Telling the Mother Emanuel Story on Film, May 14 in D.C.
The mass shooting at Mother Emanuel Church was a major wake-up call in 2015 to the rise of home-grown terrorism among white supremacists in the U.S.
There is a remarkable film made about the church’s struggle, the forces of local racism, and the people’s strength. It is called “Emanuel” and screens in D.C. on Tuesday May 14, at the Museum of…
Faculty Tour of MOTB Friday March 22
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Healthy Boundaries Success: Ecumenism and Sexual Ethics
Students from six Consortium Schools gathered to engage the sexual misconduct crisis with ecumenical force. Msgr. Stephen Rossetti and Dr. Kate Ott offered engaging training, exercises, and discussion to equip students to be proactive in building healthy ministries and churches. What was unique about this form of training? a) personal self-awareness around attraction, relationships and healthy sexuality as part of…
The Ecumenical Challenge–Dr. Mitzi Budde’s address
Do you know why Ecumenism is a priority for the Churches? Do you know how do go about it? Dr. Budde guided the Figel Event audience to both responses with a stellar address that provided a theological rationale for practical engagement. Communing with one another is a way of Communing with God. As various churches live toward greater unity, we…
New Film on Howard Thurman–DC Debut February 5!
A new film on Howard Thurman’s life and theology will take place on Tuesday, February 5, 6:30 pm at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church. Sponsored by the Howard University School of Divinity and the McClendon Scholar program at NYAPC. Information below.
Hispanic Ministry and Public Life Event at Wesley
WTC Students can attend for only $100! Scholarship help available from WTC.
Luther Colloquy: Theology and Exegesis in African Contexts Oct. 31
Christianity is growing faster in Africa than anywhere else in the world; Lutheran churches have participated in that growth alongside a varied array of other denominations and movements. What directions might Lutheran theology, exegesis, and church life take in Africa? And what will the implications of these directions be for the future of Lutheranism and of Christianity itself? Daylong event with experts…
Speaker Profiles for Faculties’ Convocation Sept 24
Dr. John F. Haught will address the 46th Annual Faculties’ Convocation at the John Leland Center, Monday, Sept. 24 (4:30-8:00 with dinner and faculty groups). His address is entitled: “Inside Our Awakening Universe: The New Cosmic Story and the Meaning of Faith.” He will argue for an Anticipatory view of the Cosmos that embraces the universe as an unfinished drama,…