July 9–14, 2017 • Sunday–Friday: 5 nights • Moderator: Lisa Weinert with presentations by poet Marie Howe, Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, and more
Let's come together. To strategize. To build on our foundation. To dismantle racism. Our 2017 conference Revolutionary Love: Disruptive Ethics to Dismantle Racism will be held at Middle Church April 28-30, 2017.
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.
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).
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.
Following a screening of the film Not Yo Mama's Movement, Jacqui Lewis takes part in a panel discussion with the filmmaker Rokhaya Diallo, Shaun King, and Amal Bentounsi.
On Monday, October 24th, the Bellco Theatre in Denver welcomes the inaugural 2016 Together Tour to its stage.
On Wednesday, October 19th, the Fox Theatre in Atlanta welcomes the inaugural 2016 Together Tour to its stage.
On Monday, October 17th, the Brooklyn Academy of Music welcomes the inaugural 2016 Together Tour to its stage.
On Thursday, October 6th, the Rosemont Theatre in Chicago welcomes the inaugural 2016 Together Tour to its stage.
On Tuesday, October 4th, the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles welcomes the inaugural 2016 Together Tour to its stage.
On Wednesday, September 28th, the Keller Auditorium in Portland, OR welcomes the inaugural 2016 Together Tour to its stage.
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.
The Leading Edge Conference 2016: Revolutionary Love—Tools, Tactics, and Truth-telling to Dismantle Racism
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.
Presenter at Unitarian Universalist Association Ministers of Large Churches Gathering, Santa Barbara, CA
Come for Lab/Shul’s ritual musicians and special guests for a Sabbath morning worship event celebrating multi faith prophetic visions for justice. Special guests include
The Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, Senior Minister, Middle Collegiate Church; and others.
Come to Central Synagogue for a special Shabbat service, learning, and discussion before Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Reverend Dr. Jacqui Lewis, Senior Minister of Middle Collegiate Church, will offer a teaching during the service and will join in the Pavilion afterward for an interactive conversation on issues related to race in our country as well as a festive oneg.
Since Injustice is Here: Sermon at Unitarian Universalist President’s Council, UU Fellowship of Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama
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."
Invocation at NAACP LDF Annual National Equal Justice Award Dinner and 75th Anniversary Gala, New York, New York