Panel: "The Spirit Is Still Moving: Gathering Best Culturally Cued Worship Practices in a Time of Pandemic and Civil Unrest Against Racism" moderated by Dr. Kim Harris

Sunday, July 12, 2020 3:00pm

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The African American Catholic Center for Evangelization (AACCFE) in Los Angeles invites you to this panel discussion moderated by liturgist and theologian Kim Harris, Ph.D. as part of their summer speaker series. The series is cosponsored by the LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality and the LMU Office for Mission and Ministry.

Dr. Harris will moderate a panel discussion of AACCFE and local liturgists, pastoral musicians, and scholars.

To Attend
This series is free and open to the general public; an RSVP is requested (click the Register button). This is a virtual event. Prior to the start of the event, registered participants will receive an invitation to connect via live videoconference using Zoom. Read here on how to connect. For further information, please contact the AACCFE at (323) 777-2106 or Dr. Kim Harris at

About Dr. Harris
Dr. Kim R. Harris was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is Assistant Professor in the Department of Theological Studies at LMU. She is a Liturgical Consultant for the Office of Black Ministry in the Archdiocese of New York. Kim records and travels the nation, performing concerts, lecturing on the music of African American freedom traditions, and leading music in a variety of liturgical settings. While pursuing her Ph.D. at Union Seminary, Kim composed Welcome Table: A Mass of Spirituals, along with composer M. Roger Holland II. She specializes in singing Spirituals and freedom songs and presents arts integration workshops, offered to educators, through the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC.

A Note on Time Zone: The date and hours listed for this program are under Pacific Standard Time (PST), which is 8 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT -8:00).

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