The Women's Center at Duke Divinity School will hold its 2020 Jill Raitt Lecture featuring speaker Dr. Janet Soskice, professor of philosophical theology at the University of Cambridge, on "Loving Ourselves: A Feminist User's Guide to Embodied Theology."
The annual Anglican Episcopal House of Studies (AEHS) Study Day offers clergy, other ministry professionals, and students the chance to learn and reflect on a substantial topic relating to theology and ministry.
The collaboration will discover, design, and disseminate leadership strategies from the Black Church for the Whole Church through research, training, and convening.
Through a variety of seminars, programs, gatherings, lectures, and other events, the Divinity School seeks to help strengthen your faith by building your knowledge about the church and its practices.
Leadership Education at Duke Divinity
Leadership Education at Duke Divinity aims to create lasting change in U.S. congregations by supporting Christian leaders and the institutions they serve. Leadership Education offers online resources, designs programs and training, and facilitates networks of institutions.