Black Church Studies

2BCS4Dsc_0194Black Church Studies is an academic field that espouses linking divine justice and social justice in the development of excellence and leadership in the academy, church and community. Towards this end, it is the mission of the Black Church Studies program (BCS) at Brite Divinity School to provide an excellent teaching-learning context for shaping ministerial preparation and theological reflection for seminarians of all races and backgrounds. Our vision is for future church leaders and scholars to gain wider knowledge about, deeper appreciation of, and increased sensitivity for the Black Church within American society by emphasizing its teachings of freedom, justice, and equality.

 

DrHaynesBlack Church Studies Presents

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A Service of the Word with Dr. Frederick Haynes, III
Tuesday, February 11th at 11:00 a.m
Robert Carr Chapel

 

 

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A Service of Word & Table with Rev. Dr. Nash Wiggins
Global Missions Missionary Disciples of Christ
Tuesday, April 8th at 11:00 a.m.
Robert Carr Chapel

 

Keri Day

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Assistant Professor of Theological and Social Ethics
Director of the Black Church Studies Program