Bringing Sexuality and Social Justice to Church

January 28 at 9:30 a.m. – 1 pm.


On January 28, the Center for Theology, Women, and Gender and the Women in Ministry Initiative will co-host a workshop on holistically integrating conversations about sexuality with an ethic of social justice into ministry with Dr. Kate Ott. Those interested in attending may do so online or in person.


Kate Ott

Dr. Kate Ott is a Christian social ethicist addressing the formation of moral communities with specializations in sexuality, youth and young adults, technology, pedagogy, and professional ethics. Her newest book is Sex, Tech, and Faith: Christian Ethics in a Digital Age. Her other writings include Christian Ethics for a Digital Society, Sex + Faith: Talking with Your Child from Birth to Adolescence and multiple book chapters and articles. She lectures and leads workshops across North America on sexuality issues related to faith formation for teens, young adults, parents, and religious educators and professionals. She is professor of Christian social ethics at Drew University Theological School in Madison, New Jersey and a lecturer in practical theology at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut.

Health Guidelines

Vaccination and wearing face coverings while indoors are expected for all campus visitors and guests. Face coverings are required indoors for all people, regardless of vaccination status. Please note speakers may remove their masks while presenting. Additionally, campus visitors should be prepared to share their names, phone numbers, and email addresses at the event, should contract tracing be necessary.


There is no cost for this event but registration is required. The workshop will be held at Stuart Hall in Room 6 and Mackay Main Lounge. Individuals can also choose to attend virtually. For in-person attendees, lunch boxes will be provided by Olsson's Fine Foods.

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