Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III
PUNCHING hOLES IN THE dARKNESS: HOPE FOR OUR NATION IN DARK TIMES
The Nineteenth Annual
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25 LECTURE
Punching Holes in The Darkness:
Hope for our nation in Dark Times
Free lecture followed by a reception
(free childcare available)
No Registration Is Required For the Friday Night Lecture.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 26
In Person Workshop Registration and Coffee Begins 8:30 a.m.
Lighting Candles in the Dark:
Creating justice centered faith
communities in an unjust world
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Workshop Fee is $25.
Please click here to pre-register for the workshop to help us in planning.
With civil rights advocacy in his DNA, Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III built his ministry on community advancement and social justice activism. As Senior Pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, IL, Dr. Moss spent the last two decades practicing and preaching a Black theology that unapologetically calls attention to the problems of mass incarceration, environmental justice, and economic inequality.
Dr. Moss is part of a new generation of ministers committed to preaching a prophetic message of love and justice, which he believes are inseparable companions that form the foundation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As part of his community engagement through Trinity United Church of Christ, Dr. Moss led the team that came up with the “My Life Matters” curriculum, which includes the viral video, “Get Home Safely: 10 Rules of Survival” created in the aftermath of Michael Brown’s death at the hands of Ferguson, Missouri police.
A Denver pastor recently commented on the MacKenzie Lectureship Facebook page that, “Oh he is by far the smartest person I have ever been in a room with. I had the privilege of learning from him for a whole day when I had a two week community organizing class in Chicago”