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Wake Forest University School of Divinity requests the honor of your presence for the installation of Corey D. B. Walker.

Friday, April 26, 2024

3:00 p.m.

Wait Chapel

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Happy Passover! May this season be filled with joy and renewal.
Celebrate Earth Day by reading and reflecting on this commentary offered by Professor Elizabeth O'Donnell Gandolfo.

Read more: futurechurch.org/lectionary/b/fourth-sunday-of-easter/

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Dean Walker completes his final 2023-2024 Phi Beta Kappa lecture at Wofford College today at 4pm. 

His lecture "With God on Our Side: On Religion and American Public Life in a Secular Age," examines the complex relationships between religion, politics, and American public life.
This week's @awakeningsworship community chapel service featured our very own Rev. Kristina Meyer (MDiv ’24.)

To hear her sermon, visit youtu.be/umpD3jqa1g0

Remember, you are ALWAYS welcome to join us on Tuesdays at 11 am in Davis Chapel for service.

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Join Professor Derek Hicks' Religion and the Civil Rights Struggle class for "Black Religion & Black Radicalism in a 'Post' Civil Rights Era." Guests from The Beloved Community Center, a grassroots faith-based organization dedicated to seeking justice, will share their experiences."

🗓️ Wednesday, April 17 | 12:30 - 1:45 p.m. | Divinity Building, Lower Auditorium