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The Center for Faith and Service recognizes seminaries and divinity schools that offer innovative courses, programs, and opportunities for students seeking to engage in social justice and service work. 

Barber, architect of the Moral Mondays movement in North Carolina and leader of the resurgent Poor People’s Campaign, will receive a grant of $625,000 paid over five years.

A recording of Richard Hays's retirement lecture,  “A Dark Fruition: Waiting in Hope," is now available for viewing. 

Four new faculty join Duke Divinity School, enriching curricular offerings, expanding interdisciplinary research, and leading houses of study.

Duke Divinity students spent a week in Japan, where they worshipped together and attended seminars in order to enrich their understanding of reconciliation.

Duke Divinity School welcomed an entering class of 200 new students from 30 different states and four other countries.

The first worship service of the 2018-19 academic year will be in Duke Chapel and feature Dean L. Gregory Jones preaching.

The program brings participants together for spiritual formation from a Hispanic/Latino Methodist perspective.

 The group meets every week for spiritual formation from a Hispanic Methodist perspective.

Jones was previously dean of Duke Divinity School from 1997-2010.

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Thursday, April 18, 2019
The Washington Post (Associated Press article)