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Mayor Duggan Joins Panel of Distinguished Clergy to Discuss the Importance of Voting

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan will join a distinguished panel of clergy and government leaders to discuss voting in the upcoming presidential election. Called, "Take Your Souls to the Polls," the Facebook Live event will be held on Sunday, November 1, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Visit Ecumenical Theological Seminary today to like our page.

In addition to the Mayor, panelists include:

Rev. Dr. Kenneth Harris, President of ETS

Rev. Wendell Anthony, President, NAACP

Attorney Bertram Marks, Litigation Associations, PLLC

Bishop Corletta Vaughn, Detroit School Board

Heaster Wheeler, Assistant Secretary of State

Rev. Kenita Ruth Harris, Detroit Bible Tabernacle

Dr. Samuel White, III, Academic Dean of ETS, will serve as moderator of the the Ecumenical Theological Seminary's Take Your Souls to the Polls.

The Ecumenical Theological Seminary is an urban-based accredited seminary in the heart of Detroit. ETS is committed to its calling at one of the most difficult and promising epicenters of American identify. In bringing together members of various religious communities in an ecumenical learning environment, ETS simultaneously addresses questions of spiritual nurture and social justice, traditional confession and cross-cultural innovation.

ETS offers the following degrees for individuals seeking to further their calling in the ministry whether it be in a church, or professional setting: Doctor of Ministry, Masters of Divinity, Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Arts (Academic), The seminary also offers a Certificate in Theological Studies, Continuing Education Certificates and an Urban Ministry Diploma, a path of study for those who only have a High School Diploma, or GED. Seminarians who successfully complete UMD courses can advance to the Masters program without obtaining a Bachelor's Degree.

For more information about ETS, visit our website at, or call 313-831-5200.

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