Dr. Catherine Meeks, editor of “Living into God’s Dream: Dismantling Racism” (Morehouse Publishing, 2016) will lead a workshop Dismantling Racism.
The Workshop will be held on Saturday, July 29, in Dudley Fellowship Hall at Our Merciful Savior, 9:00 – 3:00. Lunch will be served.
Workshop attendance is limited and Calvary has five slots. While all the slots have been filled at this time, please contact Don Snow if you'd like to be waitlisted for this important event. Don can be reached by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outside the Workshop, there are two other opportunities to meet Dr. Meeks,
Meet and Greet: Friday July 28th at St. Thomas Episcopal Church 6:30 pm (check time)
Forum: Sunday July 30th at Christ Church Cathedral 12:30 pm
Dr. Meeks is the retired Clara Carter Acree Distinguished Professor of Socio-Cultural Studies at Wesleyan College and serves as the Chair of the Beloved Community: Commission on Dismantling Racism of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. Dr. Meeks is a Provisional in the Society of St. Anna the Prophet.
This Workshop is made possible by Christ Church Cathedral. Due to the close bonds that have been formed through the Urban Partnership, Dean Joan Pritcher has graciously extended this invitation to all Urban Partnership Parishes. It’s one more example of fellowship and ministry at work through this partnership.