Join us on Thursday, May 10, for an enlivening discussion with the Rev. Katherine Bush as we explore the poetry of "Practicing Resurrection." Taken from a line in Wendell Berry's poem, "Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front," Practicing Resurrection will consist of an evening of poetry sharing and group engagement.
Join us on November 16 at the Church Health Crosstown Concourse community room (1350 Concourse Ave.) as we hear from Rev. Virzola Jo-Nan Law as she explores the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the "Beloved Community" he championed during his life.
Join Theology Live's new host, Ms. Meredith Day, as she interviews public theologian and University of Memphis professor Dr. Andre Johnson on theology, what happened in Charlottesville, VA., and #TakeEmDown901.
The event will take place in Church Health's community room at Crosstown Concourse, between the west and central atria.
Father Broderick will interview the Rev. Dr. Eboni Marshall Turman, Assistant Professor of African American Religion and Theology at Yale University's Divinity School about her journey to theology, what she's reading, and why she does what she does.
Join us Dr. Emily Ballew Neff, Executive Director of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, will look at how art, specifically that of Yinka Shonibare MBE and his four sculptures, Rage of the Ballet Gods, on view in the museum’s Dunavant Rotunda, playfully touch on pagan mythology, globalization, dance, violence and climate change.