Black Faith, Black Spirituality, and the American Story
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.
Monday, July 11 - Thursday, July 14, 2022
Calvin Theological Seminary Chapel
3233 Burton Street
Grand Rapids, Michigan
There will be a session each night at 7:00 p.m. from July 11-14.
- July 11: James Abbington, Singing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land: Hymns from 'One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism: An African American Ecumenical Hymnal’
- July 12: Stephanie Clintonia Boddie, Unfinished Business: From the Great Migration to Black Lives Matter
- July 13: Lisa M. Weaver, Liturgical Practices of Enslaved Africana People in the American Colonial Period As Witnessed in Select [En]slave[d] Narratives
- July 14: Danjuma Gibson, Demythologizing Freedom and the Beloved Community: A Practical Theology
Invite your friends and come learn from these scholars!
Free and open to the public!