On Saturday, November 12th Seekers Church will welcome and honor Reverend Peter Storey, a South African Methodist minister and theologian, to share some of his experience. Reverend Storey is the former president of the Methodist Church of South Africa and bishop of Johannesburg, former president of the South African Council of Churches, and Professor at Duke University Divinity School. He was a leading voice in the struggle against apartheid, was a prison chaplain to Nelson Mandela, and was deeply engaged in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Peter is a critical link that led Seekers to a deep engagement in and with South Africa, including our support to the Carpenters’ medical work and later M.U.K.A., Bokamoso, and Othandweni. His informal presentation and the reception that will follow promise to be an interesting and fun evening and we hope you can make it. Please RSVP to Sallie (contact information in the flyer) and feel free to forward this flyer to other friends and networks.
Sponsored by The Eyes to See, Ears to Hear Peace Prayer Mission Group and the Racial and Ethnic Justice Ministry Team
Here is a short excerpt of Rev. Storey speaking at the event