Montague Williams is Professor of Church, Culture, and Society at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA. He teaches and writes at the intersection of ethics and practical theology, and he is the author of Church in Color: Youth Ministry, Race, and the Theology of Martin Luther King, Jr (Baylor University Press, 2020). Prior to his current role, Williams worked in congregational pastoral ministry and college chaplaincy. He holds a PhD in Theological Studies from Boston University and was the recipient of the Wesleyan Theological Society's Outstanding Dissertation Award. Alongside his teaching post, Dr. Williams is an educational advisor for the “Trauma-Responsive Congregations” project a national Lilly-endowed endeavor that seeks to bring the resources of trauma theology and trauma-response chaplaincy training to bear on congregational ministry in the cities of Boston and San Diego. Dr. Williams and his wife Jennie Williams are parents of a daughter, Sophia, and a son, Ethan.
Last Updated: 11/17/2021