• registering same day as conference

Breakout sessions (Choose one AM and one PM)

  • The Revolution Will Not Be Televised/ Changing The Narrative

    From Warriors in the Tribes of Africa to The Deacons for Defense and The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense; Black men are the first line of defense for Black people. How do we begin to stop our children from dying and our women from crying? Should all brothers have Concealed and Carry Licenses? How do we stop the violence and make our communities safe once again? Let’s Talk Barbershop style!

  • The interviewer, Bro. Robert Johnson (Panel Color of Change.org, Voting While Black, Black Lives Matter representatives)

    Representatives of current movements will be interviewed regarding how their movements can change the narrative.

  • Dr. Terry Mason, Facilitator

    What will men’s health be like in the beloved community and what do we need to do to achieve the vision?

  • Rev. Dr. John E. Jackson, Sr., Facilitator

    How do Black Theologians view the Kingdom of God?

  • Bro. Wesley Howard, Facilitator

    This workshop is for those who are interested in how the medium of Hip Hop music has and can be utilized to promote a positive social consciousness, political awareness, and societal reform. Within this workshop, we will address how the medium of Hip Hop and Spoken Word can be utilized to encourage the disinherited, expose injustice, and free up the spiritually incarcerated. For many millennials, Spoken Word and Hip Hop music have become a vehicle for putting “Word that became flesh” into words that speak life. Join the emerging voices of Brother Wesley Howard and a host of other artists, as they unpack how the Gospel of Jesus Christ is transforming lives through these powerful mediums.

  • Voices of the Future (Teen Talk)
    Facilitator: Deacon Jared Deane

    Note: Participants will register for 9:15 am and 10:45

    This session is designed for teens. During this session, the participants will have an opportunity to discuss what it means to be a young man of faith in the world today. We will discuss the issue of what are the real-life obstacles that block us from claiming our gifts. Through a series of personal reflections, interactive presentations, and discussions, the young men will discover ways to better strengthen their relationships with God, their peers, and how to be better ambassadors for God in their communities. Participants will register for 9:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.

  • Rev. Mark Barclay

    The African American Community is under siege. The effects of white supremacy are visible through spiritual, historical, and psychological alienation we are witnessing in our community. We often shy away from spaces and places that are frequented by men, women, and children waiting for the church to not simply talk about Jesus but be about Jesus. This workshop is for those who feel God is calling them to engage in ministry beyond the four walls of the church

Session Two

(Please chose only one)

  • Bro. Wesley Howard, Facilitator

    This workshop is for those who are interested in how the medium of Hip Hop music has and can be utilized to promote a positive social consciousness, political awareness, and societal reform. Within this workshop, we will address how the medium of Hip Hop and Spoken Word can be utilized to encourage the disinherited, expose injustice, and free up the spiritually incarcerated. For many millennials, Spoken Word and Hip Hop music have become a vehicle for putting “Word that became flesh” into words that speak life. Join the emerging voices of Brother Wesley Howard and a host of other artists, as they unpack how the Gospel of Jesus Christ is transforming lives through these powerful mediums.

  • The Revolution Will Not Be Televised/ Changing The Narrative

    From Warriors in the Tribes of Africa to The Deacons for Defense and The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense; Black men are the first line of defense for Black people. How do we begin to stop our children from dying and our women from crying? Should all brothers have Concealed and Carry Licenses? How do we stop the violence and make our communities safe once again? Let’s Talk Barbershop style!

  • The interviewer, Bro. Robert Johnson (Panel Color of Change.org, Voting While Black, Black Lives Matter representatives)Interviewer, Bro. Robert Johnson (Panel Color of Change.org, Voting While Black, Black Lives Matter representatives)

    Representatives of current movements will be interviewed regarding how their movements can change the narrative.

  • Dr. Terry Mason, Facilitator

    What will men’s health be like in the beloved community and what do we need to do to achieve the vision?

  • Rev. Dr. John E. Jackson, Sr., Facilitator

    How do Black Theologians view the Kingdom of God?

  • Facilitator: Deacon Jared Deane

    Note: Participants will register for 9:15 am and 10:45 am

    This session is designed for teens. During this session, the participants will have an opportunity to discuss what it means to be a young man of faith in the world today. We will discuss the issue of what are the real-life obstacles that block us from claiming our gifts. Through a series of personal reflections, interactive presentations, and discussions, the young men will discover ways to better strengthen their relationships with God, their peers, and how to be better ambassadors for God in their communities. Participants will register for 9:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.

  • Rev. Mark Barclay

    The African American Community is under siege. The effects of white supremacy are visible through spiritual, historical, and psychological alienation we are witnessing in our community. We often shy away from spaces and places that are frequented by men, women, and children waiting for the church to not simply talk about Jesus but be about Jesus. This workshop is for those who feel God is calling them to engage in ministry beyond the four walls of the church

Schedule


6:00 PMMen's Wednesday Prayer Service

Location Trinity United Church of Christ
400 West 95th street
Chicago IL.


8:00 AMSaturday Breakfast

Hot Breakfast served to all registered attendees

Location: Trinity United Church of Christ
4400 West 95th Street
Chicago, IL 60628


9:15 AMSaturday Session One

Session One
Location: Trinity United Church of Christ


10:45 AMSession 2

Session Two
Location: Trinity United Church of Christ


12:00 PMSaturday Lunch

Part of the Conference for all attendees based on your selection.

Location: Trinity UCC


1:15 pmFireside Message


7:30, 11:00AM, 6:00PMSunday Service

All services with Rev. J.C. Austin
Location; Trinity UCC, 400 West 95th Street Chicago, IL 60628



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Cancelation Policy

No registration fees will be refunded. If you are unable t attend the conference. If you are unable to attend the conference, please submit via email, no later than October 6, 2018 to msbarclay@trinitychicago.org with the subject header: Cancellation, your name, classes for which you are registered, etc.; add a period to the end of the paragraph.


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