2015 Sunday Interdenominational Worship
To begin the final full day of the EAD 2015 National Gathering Bishop José García gave a rousing sermon to conclude our morning worship focused on the unique impact Christian advocacy on the issues of mass incarceration can have.
Keynote Preacher: Bishop José García
NOTE: Due to copyright restrictions, videos of the full Sunday Worship will not be provided.
Bishop José García, Director of Church Relations. Joined Bread for the World in August of 2014. He plays a key role in carrying out Bread’s Long-Term Plan and the newly-adopted Three-Year plan, emphasizing grounding our work in God’s love and becoming a more diverse organization.
Previously, he served for ten years as the Presiding Bishop for the Church of God of Prophecy in California. He was responsible for the organizational structure, implementation, and administration of the total ministries of the church. He has also served as Executive Director of the NHRPCH, a non-profit organization dealing with the numerous disparities in health, social and economic status faced by Hispanics in the US, and in local and national boards such as “La Red”, and NALEC, that advocate for immigration reform. Bishop García received a Master Degree in Public Health Education from the School of Public Health in Puerto Rico, and is pursuing a Master of Arts Degree from Gordon Conwell Seminary.