From Racism to Beloved Community:
As pastoral leaders, the call to resist evil in all its manifestations can be challenging and wearying to our souls. The Center for Faith and Imagination is here to help. We are committed to resisting racism and white supremacy by providing faith leaders with resources for individual and communal accountability, anti-racist dialogue and actions, and spiritual self-care.
Join us for our 2nd FREE Webinar, June 25th
Not sure if you’re interested in our webinars?
Check out these testimonials from our first webinar, “You Don’t Own Me: A Womanist Approach to Dismantle Patriarchy.”
Visit our Covid-19 Resource Center
Being a faith leader during Covid-19 presents many challenges. The Center for Faith and Imagination is here to help. Click the link below to visit our resource center. In the resource center, you will find: ministry ideas, videos, links, and articles. We will continuously update our resource center with more information, so visit us often.
“The best use of imagination is creativity. The worst use of imagination is anxiety.” Deepak Chopra
Who we are
The Center for Faith and Imagination is a Lilly Endowment-funded department at Memphis Theological Seminary. We serve the Mid-South region.
What we do
CFI supports seminarians, graduates, pastors, and faith leaders of all denominations with resources and opportunities to thrive in ministry.
How you connect
Interested in our work? Email us at email@example.com and let us know.