Lectures

CRCDS Fall and Spring Lecture Series 

A key component of the CRCDS education and experience are the annual Fall and Spring Lectures. The Lectures connect nationally and internationally known scholars and leaders to CRCDS for a critical and engaging conversation on a range of topics related to the Black Church, women in ministry, LGBTQ+ issues, preaching, pastoral ministry, family ministry, children and adolescent health and spirituality, ethics, ecumenism, inter-faith studies, and Veterans’ issues. Each week of lectures includes worship services and opportunities to reflect on God’s call, both as individuals and as a community. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, April 4th - Gene E. Bartlett Chapel Service
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Daryl G. Bloodsaw
 
Tuesday, April 5th - Christian Faith & LGBTQ+ Experience Lecture 
Lecturer: Elyse Ambrose, Ph.D. 
 
Wednesday, April 6th - Stanley I. Stuber Lecture - Doctor of Ministry Student Panel 
 
Thursday, April 7th - African American Legacy Lecture 
Lecturer: Dr. Phillis Isabella Sheppard 
 
 
Fall 2022 Lecture Series

September 19 - 23, 2022 

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