The Theology of Gratitude:

Human Expressions While Living in a Complex World

April 24, 2020

GRATITUDE has become a phenomenon in popular culture and is written about in books ranging from self-help to the Harvard Business Review. Scholarly engagement has developed primarily in the psychological community, which has demonstrated the correlation between gratitude and improvement in personal health and the development of strong, healthy relationships. There is far less scholarship arising within the theological community.

We seek to change this! Bexley Seabury Seminary Federation and the United Thank Offering are collaborating to host a Convocation and Scholars Conference on the Theology of Gratitude with Diana Butler Bass, April 24, 2020.

Join us Online! For free!

The United Thank Offering (UTO) and Bexley Seabury are moving The Theology of Gratitude Conference online in order to ensure the health and safety of all involved as well as to include more people in participating in the conference.

Please register here to receive the login code.

The conference is now free. If you paid to register previously, you will receive a reimbursement. However, you will need to register so that we can ensure we have enough space on Zoom to accommodate everyone who wants to attend.

or…Join us later!

We will also record the main sessions and have those available to watch later for those who cannot attend the live webinar conference. Those videos will be available here.