Jacqui Lewis learned of God’s love and faithfulness as a child taking communion. Hear how the call to pursue God’s reign on earth can come at a young age.
Guest: Jacqui Lewis
Interview on Faith, Vocation, and Hope
Princeton Theological Seminary, 2018
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Jacqui Lewis is Senior Minister of Middle Collegiate Church in the East Village of Manhattan. Middle Church is a dynamic 1000-member multiracial, multicultural, inclusive congregation in which everyone is welcome just as they are as they come through the door. Lewis is also the Executive Director of The Middle Project, an institute that prepares ethical leaders for a more just society.
A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary (MDiv), and Drew University (M.Phil. and Ph.D.) Jacqui is a nationally recognized author, activist, speaker, and preacher. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA), Jacqui previously served as pastor to two congregations in Trenton, New Jersey. One was a new church development and community center called the Imani Community Church, a rich multicultural experiment, which cemented her commitment to multicultural and multiracial congregations as a way to dismantle discrimination. Lewis believes that when we “rehearse” the Reign of God in congregational life, we learn lessons for healing the world.