Rev. Hyuk Seonwoo
United Methodist Church of Martha's Vineyard
As an ordained elder of the United Methodist Church, Rev. Dr. Hyuk Seonwoo served Zion Korean United Methodist Church in Warwick, R.I. for 18 years before coming to the United Methodist Church of Martha's Vineyard in 2019. He also worked with the Rhode Island State Council of Churches, serving as a UM representative and vice president for many years. Hyuk has led a joint Summer "Mindful Tai Chi" program with MVCMA since 2021, and will do the same in July and August this year. Read Hyuk's recent journal article, Finding Rhythm for Multicultural Worship: Heartful Indwelling with God and God’s Creation: https://www.mdpi.com/2077-1444/13/5/410/htm
Bishop Jeffrey A. Williams
The King's Cathedral, Providence
Dr. Williams has an earned Doctorate from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (D.Min) Urban Complex Settings), a Master’s in Public Administration (MPA) from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and a Bachelors degree (BA) from Brown University in Social Environmental Analysis. He and his lovely wife, Lelani live in Rhode Island and have two young adult daughters.
Rev. Raphael Warnock
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta
Senator Warnock is a proud graduate of Morehouse College; after graduating from Morehouse, he went onto earn a PhD and begin his career ordained in the ministry. For over 15 years, Senator Warnock has served as Senior Pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the former pulpit of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He is the youngest pastor selected to serve in that leadership role at the historic church.
Rabbi Caryn Broitman
Rabbi Caryn Broitman graduated from Harvard University in the Comparative Study of Religion, and received her Rabbinical Ordination from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. She has been a Senior Educators Fellow at the Melton Center of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (1996/7) and a Daniel Jeremy Silver Fellow at the Center for Jewish Studies, Harvard University (2017).
Rabbi Broitman began her tenure as Rabbi of the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center in 2003. Some of her interests include: religion and literature, interfaith and multi-faith dialogue, and faith-based approaches to issues of justice and human rights.
Dr. Preston N. Williams
Rev. Dr. Preston Williams, retired in 2002 from Harvard Divinity School where he had served as Houghton Professor of Theology since 1971. Before Harvard, he had served as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor at Boston University School of Theology. He had taught previously at four historically black colleges: Johnson C. Smith University, Knoxville College, North Carolina College for Negroes (now North Carolina Central University), and Lincoln University. He has served as associate chaplain at Pennsylvania State University and Protestant chaplain at Brandeis University. His fields of interest are Christian ethics, social and economic justice, human rights, and African American experience. He is an ordained Presbyterian USA minister.
Rev. Dr. Mary Jane O'Connor-Ropp
An ordained elder in the New England Conference of the United Methodist
Church, Rev. O’Connor-Ropp served several churches in Massachusetts before
being appointed to Trinity UMC in Oak Bluffs in 2002. She retired from ministry in
2007 and moved to Las Cruces, New Mexico with her husband Steve. After nearly
five years of desert living, they happily returned to beautiful New England and
settled in a retirement community for UMC clergy in Wells, Maine. In retirement,
she has continued to serve churches in Massachusetts and Maine on a part-time
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