines.

Please join SafeHarbourChurch for worship on Oct. 16 at 7pm as we welcome Ched Myers to be our guest speaker.