Grace is transformative. We sing about it, invoke it and thank God for it, but do we really understand it? Do we accept ourselves as worthy of God’s grace? Do we see ourselves as bringers of grace? And how we can deepen our understanding of what God intends by it in our daily lives?
Jarel Robinson-Brown will invite us to reflect on the familiar language of grace and to deepen our understanding of what God intends by and through it. He will explore the transforming nature of grace through the many hymns we sing about it, its scriptural roots and contemporary theological interpretations.
The Revd Jarel Robinson-Brown has been a Methodist Minister since 2013, and joined King's College London as the Methodist Chaplain in 2019. Prior to full-time ministry he studied classical music as a pianist and organist. Jarel is currently researching Coptic Monasticism and Religion in Late Antiquity. He has interests in Liberation Theology, Queer Theology and the life of the Prophets.