Chaplaincy and Building a Movement in Poor Communities
Dates/Times: November 4 (1-6pm) and November 5 (9am-5pm)
Instructor: Sarah Monroe
Registration Deadline: Thursday, October 27
As the religious landscape in the United States shifts with growing speed, chaplaincy has grown in importance cross institutions and disciplines. This course explores how chaplains could be a vital presence in poor communities, as poverty grows with equal speed. Taking lessons from The Poor People’s Campaign, grassroots movement building around the country, and hospital and jail chaplaincy, students discuss how chaplains could lead a movement to end poverty.