Scholar

Rev. Erica Lea-Simka studied Behavioral Science at San Jacinto College, Psychology and Women’s and Gender Studies at Texas A&M, and earned a Master of Divinity degree from Truett Seminary at Baylor University. She occasionally participates in online continuing education with Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary.

Erica is a published author and experienced preacher and workshop leader. Interests include: interfaith relations, Christian EcoFeminism, monasticism, neo-monasticism, prayer labyrinths, gender, sexuality, Ignatian Spirituality, individual and community discernment, and more.

Recent presentations and publications include:

  • Living Your Call: Discerning Faithfully (Jan. 2017; Gay Christian Network Conference)
  • On Earth As In Heaven: The Power to Celebrate & Bridge Intersectionalities of Creation & Creator (Nov. 2016; Mennonite Church USA Women Doing Theology Conference)
  • Feel the Burn; Pentecost on Mockingbird Lane: Sermons from the 2015 National Festival of Young Preachers (Jan. 2016; Academy of Preachers)
  • On the Road Again (October 2015; Baptist Peacemaker)
  • Monasticism & Neomasticism: Contemporary Community Rooted in Classic Antiquity (July 2015; Mennonite Church USA)
  • Prayer Labyrinths: Centering for Peace (Feb. 2015; DC Interfaith Leadership Summit)
  • Together At the Table: Inclusive Communion and Intimate Conversations (Jan. 2015; Evangelical & Ecumenical Women’s Caucus- Christian Feminism Today)
  • The Problem of Violence (June 2014; Baptist News Global)
  • On Baptism and Peace (May 2014; Baptist News Global)
  • Christian Ecofeminist Images, Language, & Actions: A Conversation with Feminist Theologians (Feb. 2014; Mennonite Church USA Women Doing Theology Conference)
  • Living Advent (Dec. 2013; Baptist News Global)
  • Grieving Summer: A Havdalah (Sept. 2013; Baptist News Global)

Contact Erica for more information or for booking.

 

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