United Theological Seminary

Events Calendar

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April 01 - April 04
  • 01
    01.April.Friday

    Death Lounge

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    April 1, 2022

    Online via Zoom

    The Interreligious Chaplaincy Program is hosting The Death Lounge! The Death Lounge is a virtual panel conversation with ministry professionals about death, dying, and the care practices that come along with end-of-life. The Death Lounge welcomes interaction, encompasses artistic expression, and is meant for both spiritual caregivers working with those at end-of-life and for community-members with questions about life-care planning and navigating final arrangements. You are invited to bring your questions and a comforting meal, and join us in this virtual lounge on April 1, 6:00 PM-8:00 PM CT on Zoom. Panelists include: Rev. Nikki Darlene Frontz, Rev. Lawrence T. Richardson, Rev. Michael Blackwood, Rev. Gina Harvey, and The Rev. Tory Moir.

    Contact Dr. Jessica Cha​pman Lape with questions or for more information.

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    Community: BIPOC

    7:00 PM
    April 1, 2022

    Black, Indigenous, Multiracial and People of Color (BIPOC)

    A time for reflection, resilience, and reverence. Let us build a community that sustains us joyfully. Bring your prayers, humor, love, and BIPOC passion to this place for us to “be us.”

    See this week’s Monday Morning for the Zoom meeting link. Contact Rev. Karen Hutt for more information.

  • 02
    02.April.Saturday
    No events
  • 03
    03.April.Sunday
    No events
  • 04
    04.April.Monday

    Picard Lecture: Catherine Keller

    7:30 PM
    April 4, 2022

    PICARD LECTURE ON ENVIRONMENTAL THEOLOGY & ETHICS

    “Apocalypse After All? Climate, Politics and Faith in the Possible”
    with Dr. Catherine Keller

    On campus and online

    Dr. Catherine Keller, George T. Cobb Professor of Constructive Theology in the Theological School and Graduate Division of Religion of Drew University, will join United for the 2022 Picard Lecture. Learn more and RSVP for “Apocalypse After All? Climate, Politics and Faith in the Possible.”