Bar Theology: Music and Faith (Presentation and Discussion)
5th & K | Cullen Room | March 21, 2017 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

A native of New York City, Cedric Johnson is an ordained elder in the Church of God in Christ (COGIC). Dr. Johnson has worked for over fifteen years in the field of community mental health, as a family therapist, clinical supervisor and clinical director, serving multicultural populations in urban settings. Within the broad discipline of pastoral theology and congregational care, Dr. Johnson’s interests include pastoral care and globalization, postcolonial criticism, spirituality and mental health, and cultural trauma. He is currently working on a manuscript based on his doctoral research that puts forth a multi-systems approach to congregational care in the context of globalization. Cedric enjoys tennis, basketball, the performing arts and walks with his wife at the seashore. Dr. Johnson holds a M.S.W. from Hunter College School of Social Work, as well as an M.Div, Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Bar Theology is not your average theological discussion. Join us at 5th and K street's Busboys and Poets, where you'll get honest opinions and straight talk about faith, love, work and your daily life experiences. Bar Theology will give you the space to meet other people asking big questions and make new friends to keep the discussion going. We welcome all people, of all religions, to bring their whole self and join us in this ongoing dialogue.

Good beer. Good conversation. Bar Theology.

Free and open to all!

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