Starr King Invites You To GA Breakfast

*** Please note: This event is in the past. ***
special-invitation_snapshotsnapshot-beluBalazs scholar, Belu Jakabhazi, delivering a reflection at the “Evocative Edges” release and dinner party

Starr King School for the Ministry invites you to be our guest and bring a guest for breakfast and lively conversation on progressive theological education in the 21st century. Starr King School is re-imagining how to best prepare people for ministry in these times. Our new educational model advances Unitarian Universalist values, including our commitments to counter-oppressive education and to multi-faith engagement, and opens the school to fresh ways of engaging a diverse student body.

At the breakfast you will learn:

  • about the school’s vibrant new educational model
  • about the school’s outstanding track-record in preparing people for Unitarian Universalist ministries and progressive religious leadership for society
  • about opportunities for grads, donors, and seminarians at non-UU schools to participate in our courses and intensives
  • about how your support can help us turn our $500,000 matching gift into $1,000,000
  • about how to apply or encourage someone to apply for a Starr King degree program

Come hear how you can be a part of the next generation at Starr King School!

Sunday, June 29th, 2008  •  7:00 — 8:15 a.m
Ft. Lauderdale Grande  •  Grande Ballroom ABCD

Peace,

Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker
President and Professor of Theology


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Projected photographs by Jodi Tharan, as printed in the 3rd volume of Starr King’s student journal, “Evocative Edges.”