Beloved Community: Race, Power, and Reconciliation in the New Testament

Saturday, February 3, 2018 at the ECMN Retreat Center in Faribault, MN

9:30am – 3pm (Join us for Morning Prayer at 9am! More about the Pre-Lent Clergy Retreat schedule here.)

With the Rev. A. Katherine Grieb, Meade Professor of Biblical Interpretation and New Testament at Virginia Theological SeminaryK Grieb.jpg

Refresh your perspective on the ministry of Jesus and lean into the practice of Beloved Community during this day of teaching and reflection with Kathy Grieb. In addition to her work as a professor at Virginia Theological Seminary, Dr. Grieb has authored several books on scripture and preaching, is active in the Society of Biblical Literature, is a member of the Theology Committee of the House of Bishops of the Episcopal Church and represented the Episcopal Church at the World Council of Churches Plenary Session in 2009. She was one of seven theologians asked to write To Set Our Hope on Christ, in response to the Windsor Report. She was a member of the Anglican Communion Covenant Design Group. Currently she is a member of IASCUFO (the Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Unity Faith and Order) of the Anglican Communion and teaches regularly at the Canterbury Scholars program at Canterbury Cathedral. Dr. Grieb’s perspective on Anglican identity, along with her sustained and faithful work in New Testament studies, will make for a fruitful day of learning for those new to the study of the Bible as well as experienced clergy. Come join us!

Bring a study bible!

Register here.

Want to try out an online course too? Enroll in New Testament Interpretation and you can take part in this workshop for free.