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International Black Clergy Virtual Conference 2020
November 10 @ 8:00 am - November 11 @ 5:00 pm
The International Black Clergy Conference is a triennial event, and for the first time, because of the abnormal times brought about by the pandemic, it will be a virtual innovative online experience. The event will provide a space for us to celebrate, educate, and rejuvenate ourselves as leaders for the 21st Ministry in The Episcopal Church.
The days will begin and end with prayers, reflection, and music drawn from the Afro-Anglican tradition. Plenaries will include presentations from the affinity groups across the diaspora and the programming being developed and deployed by the Office of Black Ministries to address the needs of our communities.
Deadline to register: November 9, 2020
Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry
Dover Bishop Rose Hudson-Wilkin, the Church of England’s first Black woman bishop
Archbishop Julio Murray, primate of the Anglican Province of Central America and the bishop of Panama.
Bishop Robert C. Wright
Very Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas, dean of the Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary in New York City
Elizabeth Henry, who until recently, served as a national adviser for Minority-Ethnic Anglican Concerns in the Church of England.
The Reverend Robert Jemonde Taylor
Learn more about this event in the Episcopal News Service’s article
“Black Ministries Conference to ‘Get Real’ About Challenges, Opportunities.“