Is the church called to reconcile societal rifts caused by election-year strife? What should our response be when politics divides the church and our communities? Has American Christianity become “antinomist” in our pursuit of prosperity and power? How will we heal this pain?
United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities (United) and Minnesota Council of Churches (MCC) invite you to a panel discussion on “The Christian Art and Practice of Reconciliation in Divisive Times” on Tuesday, March 24th at 6:30 p.m. at United Seminary in St. Paul. This event features Rev. Dr. Curtiss DeYoung, MCC executive director and author. Rev. Dr. DeYoung’s talk will include respondents United professors Rev. Dr. Carolyn Pressler, Hebrew Bible, Rev. Dr. John Lee, professor and director for spiritual formation, Rev. Dr. Justin Sabia-Tanis, professor and director for social transformation, and United alum Rev. Elizabeth Macaulay, lead pastor of Christ United Methodist Church in Rochester, MN. Light refreshments will be served.
Registration is $10 per person. Registration is limited to 100 people. Please register by March 17th: