This event will open up a conversation on two of these past models: the Central American base Christian community movement and the hush harbors – or “invisible institution” – of the Antebellum period which was comprised of and led by enslaved Africans. Virtually overlooked when interrogating what faithful Christian community entails in the US, the base Christian communities and the hush harbors are a needed witness to cultivate new liberating expressions of church for these spiritually and politically volatile times.
Sunday – September 9th, 2018
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Beloved Community Center
(417 Arlington Street Greensboro, NC 27406)
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Sponsored by Duke Divinity’s Hispanic House of Studies in collaboration with The Good Neighbor Movement, The Greensboro Pulpit Forum, Trinity AME Zion Church, Christian Community Development Association Western/Central NC Network, the Liberating Church Project, and The Mystic Soul Project – Greensboro.