BSK’s Institute for Black Church Studies was featured on the front page of Louisville’s Courier-Journal today. The Institute, launching Fall of 2021, will offer continuing education for Black church leaders and a graduate-level certificate program in Black church studies. The Courier-Journal says,
“The development of the program comes at an important time in Louisville’s history as the city continues to bridge and heal from its own divide following more than 100 days of protests in the city last year over the killing of Breonna Taylor.
Leaders hope further education on the history of Black Americans, particularly within the Black church, will bring understanding and insight into both Christianity as it is preached and to Louisville itself.”
To read the feature in full, click here.