Race in the Church | with Emmanuel College Principal, Michelle Voss Roberts
Things To Talk About At Coffee Hour
On this episode of we talk anti-Black racism both homegrown and abroad, exploring recent examples like the potentially death-dealing weaponization of race that occured in Central Park, and offering concrete steps towards racial justice for church communities. | ABOUT THE GUEST: Michelle Voss Roberts is the Principal of Emmanuel College. A theological college of Victoria University at the University of Toronto, and the largest seminary of the United Church of Canada. | ABOUT THE HOST: Jordana Wright leads a placemaking and community development practice focused on introducing new audiences to their local churches, while helping congregations reach their sustainability goals and expand their social impact. | Recorded in front of a LIVE Facebook audience.
15 - Covenanting Sunday/World Communion “Communion With The World” The Rev. Dr. Michelle Voss Roberts October 6, 2019
Metropolitan United Podcast
Guest preacher Rev. Dr. Michelle Voss Roberts, principal of Emmanuel College, at Victoria University in the University of Toronto, brings the message of "Communion With The World." October 6 marked the Covenanting of Rev. Jason Meyers at Metropolitan. Metropolitan United Church is an affirming ministry, offering welcome and companionship to all people regardless of sexual orientation or designation. Pictured: The altar and labyrinth at Met. 56 Queen St East Toronto, ON www.metunited.ca
45X - Q & A | Michelle Voss Roberts, Demi McCoy, and Kirsteen Kim
Michelle Voss Roberts, professor of theology at Emmanuel College, Demi “Day” McCoy, hip hop artist, and Kirsteen Kim, professor of theology and world Christianity, Dalit culture, Hip Hop, and the intersection of hymnody and justice. They are interviewed by William Dyrness, senior professor of theology and culture and dean emeritus of the School of Theology. The Fuller Missiology Lectures is an annual conference held by the School of Intercultural Studies. Its 2018 theme, “Global Arts and Witness in Multifaith Contexts,” explored the role of the arts—song, dance, drama, narratives, and visual arts—as a means for cross-cultural understanding and new opportunities for Christian witness in multifaith contexts. The conference was hosted by Roberta R. King, Professor of Communication and Ethnomusicology; William A. Dyrness, Senior Professor of Theology and Culture and Dean Emeritus; and Amos Yong, Professor of Theology and Mission and Director of the Center for Missiological Research. For more resources for a deeply formed spiritual life, visit Fuller.edu/Studio