LIVE concert with “The Many” 6:30 p.m.

Join us LIVE from Faith United Methodist Church in Tulsa, Okla. for a concert with “The Many."

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While coming together in person is important, there remains an inherent risk meeting in any public place with other people. COVID-19 is a very contagious disease and can lead to severe illness and death. The risk for serious or fatal illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is higher for those with underlying medical conditions and senior citizens.

To mitigate in-person risk of infection, Phillips Theological Seminary will follow CDC guidelines based on community spread of COVID-19 at the time of the event. The seminary will communicate with registrants if there are changes in the level of precautions required.

Depending on the level of CDC guidelines, Phillips may require our guests to wear face coverings in all indoor public spaces on its property, regardless of vaccination status. This includes bathrooms and offices when meeting with other people. Face coverings must fully cover the nose, mouth, and chin. Bandanas, gaiters, with valves, and similar facial coverings are not sufficient. The seminary will require guests with improper face coverings to use a seminary-provided mask.

Facial coverings may be briefly removed while actively eating or drinking as long as individuals remain socially distant from one another. While it is tempting to unmask while visiting with people we feel comfortable with, this should not be the practice during this event.

For events hosted away from Phillips Seminary property, the requirements of that venue will be observed. However, Phillips highly encourages the following of CDC guidelines..

Individuals with underlying medical conditions or who prefer not to wear face coverings are encouraged to participate online rather than in person where that option is available. Those who choose to attend an in-person event voluntarily assume all risks and responsibilities associated with COVID-19 exposure.

Discount hotel rates for Remind & Renew

Phillips has discount rates available for the Remind & Renew event. The Hampton Inn and Suites Tulsa Central 3418 South 79th East Avenue, Tulsa , OK, 74145 is the location for this special lodging discount.

Join us Jan. 25-27 for Remind & Renew 2023

Transforming Justice

Theme statement: We are called to be seekers and doers of justice to transform our families and communities into places of just living. Remind & Renew 2023 will focus on the ways our social justice efforts can be transformative for society.

Registration is now open. As of now, Remind & Renew will be both in-person and online with presentations using a conference platform called Whova. This service also allows R&R attendees to set up meetings in their own small groups in-person or online. When you register for Remind & Renew, you'll get more information on how to use Whova, including its smartphone app. The schedule is under construction and will be published soon.
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Presenters (as of Nov. 10, 2022): 

  • Kazu Haga, author of Healing Resistance: A Radically Different Response to Harm, is the founder of East Point Peace Academy and one of the most experienced trainers in Kingian Nonviolence, a philosophy that comes out of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. A leading voice nationally in various approaches to nonviolence, organizing and restorative justice, he works to empower incarcerated communities, youth and activists to work for Beloved Community. Kazu Haga lives in Oakland, California.  LEARN MORE
  • The Many will lead our worship times and present an evening concert. The Many is an uncommon, intentionally diverse collective making music for people to sing together about peace and justice and a world where all belong. Drawing on indie pop and gospel influences, The Many makes music to help give voice to faith and doubt, questions and fears, laments and longings, music that speaks to a non-violent God, a Jesus who is with us and for us, and to a Spirit that can't be easily defined or controlled. It's music for a movement of resistance to hatred and division, for reconciliation and restoration, and music that always reminds us "we are on this earth to love."  LEARN MORE
  • Terence Crutcher Foundation staff will help us learn how they work to build flourishing communities through leadership and economic development, creating a stronger culture of organizing and advocacy, and by re-envisioning public safety through community-based models. LEARN MORE


Event Code of Conduct

Welcome to Phillips Theological Seminary. Whether you are using the library or attending an educational program, the Seminary is committed to providing a learning space for all participants, and we need your cooperation in doing so.

Phillips is first and foremost an educational institution; creating and maintaining an environment conducive to learning is essential. A harassment free environment allows each Seminary guest to learn without fear of being accosted for who they are.

The Seminary has taken care to write policies to frame spaces for harassment-free learning. See the anti-discrimination statements, the trustees’ statement on Engaged Diversity, inclusive language, Title IX/Sexual Harassment Prevention, and ADA. The seminary is a member of the Disciples Alliance Q, which advocates for the full inclusion of LGBTQ+ persons in the life of the church. In addition, the Seminary is seeking to build a deeper capacity to communicate across cultures through utilizing the Intercultural Development Inventory.

A harassment-free space is achieved when guests treat others with respect and refrain from inappropriate speech, touch, or actions that ignore, dismiss, demean, or denigrate the equal and full humanity of another.

Guests should expect harassment-free treatment from Phillips employees and students.

Seminary guests should seek to be aware not only of their intent in interacting with others but also of the impact/reception of their actions.

In your interactions with others (whether other guests, students, or employees), please understand yourself to be in a public, professional context rather than a personal space, and keep your comments and actions appropriate for that public, professional space within the framework created by the Seminary’s policies.

If you judge that you have been on the receiving end of an inappropriate action, please deal with the situation by addressing the action personally, by bringing the situation to the attention of Seminary personnel (starting with the event organizer, during a program), or both.

The Seminary employee in charge of the event or the space (e.g., the library) is authorized to address situations. Actions may range from speaking to or admonishing the offending party, to dismissal from the event (without refund), to a prohibition from using the library or attending programs at the Seminary.

If a guest makes a complaint about an employee or a student, that complaint will be investigated according to the policies in the Employee or the Student Handbook.