Walk in My Shoes: A Dialogue on Race and the Church
The dialogue on race in the United States is more polarized than ever before. Much of that polarization is a result of a lack of understanding of what is means to “walk in another person’s shoes” and to empathize with the journey of others that look different than ourselves. Join us as we have a candid conversation about how our individual journeys impact the dialogue on race and the church.
- April Ervin, Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving, CTS
- Dean Leah Gunning Frances, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, Associate Professor of Christian Education and Practical Theology
- Dr. Courtney Buggs, Assistant Professor of Homiletics, Assistant Director of the PhD in African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric Program
- Kerry Connelly, Writer, Mystic, Coach, Author of “Good White Racist”, CTS Alumna 2020
- Rev. Sunil Kotian, Associate Pastor, North United Methodist Church, CTS Alumnae 2021
- Rev. Dr. Ricky McCray, Pastor, The Way Church, CTS Alumnae 2013 and 2019