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The Center for Chaplaincy presents: "Black Lives Matter" August 25th Online Gathering and Registration Information
The Center For Chaplaincy at Hood Theological
Seminary, Salisbury, North Carolina, presents via
“Keeping It Real: Mental Health In the Church and
Community During the Season of Pandemic and
August 25th: "Black Lives Matter"
In recent years, “Black Lives Matter” has been a rallying cry to bring light to the violence that many African Americans have experienced at the hands of law enforcement. This session will examine the intersectionality between the Black Lives Matter Movement and Mental Health within the African American Community.
Facilitators: Rev. Nathanial “Lenny” Burrison, Staff Chaplain for Transitional Care at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Rev. Anthony Smith, Pastor, Mission House, Salisbury, North
Carolina and Justice Advocate/Demonstrator
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time
Each didactic will conclude with a brief mindfulness moment led by Rev. Emily Viverette, Certified Educator with the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) and Director of FaithHealth Chaplaincy and Education at Wake Forest Batist Health.
1 CEU will be offered for each didactic.
Cost: $10 per session.
The event is being hosted online via Zoom. Please register and pay by clicking HERE .
This will take you to Hood's Donate Now page. Please type in the gift amount of $10.00, choose "The Center for Chaplainy" box, add your billing information, and press continue. Once you have paid, you will be sent a Zoom invitation link. Please note, the deadline to register is August 20th, 2020.
We look forward to your participation in these informative “real talk” didactics to foster personal reflection, assistance, and forward engagement in an ever-evolving world.
For more information, please contact:
Rev. Dr. Karen L. Owens, Director,
Center For Chaplaincy, Hood Theological Seminary