Join us for our 2018 Clergy Education Series, The American Religious Future, Is there one? The Rev. Dr. Bill J. Leonard is the founding dean of the Wake Forest University School of … Continued
Clergy Leadership Series
One way faith can matter in the twenty-first century is through the integration of faith and work. Since most of us spend more than half of our waking lives at work, a faith that really matters must matter at work, no matter what we do.
Rev. Jon Black recalls the experiences of South Carolina’s Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church, which he leads, in the aftermath of the Charleston Emanuel A.M.E. Massacre. The Rev. Clementa Pinckney, slain by Dylann Roof at Emanuel, was a former pastor of Campbell Chapel and mentor to Rev. Black.
Join The Ecumenical Center for a special luncheon focusing on the Ten Commandments from a Judeo-Christian perspective.
Please join us for a working lunch at The Center with Rev. Dr. George Mason, senior pastor at Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas. Mason will be presenting on lessons … Continued