Beloved Conversations Meditations on Race & Ethnicity. Dr. Mark A. Hicks, from the Meadville/Lombard Theological School will lead the seminar. He is known for developing creative and probing learning encounters aimed at transforming the assumptions and practices of people engaged in the intersection of religious life and social change. This class will explicitly explore how we can do our part in the development of multi-racial, multicultural, and theologically diverse congregations and communities. Friday, August 12, 7 - 9 pm; Saturday, August 13, 9am - 3 pm; Eight weekly sessions of spiritual exploration to follow. These sessions will explicitly explore how we can be a part in developing multi-racial, multicultural and theologically diverse congregations and communities. Congregation-wide registration welcomed and anticipated. Suggested donation for the event $20. Continental breakfast and light lunch Saturday is included. Advance registration required. Signup at the book table any Sunday.
Phone: (225) 926.2291 8470 Goodwood Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70806