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The Voices Student Leader Conference is a two-day worship and leadership training event centering BIPOC student leaders from Oregon colleges and universities. The conference is hosted by George Fox University in Newberg, OR. Click here to register.Find out more »
It is possible: a world without injustice! We believe it is possible if we create the space to inspire and encourage each other. If we see and celebrate together which steps are already being taken. When people of hope and faith come together and encourage each other to break through unjust systems. Register HereFind out more »
The Explo Days create space for reflection and rethinking. Two days of inspiration to trace the powerful dimension of a holistic gospel. A place of encouragement to find new ease and joy in taking this diverse gospel into the world.Find out more »
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church has a wonderful tradition of inviting scholars from around our country to spend time with us to share their research and apply it to our life and work as a congregation. The Theologian-in-Residence program was created in appreciation for the ministry of David and Ruth Watermulder here at BMPC for 24 years. Saturday Morning Lecture April 30, 2022 10:00a.m. ET Sunday Morning Sermon May 1, 2022 10:00a.m. ET Sunday Morning Lecture May 1, 2022 11:15 am…Find out more »
From initial entry to resistance to rising, #The1619Pilgrimage will trace the story of Africans’ arrival on colonial soil, our strategies of resistance against unrelenting dehumanizing oppression, and our faith-rooted rise into the force that forged America’s soul. During this sojourn, participants will explore and experience stories of the commodification and exploitation of African lives through enslaved labor, as well as African resistance and rising from colonial slavery through reconstruction. During our journey, we will experience the music, art, dance, genealogy,…Find out more »
Since 2004, the women laity and clergy of St. James’s Episcopal Church have welcomed women to explore our Christian faith and the role of women in the church during a two-day conference held every other year. WomanKind is a weekend of faith and fellowship, enlightenment and engagement for women. An ecumenical Christian gathering, WomanKind welcomes women of all faiths. Our weekend opens with a Friday evening reception that features delicious food and friendly fellowship along with an opening keynote address.…Find out more »