[POSTPONED] Theology Underground: Being Christian in a Greek Lettered Organization
Juwan Jacobs, Assistant Director, Duke Student Affairs Student Involvement & Leadership
This session of Theology Underground is being postponed until the spring. Check back on the Duke Chapel website calendar for updates. Theology Underground is a series of guided conversations for students about how culture, identity, and race impact the way we live out our faith and beliefs. The topic for this meeting is "I Talk to God and I Love My Frat Too: Being Christian in a Greek Lettered Organization" with special guest Juwan Jacobs, an assistant director with Duke Student Affairs Student Involvement & Leadership as well as members of Duke's National Pan-Hellenic Council. Each month, the program engages with a different cultural community and learns about their unique and creative ways of imagining God and living out their faith. Campus partners across various identities will serve as conversation partners. Light refreshments provided. To learn more or to RSVP to have dinner provided at a meeting, contact the Rev. Racquel Gill, the Chapel's minister for intercultural engagement, at email@example.com.
Diversity/Inclusion, Free Food and Beverages, Meeting, Multicultural/Identity, Religious/Spiritual