Challenging notions of God and feminism that failed to include the experiences of women of color, Delores S. Williams' Sisters in the Wilderness became one of the texts that established the field of African-American womanist theology. This theology seeks to explore intersections and the interplay of oppressions about race, sex, and class.
Join NSC as we explore Williams' book and explore how Sisters in the Wilderness is still relevant and speaking to us more than 20 years after it was originally published.
For our first discussion led by Matthew Dimick, we will read through chapter 2! Order your copy of the book here: https://goo.gl/4NaWxD
First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn
124 Henry St., Brooklyn