Sisters Chapel Events Calendar
Join us for our Martin Luther King Jr. Worship Service on Sunday, Jan. 19 @ 11 a.m.
The Reverend Dr. Frank A. Thomas currently serves as Nettie Sweeney and Hugh Th. Miller Professor of Homiletics and Director of the Academy of Preaching and Celebration at Christian Theological Seminary of Indianapolis, Indiana. His newest book is the revised and updated version of They Like to Never Quit Praisin’ God: The Role of Celebration In Preaching, considered by many to be a classic. American Dream 2.0: A Christian Way Out of the Great Recession, was released by Abingdon Press in August, 2012. Preaching With Sacred Fire: An Anthology of African American Sermons, 1750 to the Present, co-edited by Martha Simmons, offers a rare view of the unheralded role of the African American preacher in American history. He is the CEO of Hope For Life International, Inc. which formerly published The African American Pulpit.
Thomas holds a Ph.D. in Communications (Rhetoric) from the University of Memphis, D.Min. degrees from Chicago Theological Seminary and United Theological Seminary, a Master of Divinity degree from Chicago Theological Seminary and a Master of Arts degree in African-Caribbean Studies from Northeastern Illinois University. Thomas also serves as a member of the International Board of Societas Homiletica, an international society of homiletic professors.
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MLK Day of Service events on Jan. 18, from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Sisters Chapel Celebrates the Life and Legacy of Nelson Mandela
The Spelman community, alumnae, and friends gathered on Monday, Dec. 9 to honor the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela -- a great world leader whose struggle for freedom in South Africa will always be an inspiration to us all.
President Tatum, faculty, staff, our South African students, and members of the international student body paid tribute and offered reflections.
Check out Dr. Erica Williams' new site and read article “Madiba in Palestine.” Co-Written with Robin D.G. Kelley. Counterpunch. Dec. 10, 2013.