Fri 3 PM | Landing

Tanya Linn Bennett

In troubling times, religious leaders must rise up to protest, resist, and advocate. This workshop offers participants a glance at existing historic and contemporary words for worship, education, and public proclamation, and also invites participants to raise their own voices in developing original works of words for social action and justice-making.

Tanya Linn Bennett

An ordained elder in the UMC, Dr. Linn Bennett serves as Associate Dean for Vocation and Formation/Associate Professor of Public Theology and Vocation at Drew Theological School, where she teaches in the areas of emerging worship, and church and society, with particular interest in youth, social justice and urban ministries. She believes that interactive, inspiring public proclamation moves us towards justice-making and inclusivity.

263 Writing for Resistance: Writing words and raising voices for social action.

Session #263