Pastor Dilys Brooks
Thursday, April 10th at 11:00 a.m.
Humanities Hall, Room 201
Dilys Brooks, MDiv, MS, MA, is the Associate Chaplain of Loma Linda University and director of the Center for Women Clergy at Andrews University, where the focus of her ministry at the university is to provide spiritual care for students, coordinate weekly worship services and meet the spiritual needs of women within the university community. Pastor Brooks has a unique vantage point from which to understand ministry as both a vocation and calling.
Through her work to develop and mentor women clergy, she has seen firsthand the challenges women face in creating community and growing as pastors, chaplains and theologians. The Women’s Resource Center is honored to invite her to speak with students about current trends facing women in ministry and the possibility of establishing a women clergy student group at La Sierra University.
Hosted by the Women's Resource Center, the Women and the Word Breakout Worship series examines the Christian tradition, Adventist beliefs and practices, and scriptural exegesis from a feminist perspective, helping students finding themselves in the stories of women in Scripture, Adventist church history, and the world around us. By engaging in reflective conversation, we aim to consider new ways of seeing, believing, and being that deepen the spiritual journey and faith of each participant.
Led by Sasha Ross, WRC Director, in partnership with the La Sierra Univeristy Spiritual Life Office. Open to all students, faculty and staff.
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