Zoom
July 25, 2021
4pm
Join Us!

Through this new series, we will strive to help people of faith think about the purpose and potential of power, explore the way power typically operates in our world through structures of domination, and develop an embodied theology and ethics of subversive organizing and healthy community-building in conversation with a Christian framework. Join us at 4pm ET.

Led by Pastor Brandon Wrencher.

Register here: resurrectioncitydc.org/service

Brandon is a minister, organizer, writer, and trainer. He works across the US within faith, education, and non-profit sectors at the intersections of decolonizing church, contemplative activism, and local presence to build beloved communities. With neighbors and friends, he started The Good Neighbor Movement, a multiracial, queer-affirming, Black-centered alternative spiritual community based in Greensboro, NC that is a network of contemplative activist groups. Brandon is an ordained elder in the Western North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion from UNC-Chapel Hill, a Master of Divinity from North Park Theological Seminary, and completed post-graduate studies in theology and ethics from Duke Divinity School. Brandon has two forthcoming books, Liberating Church: A 21st Century Hush Harbor Manifesto (Wipf & Stock) and Buried Seeds: Learning from the Vibrant Resilience of Marginalized Christian Communities (Baker Academic). Brandon is married to his best friend and high school sweetheart Erica, who is a cultural and social justice educator. They have two sons Phillip (8) and Morris (5).