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Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil: Racial Justice and Unity in the Body of Christ

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Christ Our Shepherd Church

801 North Carolina Avenue Southeast

Washington, DC 20003

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DC Unity and Justice Fellowship presents...

Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil: Racial Justice and Unity in the Body of Christ

Join us for two days of training and preaching events on the priority of racial justice and unity in the Body of Christ.

Racial Justice and Unity Training by Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil
Saturday , June 16th 2:30-6:30 pm
Cost $50 (includes ticket to Monday event)

Speaking Event: Preaching by Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil featuring Worship by Kimberly Ann Williams and Spoken Word by Mazaré Rogers
Monday, June 18th 7:00-9:00 pm
Cost $10 / $5 with student ID

Co-Sponsors: Grace DC, Little Lights, The District Church, and Christ Our Shepherd Church

Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil

Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil is a dynamic speaker, author, professor, and evangelist with over 30 years of experience in the ministry of reconciliation. Her mission is to inspire, equip and empower emerging Christian leaders to be practitioners of reconciliation in their various spheres of influence around the world.

Dr. Brenda earned a Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary, a Doctorate of Ministry from Palmer Theological Seminary, and was awarded a Doctorate of Humane Letters from both North Park University and Eastern University. She is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Covenant Church and serves as a member of the pastoral staff of Quest Church in Seattle, WA.

Dr. Brenda is known as an international trailblazer, leading individuals, communities, and organizations to biblical reconciliation. She was featured as one of the 50 most influential women to watch by Christianity Today in 2012. She is the author of Roadmap to Reconciliation (2016), A Credible Witness: Reflections on Power, Evangelism and Race (2008), and The Heart of Racial Justice: How Soul Change Leads to Social Change (2005), coauthored with Rick Richardson.

Kimberly Williams

Kimberly Ann Williams was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. She trained at Towson University, receiving a BA in Music with a concentration in Clarinet performance and is currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in Worship at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. She grew up in a musical family and began serving in church from the time she was 11 years old. This sparked her love for ministry through music which then led her to join several music and ministry groups like Relentless, and Urban Doxology. Her passion is to see people from diverse upbringings, cultures and backgrounds, worshipping God in Spirit and in truth, and experiencing the freedom that comes from a relationship with God.

Mazaré Rogers

Mazaré Rogers is a spoken word poet hailing from Durham, NC who describes herself as raw honey, “a teaspoon of brutal truth fresh from the comb--bold and thick with sweet.”She received her writing training from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill where she studied English and Creative Writing. As an educator and conference speaker, she delights in leading workshops that help writers identify their unique literary voice and cultivate their technical writing skills. To that end, she co-founded the poetry writing group Poets’ Ink at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO where she earned her Master of Divinity (2016).This performance poet has since moved to Washington, DC where she serves as the Community Life Coordinator at the church Grace Downtown. There she leads the Cultural Intelligence ministry, guiding groups in becoming more culturally aware and committed to loving those who are different.

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