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Celebrating Black History: Navigating Faithful Leadership

Feb 27 | Tue | 7:30pm | Free
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As part of the Lutheran Church’s mission of service to the community, Metropolitan New York Synod of the Evangelical Church  proudly presents 'Celebrating Black History: Navigating Faithful Leadership.' This transformative, virtual journey is designed to empower participants to live out their calling with purpose, prioritize community-oriented ministry, champion the principle of reparative justice, and practice adaptive leadership.

Join experienced facilitators Rozella Haydée White and The Rev. Brady Radford for two 120-minute sessions filled with interactive discussions, faith formation activities, and spiritual discernment exercises. Explore the lives of historical Black leaders, drawing valuable lessons on integrating faith, activism, and leadership. This program offers a transformative journey to deepen your faith, enhance leadership skills, and create meaningful change. Register now for 'Celebrating Black History: Navigating Faithful Leadership' to embark on this enriching experience together.

February 20, 2024
February 27, 2024

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About the Metropolitan New York Synod (MNYS): 

The Metropolitan New York Synod is a regional expression of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a member church of the Lutheran World Federation. MNYS has nearly 200 congregations across the NY Metro area and 60,000 members with 20,000 of those engaging in church services every week. MNYS ministries and programs include a Sanctuary for Immigrants, Committees for Anti-Racism, Multiculturalism, Environmental Stewardship and Hunger Relief, a Commission for LGBTQ+ People, a Domestic Violence Awareness Taskforce, relationships with Global partners, and a Youth Ministry. 

Venue: The Metropolitan New York Synod of the ELCA (Virtual)

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