Bethlehem Bible College, Bethlehem, Palestine;
Talk by Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon
St. Mark Presbyterian Church - Newport Beach, CA;
Sermon by Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon
In Defense of Christians (IDC), the nation’s leading advocacy organization for Christians and religious minorities in the Middle East and Africa, co-hosted the annual In Defense of Christians Ecumenical Prayer Service with the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America at Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Washington, DC on July 14, 2021 at 6:30 pm
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon was part of a panel of speakers for Conversations from the Holy Land.
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon speaks during Eastern University Chapel.
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon shares a short Lenten meditation.
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon was a leader and participant on Wednesday, February 17 "National Ash Wednesday Prayer Service" Responding to the January 6th Insurrection at the US Capitol and condemning Christian Nationalism and calling the church to more faithful witness.
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon shares a message on harm, healing, and hope during SPU Chapel as part of their partnership with OIEX services.
Last year, the Office of Inclusive Excellence launched the annual diversity lecture to bring thought leaders to Seattle Pacific University who can inspire and challenge individuals to engage the theological, cultural, and institutional aspects of this work. The exploration of this year’s theme, “Justice and Shalom,” seeks to practice grace-filled and spirit-led intercultural and ecumenical listening and, in doing so, seek a full understanding of God's vision of Shalom for all people and all creation. It also seeks to explore the role of Christian orthodoxy, orthopraxy, and orthopathy in the work of justice, and expand our imagination of what can be different coming out of this pandemic time and find application for our Gospel hope. This year’s speakers include, Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon, Executive Director, Churches for MIddle East Peace, Rev. Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Professor of Theology, Earlham School of Religion, and Dr. Randy Woodley, Distinguished Professor of Faith and Culture; Director of Intercultural and Indigenous Studies, Portland Seminary.
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon, Executive Director of Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP), facilitated session 4 on an Assessment of the 2020 elections with guests Lisa Sharon Harper of Freedom Road, Adam Taylor of Sojourners, Robert P. Jones author of White Too Long, and Tatiana Torres of DC Mayor Bowser's office. This session begins at 1:07 and was a part of CMEP Board group Evangelicals for Justice (E4J) online conference on Race, Gender, and Christian Nationalism: The Impact of Trumpism on Evangelicals on January 29-30, 2021.