Join us for two great events focused on racial reconciliation and faith-based community development: 5:15 pm Presentation and Conversation and 8:00 pm Concert
Urban Doxology Project is a Richmond (VA) based ministry that seeks to promote racial reconciliation and urban community development through worship and developing new music resources for churches that connect people across classes, cultures, and races.
Urban Doxology also sponsors a summer urban songwriters workshop, and two Elon University students — Brooke Winters (’14) and Drew Dimos (’15) – have participated in that workshop.
The 8:00 p.m. Worship Concert in McKinnon Hall will feature new music from Urban Doxology’s band. The Elon University Gospel Choir will open the concert. The concert is free and open to the public. Urban Doxology is available via iTunes or Amazon.
There is also an earlier Presentation and Conversation at 5:15 p.m. in the McBride Gathering Room, Numen Lumen Pavilion, for anyone who wants to learn more about the Urban Doxology Project, about the role of worship music in promoting racial reconciliation, and about faith-based urban community development.
Both events are sponsored by the Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life, the CREDE, Elon University Gospel Choir, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and Elon Christians for Love and Justice.