Redefining one’s “sanctuary” in light of the Orlando Massacre.
Caleb currently lives in the Oaklawn neighborhood in Dallas and currently preaches pulpit supply as he seeks a part time calling to serve while he finishes his M.Div. Caleb is a 2010 graduate of Sam Houston State University with a B.S. in Political Science with a minor in Music, today he is currently a M.Div. student at Chicago Theological Seminary. Before CTS, Caleb spent time at Houston Graduate School of Theology and Brite Divinity School, during his time in seminary, Caleb has excelled in scholarship and is a Brown Endowment Scholar, William Johnson Scholar, and a Howard Wilke Scholar. Caleb’s ministerial interest lean towards community outreach with an emphasis in economic justice and parish ministry with an emphasis in church growth and renewal. Caleb is a Member in Discernment in care of the Heart of Texas Association of the South Central Conference, United Church of Christ, a liberal mainline protestant denomination. He has formerly served as Student Pastor of First Congregational UCC in Fort Worth and as Consulting Pastor of Community Outreach for Christ Church Firewheel UCC in Sachse, Texas. His home congregation is Friends Congregational United Church of Christ in College Station and he is a self-proclaimed Liturgical Nerd. Outside of church related activities, he spends his time organizing as Co-Chair of the Democratic Socialist of America – North Texas chapter and exploring North Texas on the largest light rail system in the United States, 96 plus miles.
Date(s) - Jul 10, 2016
10:30 am - 11:30 am