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Events

Civil Rights Pilgrimage: Retracing the Steps of Freedom

March 11, 2019 - March 17, 2019

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Phone: 423-266-3691
Email: info@wesleyutc.com
Location: Birmingham & Selma, AL
Price: $600 for clergy (room dbl. occupancy, site costs, and breakfasts)
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The Wesley Center is planning an alternative Spring Break trip that will be a Civil Rights pilgrimage tour of important locations in AL. Led by Rev. Dr. C. Anthony Hunt, a Martin Luther King, Jr. and Civil Rights scholar, this immersion experience will include visits to some of the most significant venues of the Civil Rights movement. Sites to be visited in Birmingham, Alabama include the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Bethel Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. In Montgomery, we will visit The National Memorial for Peace and Justice (EJI), Dexter Avenue Baptist Church and Parsonage, and the Southern Poverty Law Center.  And in Selma we will cross the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge and visit Brown Chapel AME Church and the National Voting Rights Museum. 3.0 CEUs

 

For further details and to register, please contact Rev. Keith Moore, Director of the Wesley Center at Chattanooga at info@wesleyutc.com or 423-266-3691.

 

Dr. Hunt is the author of Blessed are the Peace­makers: A Theological Analysis of the Thought of Howard Thurman and Martin Luther King, Jr. and most recently, Stones of Hope: Essays, Sermons and Prayers on Religion and Race, vol. 3.  He earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophical Theology and Christian Social Ethics at the Graduate Theological Foundation, in affiliation with the University of Oxford, UK.   

 

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