Weeks Campus Center at Seminary of the Southwest
The 2017 Harvey Lecture will be presented by the Rev. Kim Jackson, Associate Rector for Adult Formation and Christian Social Action Ministries at All Saints Church in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a public theologian and a fierce community activist. Kim works to end the death penalty, advocates for women and children’s issues, and is passionate about sharing the liberating Gospel of Christ.
A frequent member of the faculty of the Episcopal Preaching Foundation’s Preaching Excellence Program, Rev. Jackson will present a reflection on her work as a priest and social activist entitled, “From Protests to Pulpits: Priesting in a Black Lives Matter Era.” The lecture will be in the Weeks Campus Center beginning at 7:00. A desert reception will follow.
During Dean Harvey’s tenure, following some institutional turbulence during the 1960’s, the seminary had begun rebuilding in terms of enrollment, financial strength, and earning back the trust of many diocese through the church.
The seminary community established the Harvey Lectures, an annual series that would be overseen by student leaders, and that would address the relationship between pastoral leadership and contemporary issues confronting the church.
Over the years, these Lectures have become a lasting and vital resource for the seminary, bringing important and diverse theological voices to our seminary campus.
Attendees- download your Continuing Education Participation certificate here:2017-Harvey-Lecture-Participation-Certificate_Lecturer_The-Rev.-Kim-Jackson_3_27_17.pdf