May We Be One Webinar
MAY WE BE ONE WEBINAR This event is hosted in partnership with the NOW Movement. Understanding the heart of racial justice and why the Church should be involved. Learn from renowned voices leading conversations on racial reconciliation Workshops include equipping for leaders at district and local church levels Build practical next steps for communities pursuing racial justice AUGUST 8TH FROM 10:00 AM – […]
Earle Lectures on the Old Testament with Dr. Daniel Carroll (Rodas)
NTS is pleased to welcome Dr. Daniel Carroll (Rodas) to present the Earle Lectures on the Old Testament via Zoom. Registration is complimentary. Schedule (all times CDT): 1:30 - 2:45 pm Lecture 1: Reimagining Reality: The Power of the Prophetic Text | Q&A 2:45 - 3:00 pm Break 3:00 - 4:15 pm Lecture 2: Deconstructing the Unacceptable: Key Themes in […]
Church in Color: Addressing Racial Identity and Racism with Children and Youth
NTS is pleased to partner with Youthfront in offering this virtual event featuring Dr. Montague Williams, Dr. Monetta Bailey, Rev. Melissa Peters, and Jason Flewellen. Registration is complimentary, thanks to the Latham Fund for the Church’s Ministry to Early Childhood at Nazarene Theological Seminary. The series was created in honor of Joy and Mary Latham, long-time participants in discipleship education for […]
Reimagining Community: Race and the White Church
ABOUT Join us for this virtual event featuring Dr. Robert Jones, CEO and founder of Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) and the author of White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity. Jones writes regularly on politics, culture, and religion for The Atlantic online, NBC Think, and other outlets. He is frequently featured in major national media, […]
Grider-Winget Lectures in Theology with Dr. Willie Jennings
Nazarene Theological Seminary is pleased to offer the 2022 Grider-Winget Lectures in Theology with Dr. Willie James Jennings. This event is offered in partnership with Saint Paul School of Theology, Central Seminary, and St. James United Methodist Church. A complimentary lunch will be provided with registration. These lectures will offer a theology of building that moves from community planning and building, to institutional building, to forming people of faith – all with a view toward better ways of living together in and with our world.
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