Trauma, Justice, and Healing with the Rev. Michael Lapsley, Anglican priest, social justice activist, and founder of The Forgiveness Project.

“Trauma, Healing, and Justice,” a webinar with Rev. Michael Lapsley is live now on YouTube:  https://youtu.be/tK6Bfq1YtJQ

CACS is pleased to host “Trauma, Healing, and Justice,” a webinar with Rev. Michael Lapsley, an Anglican priest, social justice activist, and founder of The Forgiveness Project. The webinar will be hosted by VTS professor of theology and liturgy, Rev. Dr. James Farwell, and moderated by the Rev. Canon Melanie Mullen, The Episcopal Church Director of Reconciliation, Justice and Creation Care, a member of the Presiding Bishop’s staff. The Rev. Maurice Dyer, associate rector at St. David's Episcopal Church, Radnor, PA, and former volunteer at the Institute for Healing of Memories, will join as a panelist. 

Father Lapsley’s ministry and commitment to fighting social injustice is informed by the work he has done in South Africa as a student, priest, and chaplain. To learn more about Father Michael Lapsley before our conversation please visit  The Institute for Healing of Memories  and watch  "The Father Michael Lapsley Story". This conversation took place on Zoom at 12:45 p.m. on Tuesday, February 16, 2021.