Collaboration: Engaging a Theological Degree in Our World Today

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January 30, 2019

The second of a three-part series, Collaboration: Engaging a Theological Degree in Our World Today, featured guest panelists from the region with theological degrees who helped us explore what it means to live vocationally in parish and non-parish settings on January 28th. The panels held an open discussion on their expertise and experiences they face in society. The lunch panelists were Ms. Jennifer Trice, Donor Relations Officer, United Way, Dr. Patricia C. Repikoff, Pastoral Advocate for Mission, Catholic Community Services/Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington and Rev. Dr. J.P. Kang, Associate Pastor, Japanese Presbyterian Church of Seattle. Rev. Dr. Mark Hearn, Director of Contextual Education and Assistant Clinical Professor of Contextual Education & Ministry, facilitated the event. 

The last Collaboration panel will take place on Thursday, February 28th at 12:00 p.m. For more information, email: stmcontextualed@seattleu.edu