The Dinah Project featuring Rev. Dr. Monica Coleman
Join us for our next Advocates Workshop on
The Dinah Project
A Congregational Response to Sexual Violence
Are you a church leader, minister, volunteer or congregant who believes that the church has the unique opportunity to address social injustices like sexual violence? Do you desire to build and be part of faith communities that support the healing of survivors of sexual violence? Are you interested in learning about the practical ways in which the church can meaningfully respond to sexual violence? Then join us for this workshop as we find ways to give a voice to those who’ve experienced sexual violence and build faith communities that facilitate their healing!
With the rise of sexual violence in our communities, join us in exploring:
• What the Bible says about sexual violence,
• How the church can meaningfully respond to sexual violence,
• Tools that the church can use to can use to facilitate and support the healing of survivors of sexual violence.
Who should attend:
• Faith-based nonprofit and governmental leaders,
• Pastors and church leaders
• Congregation members interested in facilitating meaningful dialogue to support survivors.
About our special guest, Rev. Dr. Monica Coleman:
Rev. Dr. Monica Coleman is a sought-after speaker committed to connecting faith and social justice. She is the author of sex books including The Dinah Project, borne out of her decision to start healing through the church after being raped. Professor of African Studies at the University fo Delaware and ordained elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, she offers models for practicing faith in the midst of a complex and hurting world.
December 14, 2019
9 AM – 12 PM
Scripture Mission Conference Center
Langata Road, Karen, Kenya, 00502
1,500 Ksh for 1 ticket or 5,000 Ksh for 4 tickets
Register by November 30, 2019
Pay via Mpesa: 0702 303 099