Memorial Church has historically been an important center of spiritual and ceremonial life at Stanford University since the church was dedicated in 1903. It is open to anyone, wherever you may be on your spiritual journey. Please join at University Public Worship, Sunday mornings at 10:00 am in this spectacular and sacred venue.
The Rev. Floyd Thompkins will be preaching this coming Sunday, February 5 at 10:00 AM.
Rev. Floyd Thompkins is the Director of the Center for Innovation in Ministry at San Francisco Theological Seminary. Thompkins has served as a dean and chaplain at two world-class institutions, Stanford and Princeton universities. He has developed programs to empower underserved teenage youth and young adults in urban and rural areas—in East Palo Alto, CA and rural South Georgia. He previously led Antioch Baptist Church, the oldest African American Church in San Jose, CA, and was the Education and Administrative Pastor of Covenant Christian Church in Douglas, GA.
As Associate Dean of Memorial Church at Stanford University, Rev. Thompkins founded Black Church, the largest multi-cultural religious gathering on the Stanford campus. He also implemented a special freshman support system still being used as a base academic support program.
For more information, please visit: http://events.stanford.edu/events/648/64835/