Events

Upcoming Events

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Soul Sessions: A Revolutionary Bible Study is co-taught and facilitated by our Senior Pastor Dr. Daymond Glenn and Theologian Dr. Jess Bielman.

Over the next few months, our Bible Study themes will center on PurposeHope, and Love. Even if you don't subscribe to an organized or institutional form of religion, our themes will still have relevance and help you live a life of Meaning, Being, and Purpose. And for us, that is Revolutionary!

Reedwood Friends Church
2901 SE Steele St.
Portland, OR 97202
"Free to Attend"

Upcoming Bible Study Dates:

Tuesday, June 11, 2024 — Register to Attend
Tuesday, June 18, 2024 — Register to Attend
Tuesday, June 25, 2024 — Register to Attend

Previous Events

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An evening conversation with Dr. Cornel West and Dr. Daymond Glenn where they discussed the need for a prophetic gospel in inner-city urban America.

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An evening conversation with Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and Dr. Daymond Glenn where they discussed the intersections of race, faith, hip-hop, and justice.

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Completing our celebration of Hip-Hop’s 50th Anniversary, our pastor Dr. Daymond Glenn was in conversation on how Hip-Hop and Black Liberation Theology are two significant cultural responses to address the needs of People who have been shaped by life on the margins, and how intersecting them can be a revolutionary catalyst for social, cultural, and spiritual transformation in our society.

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In continuing with our celebration of Hip-Hop’s 50th Anniversary, our Pastor Dr. Daymond Glenn was in conversation on how the intersection of Hip-Hop and the Black Prophetic Imagination can offer sites of hope and possibility for the future of the Church, while also being able to respond to the social and structural marginalization that disproportionately impact People of Color in inner-city urban America.

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In celebration of Hip-Hop’s 50th Anniversary, a panel discussion on how hip-hop culture can be used as a catalyst for social change and justice in your sphere of influence, professional environment, and community. The panel featured dynamic hip-hop scholars Dr. Courtney Terry, Dr. Daniel White Hodge, and our Pastor Dr. Daymond Glenn.

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An evening conversation where our Pastor Dr. Daymond Glenn and special guest Dr. Daniel White Hodge discussed the need for the church to embrace a hip-hop theology when responding to the lived experiences of folks shaped by life on the margins in inner-city urban America.

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An evening conversation where our Pastor Dr. Daymond Glenn and special guest Dr. J. Kameron Carter discussed the need for the church to have a comprehensive understanding of race, culture, ideology, and more when ministering to the needs of People of Color in inner-city urban America.

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