Presented by CENTRAL Wisconsin Seminary Site and hosted by Housing Ministries:
TEACHING PASTORS FORUM #3 with Rev. Dr. Marvin A. McMickle, President – Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School
SATURDAY, July 20, 10am-1pm
Green Tree Community Learning Center
This forum will focus on “Challenges to a Prophetic Pastorate” featuring Rev. Dr. Marvin A. McMickle.
When: SATURDAY, July 20 from 10am to 1pm
Where: Green Tree Community Learning Center, 3744 W Green Tree Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53209
What: A Forum – “Challenges to the Prophetic Pastorate” – Balancing the Prophetic and the Pastoral
Who: All interested Pastors and Ministers are invited – regardless of denomination – though RSVP/Registration is requested.
Why: For theological reflection and inspiration
Time: 10am-1pm. Lunch provided. Please RSVP/register at this EVENTBRITE LINK.
If you have difficulties with Eventbrite registration, please contact ABC/WI Office Administrator Sean Cornell – (262)782-3140 – email@example.com – to leave your information.
Please share this event with any pastor, minister, or lay leader you think may be interested in the balance between the “prophetic” and the “pastoral” in our churches.
Rev. McMickle will also be the keynote speaker at the ABC/WI Ministers Council Anointing Service on Friday, July 19th.
One of the most respected preachers in the nation, Marvin A. McMickle, DMin, PhD, served as pastor of Antioch Baptist Church in Cleveland, Ohio for nearly twenty-five years before becoming president of Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School in Rochester, New York in January 2012. He will be retiring from CRCDS at the end of June 2019. No stranger to academia, McMickle previously served as professor of homiletics at Ashland Theological Seminary and in 2009, spent a semester as a visiting professor at Yale University Divinity School. He also taught at Case Western Reserve, Cleveland State, Princeton and Fordham universities.
A prolific author, McMickle has more than a dozen books to his credit, including resources on preaching, ministry, and African American history.