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What is the role of the Christian community in dismantling racism? Why should it be important to all people of God? Why is dismantling racism a concern for the Church? The Rev. Dr. Teresa L. Smallwood; James Franklin Kelly and Hope Eyster Kelly Associate Professor of Public Theology; her areas of specialty are Womanist and Feminist Theology and Ethics; Black Church Tradition; Race, Gender and Sexuality; Emmanuel Levinas; Africana Pastoral Theology; and 20th century Theology. The Rev. Dr. Rodney Smalls, Pastor, Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, Harrisburg. Dr. Smalls is a graduate of The Ecumenical Institute of Theology at St. Mary’s Seminary and University with Master of Arts degrees in both Theology and Church Ministries (Urban Ministry), and a Doctor of Ministry in Black Church Studies from Ashland Theological Seminary. Dr. Smalls’ undergraduate degree is in Biology from the University of South Carolina.

COST OF THE DAY (includes lunch):
$30.00 — single registration
$50.00 — two registrations from the same parish
$20.00 each — three or more registrations
from the same parish
$15/per person for live-stream (lunch not provided)
Make checks payable to: DIOCESE OF HARRISBURG
please indicate: “LARC Day” in the memo line of your check.
Detach the registration form and mail with your check by
January 5, 2022.

REGISTER ON-LINE
www.hbgdiocese.org/larc
OR MAIL REGISTRATIONS TO:
2022 LARC Day
Office for Ecumenism
Diocese of Harrisburg
4800 Union Deposit Road
Harrisburg, PA 17111
Questions? 717-564-1321

 

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