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Cultural Values and Changing Contexts
online course | March 6, 2023
From Mon. March 6 to Fri. March 31, 2023
In this course, gain insights into change management that is both sensitive and effective. This is one of five, 2-credit courses, in the graduate level Cultural Intelligence for Christian Leaders Certificate.
2023 Calvin Symposium on Worship
Grand Rapids, Michigan | February 8, 2023
From Wed. February 8 to Fri. February 10, 2023
An in-person conference, centered around Paul's letter to the Colossians, held on the campus of Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary.
Diversity among Shared Cultures
online course | January 9, 2023
From Mon. January 9 to Fri. February 3, 2023
In this course, learn to examine various aspects of diversity and anti-racism, and develop an actionable plan applicable to your context. This is one of five, 2-credit courses, in the graduate level Cultural Intelligence for Christian Leaders Certificate.
For God So Loved the Cosmos . . . A Service of Lessons and Carols
Grand Rapids, Michigan | December 4, 2022
Sun. December 4, 2022
Join Calvin University choir students for a service of lessons and carols on the theme of "For God So Loved the Cosmos . . ."
Public Worship and Right Relations with Indigenous Communities
Grand Rapids, Michigan | November 10, 2022
Thu. November 10, 2022 from 12:00PM to 1:00PM (EST)
A conversation with Mike Hogeterp, Sarah Travis, and Kenny Wallace, hosted by Maria Eugenia Cornou. In this webinar session, each panelist will share about their ministry/scholarly work among and with Indigenous communities, followed by a time of moderated discussion and then questions from the audience.
Witnessing to the God of Life: Reformation Sunday Worship Service
online event | October 30, 2022
Sun. October 30, 2022 at 9:00AM (EDT)
Livestreamed from the Waldensian Church at the Piazza Cavour Rome, Italy.
Cultural Values and Leadership
online course | October 24, 2022
From Mon. October 24 to Fri. November 18, 2022
In this course learn to apply leadership theories to respond to cultural diversity in a variety of settings. This is one of five, 2-credit courses, in the graduate level Cultural Intelligence for Christian Leaders Certificate.
Cultural Values and Life Together
online course | August 29, 2022
From Mon. August 29 to Fri. October 21, 2022
In this course learn to interpret interactions with others through a lens of cultural intelligence and humility. This is one of five, 2-credit courses, in the graduate level Cultural Intelligence for Christian Leaders Certificate.
Why the Arts Matter in a Culture of Reductionism
Grand Rapids, Michigan | August 17, 2022
Wed. August 17, 2022 from 8:00PM to 9:00PM (EDT)
An evening with Jeremy Begbie
An Awkward Marriage? Music and Language in Worship
Grand Rapids, Michigan | August 15, 2022
From Mon. August 15 to Fri. August 19, 2022
A week-long seminar led by Jeremy Begbie.
A Coherent Ritual Life
Grand Rapids, Michigan | July 19, 2022
Tue. July 19, 2022 from 8:00PM to 9:00PM (EDT)
A public conversation between Dru Johnson and Cory Willson
Why Rituals? Exploring Our Inescapably Ritualized World and Faith
Grand Rapids, Michigan | July 18, 2022
From Mon. July 18 to Fri. July 22, 2022
Why “do this in remembrance” and not just “think on these things”? The biblical world of rituals is thick, including the habits of daily life, treaties with gods and kings, and the calendar of Israel’s and Christianity’s worship. We are ritualed creatures, and the Scriptures uniquely claim that rituals yield skill, discernment, and the understanding necessary to serve in the kingdom of God.
Demythologizing Freedom and the Beloved Community: A Practical Theology
Grand Rapids, Michigan | July 14, 2022
Thu. July 14, 2022 from 8:00PM to 9:00PM (EDT)
A highlighting of the psychological and spiritual profiles of key religious anti-racist figures from the 19th and 20th Century, using practical theology and psychohistory.
Liturgical Practices of Enslaved Africana People in the American Colonial Period As Witnessed in Select [En]slave[d] Narratives
Grand Rapids, Michigan | July 13, 2022
Wed. July 13, 2022 from 8:00PM to 9:00PM (EDT)
An examination of enslaved narratives as a genre and primary source of the experiences of enslaved Africana people in the American context and presents select excerpts reflective of their theology and liturgical practice.
Unfinished Business: From the Great Migration to Black Lives Matter
Grand Rapids, Michigan | July 12, 2022
Tue. July 12, 2022 from 8:00PM to 9:00PM (EDT)
Viewing and discussion of a musical documentary that showcases untold Great Migration [1916-1970] stories of elders from Black churches in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and connects their distinctive history to the contemporary Black Lives Matter movement.
Singing the Lord's Song in a Strange Land: Hymns from ‘One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism: An African American Ecumenical Hymnal’
Grand Rapids, Michigan | July 11, 2022
Mon. July 11, 2022 from 8:00PM to 9:00PM (EDT)
In this interactive session, participants will sing selected hymns from this recently published hymnal that are related to various topics in the seminar “African American Religious Autobiography.”
Black Faith, Black Spirituality, and the American Story
Grand Rapids, Michigan | July 11, 2022
From Mon. July 11 to Thu. July 14, 2022
Join us for four special nights of learning from the stories and practices of Black Americans. Each night, one of our special guests will share aspects of the faith and spirituality of Africana people living in the United States, and how their stories have intersected with and helped shape the American story.
2022 African American Religious Autobiography Seminar
Grand Rapids, Michigan | July 10, 2022
From Sun. July 10 to Fri. July 15, 2022
Insights for Pastoral and Worship Ministries.
Tenebrae - Online
online event | April 15, 2022
Fri. April 15, 2022 at 1:00PM (EDT)
A service of shadows for Holy Week