The Center for African American Theological Education (CAATS) is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this weekend! Join us in exploring how teaching methods that center the African American experience can shape theological education and Urban Ministry for the 21st Century with a weekend full of theological reflection, dialogue, and discernment.
We hope you will be able to join us as we celebrate an important milestone in SCUPE’s journey. Please follow the links below to register (at no cost) so that we will know of your presence with us at these events:
A Public Forum on the State of African American Theological Education
Featuring: Rev. Dr. Yvonne Delk, Rev. Dr. John Kinney, Rev. Dr. Martha Stewart, and Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright
Friday, September 19, 2014, 7-9pm at
DuSable Museum of African American History (740, E. 56th Place, Chicago)
The Annual Jeremiah Wright Lecture –
“Prophetism in the Black Church after Jeremiah Wright”
– Rev. Dr. Martha Simmons
Saturday, September 20, 2014, 12:30-2pm at
Trinity United Church of Christ (400 W. 95th Street, Chicago)
The Rev. Martha Simmons will be our guest lecturer this year. The editor and publisher of The African American Pulpit, and the creator of the online resource, The African American Lectionary, Dr. Simmons has been named one of the outstanding African American women preachers in America. As one of this generation’s leading preaching professors Dr. Simmons is committed to training ministers to preach prophetically in the twenty first century.
A gifted educator, Dr. Simmons recently launched the Women of Color in Ministry project, which seeks to confront gender discrimination in churches, seminaries, and service organizations.