Temple Talks

God and Politics: Should we separate Church and State?

November’s Temple Talk focuses on God and Politics. In 2018, the narrative has been centered on how our country is divided...by political party, religious beliefs, personal values, and race. Some might fear that there is no middle ground when it comes to policies that pull on our moral heart strings. In this month's Temple Talk, we discuss the topic of "God and Politics: Should we separate Church and State?" with Matthew Seawright, a socially conscious individual working to change lives through ministry and community outreach. Mr. Seawright assists people within the church and beyond to find a resolution for social issues. We are going to explore the topic of separation between Church and State looking at matters like women's sexual health, prayer in schools, or same sex marriage but also include activism and the role of church. 

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Currently residing in Birmingham, Alabama; Harry Matthew Seawright is a man of many hats and talents. From administration to music, Matthew, is active in a variety of organizations and ministries assisting in the resolution of social issues. Matthew is a licentiate in the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME) and is a member of Payne Chapel AME in Birmingham, AL.    Contact for more information: IG:  @mseadrums  FB:  @Matthew Lebone Seawright  Twitter:  @DrumMatt87

Currently residing in Birmingham, Alabama; Harry Matthew Seawright is a man of many hats and talents. From administration to music, Matthew, is active in a variety of organizations and ministries assisting in the resolution of social issues. Matthew is a licentiate in the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME) and is a member of Payne Chapel AME in Birmingham, AL.

Contact for more information: IG: @mseadrums FB: @Matthew Lebone Seawright Twitter: @DrumMatt87