Azusa Reimagined: What this revival teaches us today
To be Christian is to be Pentecostal. But what does “being Pentecostal” mean? These two adult Sunday school sessions suggest that reclaiming the Azusa Street Revival of 1906 for the church can help us re-envision and revolutionize our theological imagination about what it means to be people of Pentecost.
Audio recordings of each class will be posted here.
Keri Day is an Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religion at Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, NJ. She has three published books, her most recent work entitled Notes of a Native Daughter: Testifying in Theological Education. She has also been recognized by ABC News as one of six black women at the center of gravity in theological education in America.
Current Covid Protocols for Adult Education
Our presenters are fully vaccinated and will comply with our testing protocol for worship leaders. Social distancing will apply in the Assembly Room with seating limited to 40 and masking inside the building will continue.