New Creation Arts, a student organization at Duke Divinity School, will present a worship music symposium on on how worship leaders and pastors can discern the right kind of worship music to use in any given context.
The Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School will hold worship services, a lecture, and community lunch as part of the 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture Series featuring the Rev. Dr. Leslie D. Callahan as the guest lecturer and preacher.
The conference will engage healthcare professionals (physicians, nurses, therapists, etc.) who desire to deepen or re-imagine the relationship of faith with vocation in community with like-minded practitioners
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.