Our Ongoing Training with Rev. Dominique Gilliard and Dr. Christina Edmondson has concluded. As a reminder, please sign up to Participate in an important "Next Step Pathway" HERE. If you are interested in re-viewing, the 3 sessions, your Conference Anti-Racism Subcommittes will be offering 2 additional re-showings in the coming months. When you register for the "Next Step Pathway", please indicate your interest in a re-viewing on the submission form or contact Rev. Dominique Gilliard at: Dominique.Gilliard@covchurch.org. For more information visit: www.eccclergy.com/reimagine/next-steps.
10am- 12:30pm, Zoom
Dr. Christina Edmondson
Dean of Intercultural Student Development, Calvin College
We are very excited to partner with the ECC's Love Mercy Do Justice Priority Area to host Dr. Christina Edmondson as she leads us in a three-part Anti-racism Discipleship Training. Dr. Edmondson is a strategist, Anti-racism advocate, Mediator, educator and trainer. Dr. Edmonson holds a P.H.D in Counseling Psychology from Tennesse State University, a MS from the university of Rochester in Family Therapy, and a Bachelor's degree in Sociology from Hampton University. She is serving as the Dean of the Intercultural Student Devlopment at Calvin College in Grand Rapids Michigan. To find our more about Dr. Edmondson, please visit: https://www.christinaedmondson.com/
Dr. Edmondson has curated this training specifically for the Covenant Ministerium as a follow up to the 2019 Antiracism Resolution. The training will address 1) implicit bias, 2) racism in the nation, the church, and in our denomination, and 3) embodying antiracist convictions/Christian practices. Registration for this portion is required and open from July 8-15th; please visit our events page at www.covclergy.org/reimagine to register.
All clergy are invited to participate, however you MUST PRE-REGISTER to attend. Visit www.eccclergy.org/reimagine-registration to pre-register. Once registered you will be provided a special ZOOM link where you can sign-on on the day of the event. Please direct any questions to Dr. Michelle Clifton Soderstrom at: