|International Black Clergy Conference|
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The history of contributions to The Episcopal Church (TEC) by people of the African Diaspora is long and inspiring. The Office of Black Ministries (OBM) seeks to inspire, transform and empower people of the African Diaspora to live fully into the Jesus Movement.
The OBM will be hosting its Triennial International Black Clergy Conference as a virtual innovative online experience on November 10 – November 12, 2020. The conference theme is “The African Diaspora United: Woke and Ready to Go”.
Keynote presenters will include The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry, The Right Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Dr. Elizabeth Henry, The Reverend Robert Jemonde Taylor, the Right Reverend Robert Wright and The Very Reverend Kelly Brown Douglas. The days will begin and end with prayers, reflection and music drawn from the Afro-Anglican tradition. Plenaries will include presentations from the affinity groups across the diaspora and the programming being developed and deployed by the OBM to address the needs our communities.
Please join us as we celebrate, educate and rejuvenate ourselves as leaders for 21st Ministry in the Episcopal Church. Register at https://episcopalchurch.org/international-black-clergy-conference