Kripalu Program in Narrative Medicine
Jul
9
Jul 15

Kripalu Program in Narrative Medicine

  • Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health

July 9–14, 2017 • Sunday–Friday: 5 nights • Moderator: Lisa Weinert with presentations by poet Marie Howe, Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, and more


Apr
6
6:30 pm18:30

The Power of Apology and The Complexity of Forgiveness

  • Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang College, The New School

The Women's Therapy Centre Institute (WTCI) presents an evening on a crucial topic of our time, discussed by two experts in the field. Jacqui Lewis will speak from her perspective as pastor, and public theologian and activist and Harriet Lerner from her perspective as a psychologist and psychotherapist.

From Fear to Focus: Race in America and the Urgency of Now
Feb
15
6:30 pm18:30

From Fear to Focus: Race in America and the Urgency of Now

  • NYU Reynolds Program in Social Entrepeneurship

Join us for this candid conversation, moderated by The Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, as we discuss the construct of race in America with Van Jones (President & Co-Founder of Dream Corps), Trabian Shorters (Founder & Ceo of BME Community), Aunjanue Ellis (Co-Founder of Take It Down America); and Anurag Gupta (Founder & CEO, Be More America). 

 

Women's March on Washington
Jan
21
5:00 am05:00

Women's March on Washington

Three buses carrying members from Middle Collegiate Church and All Souls Unitarian Universalist will depart from Middle Church to the Women’s March on Washington at 5 am.

The State of Our Union
Jul
31
11:15 am11:15

The State of Our Union

Bestselling author Marianne Williamson (author of Tears to Triumph, Return to Love) joins The Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis in the pulpit during Middle Church's Sunday worship celebration. Then, Marianne Williamson  and Robert P. Jones (The End of White Christian America) join Jacqui Lewis in conversation exploring the state of our union.

Apr
15
Apr 17

The Leading Edge Conference 2016: Revolutionary Love—Tools, Tactics, and Truth-telling to Dismantle Racism

  • Middle Collegiate Church

Our nation is in a crisis. Though there is only one race — the human race — racism is a construct with lethal consequences. People die while in its custody. Racism has annihilated the souls of citizens and ripped out the heart of our nation. Recent surveys show that 60% of the people in our nation think race relations are in a significant decline, that our dream for justice and equality is dying on the vine.

At the 10th annual Leading Edge Conference and the 6th annual Transform Network Gathering, we will learn and teach each other the best practical wisdom for movement-making, mingled with theoretical underpinnings and theological reflection. In plenaries, short talks, and small group conversations surrounded by music and art, we will create strategies for change.

For more information and to register, visit http://www.middleproject.org/conference-2016.

Nov
11
12:00 pm12:00

Diversity Colloquium: Race, Reconciliation, and Justice—A New Narrative

  • Princeton Theological Seminary

Featured Speaker at Diversity Colloquium: Race, Reconciliation, and Justice—A New Narrative, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey.

"Drawing from Dr. Jacqui Lewis’ insight as a pastor, scholar, community organizer, and urban prophet, this Diversity Colloquia seeks to expose how hardscrabble poverty and the pernicious effect of racism distort families and communities."