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'Text Messages' Bible Study

This weekly "Text Messages" Bible study explores how Scripture can speak to contemporary issues from relationships with parents to the church and the legacy of slavery. The group meets on Wednesdays from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture (Bryan Center Suite 109). This meeting focuses on the topic of "The Black Presence in the Bible" by reading passages from the Gospels that describe Simon of Cyrene. Bring your dinner, snacks provided! For more information, contact the Rev. Racquel Gill, the Chapel's minister for intercultural engagement, at racquel.gill@duke.edu.

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Brown Bag, Diversity/Inclusion, Free Food and Beverages, Meeting, Multicultural/Identity, Religious/Spiritual