Candler School of Theology announces fall event schedule

The Candler School of Theology at Emory University has announced two special programs this fall for students and clergy alike.

Barbara Brown Taylor

The first features visiting professor and noted preacher Barbara Brown Taylor, who will speak at the Glenn Memorial Auditorium on September 26 at 7 p.m. The title of her presentation is “Learning to Walk in the Dark,” and will explore the formation of faith when the path ahead is unclear. Taylor is a much lauded author and has been named as one of the 10 best preachers in the U.S.

 

Becca Stevens

On November 1 Candler will hold its annual Women, Theology & Ministry Annual Women’s Forum. This year’s forum theme is “Living Out Love,” and will feature the Rev. Becca Stevens as the keynote speaker. Stevens is an Episcopal priest, author, and the founder of Magdelene and Thistle Farms, a ministry working with recovering prostitutes in Nashville, TN. The event will include lunch, conversation with Magdalene and Thistle Farms participants, and an additional session on women’s advocacy in Atlanta.

For more information on these events click here to go to the Candler School of Theology web site’s Coming Events page.

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