Those who preach are invited to attend this homiletic class on preaching black resiliency, with the Rev. Dr. Leslie Callahan who serves as the first female pastor of St. Paul’s Baptist Church in Philadelphia and holds degrees from Harvard, Union Theological Seminary and Princeton University.
Space is limited. Lunch will be served and tickets are required. Ticket information is available here.
The class precedes "May We Forever Stand," to be held that evening, at 7:30 p.m., at the Greater Framingham Community Church. All are invited to attend this ecumenical worship service at which people of faith will gather to honor ancestors, commemorate 400 years of black resiliency and pray for an end to systemic racial injustice. The preacher will be Bishop Claude Alexander, who has served as the senior pastor of the Park Church in Charlotte, N.C., for the past 27 years, with degrees from Morehouse College, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and Gordon-Conwell Theological School.
For information contact the Massachusetts Council of Churches at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-523-2771.