Join students, faculty and staff of Brite Divinity School and Texas Christian University for three days of inspiring worship, thought-provoking lectures, enriching workshops and an uplifting organ recital and hymn sing.
Ministers’ Week will be Feb. 17-19 at University Christian Church and on the TCU campus. The featured preacher is Rev. Grace Imathiu, Senior Pastor of First United Methodist Church in Evanston, IL .
Rev. Imathiu has also served churches in Kenya as a church planter; a superintendent minister overseeing 68 rural churches in Nkubu; and an urban minister to an ecumenical congregation in Nairobi with strong outreach to the neighboring Kawangware slums. She loves people and has a passion for inspiring and nurturing communities of faith to live out loud the prophetic story of Jesus. For Grace, the quintessential expression of the resurrected Lord’s presence is a community whose very DNA is radical hospitality which births a loving and healthy tension that is ideological, theological, racial, ethnic and cultural.
Additional plenary speakers are Rev. Dr. Nancy Ramsay, Rev. Michael Yandell, Rev. Richard McCullen, and Rev. Dr. Eugene Boring. Dr. Sheryl Sebo is the guest organist for the recital and hymn sing.
As this event is a gift from Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University and University Christian Church there is no general registration fee; however, pre-registration is encouraged. Register here.