August 20, 2016 10:00 AM EST til 3:30 PM
Meet Our Presenters!
Dr. Katelin Hansen
I believe in asset-based community development and a divine economy of abundance in affecting meaningful transformation for both individuals and communities, through mutuality and relationships.
I live these principles out in three spheres:
1) as Director of Experiential Learning, heading training and leadership initiatives at Community Development for All People
2) as the Minister of Music for UM Church for All People, leading multicultural worship music and directing the Ubuntu Choir for All People
3) writing for By Their Strange Fruit, an ongoing blog on racial justice, reconciliation, and Christianity.
At the core of this project is a deep commitment to the task of rediscovering, energizing, enhancing and undergirding ministries of liturgical leaders (i.e. musicians, pastors, composers, instrumentalists, liturgical movement and audio/video technicians) who are devoted to incarnational, liberating, celebrative worship that reflects the ethos and pathos of the Black Church.