- Wednesday | October 7, 2020
- 07:30 AM -
W. Don McClure Lectures and World Mission Initiative, Continuing Ed/ Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Wednesdays, October 7, 14, 21, & 28
In this time of racial unrest, it is important for people of faith to know what we are called to be and where we are called to stand. We need to learn how to talk to one another and to those outside our faith community. Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, through the McClure Lecture Series and World Mission Initiative promises to give us tools to engage in truthful conversation on how our understanding of race influences our mission in the world. Westminster will host a follow-up conversation for members “attending” the lecture series. To learn more and to register click here.
October 7: Unlearning the Habits of Slaveholder Religion, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
October 14: Crossing Cultures, Building Bridges, Brenda Salter McNeil
October 21: Where Do We Go from Here?, Salter McNeil and Wilson-Hartgrove
October 28: Keys for Allies to Use their Superpowers: Vulnerability and Compassion in Anti-Racism Effectiveness, David Campt
The event is free but requires registration. To register and to learn more about the program and the speakers, go to pts.edu/wmi-conference.
Westminster Follow-up Conversation
Thursday, October 29
On October 29, Westminster will host a conversation for those who have connected to the series. You are invited to submit questions and comments following each session to Barbara Marsh, email@example.com , who will gather these for our October 29th conversation. At this point we expect that conversation to be virtual as well, so we will provide connecting details to those who request them, also from Barbara Marsh.