Mark your calendars for 7pm ET on December 8th for the rescheduled Kellogg Lecture. This year's distinguished speaker, the Rev. Dr. Carter Heyward will speak at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. This lecture, dedicated to the memory of the esteemed Rev. Frederic Brainerd Kellogg and his father, Frederic Rogers Kellogg, is titled "The Master's House and the Nagging Widow: A Stubborn Call to Dismantle."
In this lecture, Dr. Heyward will revisit Audre Lorde’s well-known warning, "The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house," and examine the tools necessary for dismantling the deadly sins of white Christian nationalism that continue to batter the Spirit of Justice-Love in the church.
The Kellogg Lecture will be taking place both in-person and online. In-person attendance is currently at capacity—please email [email protected] to be added to the waitlist. Click here to register for virtual attendance.
And, join us the following morning December 9th at 10am ET for a public conversation between the Rev. Dr. Carter Heyward, the Rt. Rev. Mary Glasspool, and the Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Click here for more information.
About The Rev. Dr. Carter Heyward
The Rev. Dr. Carter Heyward is an American feminist theologian and priest in the Episcopal Church, the province of the worldwide Anglican Communion in the United States. In 1974, she was one of the Philadelphia Eleven, eleven women whose ordinations eventually paved the way for the recognition of women as priests in the Episcopal Church in 1976. From 1975-2005, the Rev. Dr. Heyward served as the Howard Chandler Robbins Professor of Theology at Episcopal Divinity School. She is the author of eleven books, including her most recent, The Seven Deadly Sins of White Christian Nationalism: A Call to Action.