Rev. Dr. Marsha Snulligan Haney

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Rev. Dr. Marsha Snulligan Haney

Rev. Dr. Marsha Snulligan Haney is a theological educator consultant who has worked with a variety of theological institutions and urban communities within the USA including St. Louis, Charlotte, Detroit, Cleveland, Pasadena, Los Angeles, and Atlanta.  She has also lived, studied, and worked in Birmingham (England), Juba (Sudan), and Kumba (Cameroon).

 

As a result of such experiences, she has a deep appreciation for (1) religious communities and how they seek to make a meaningful impact in the communities where they are planted; (2) Christians who work ecumenically with others across denominational differences for justice and peace (such as working with the Missing and Murdered Children in Atlanta and the Graduate Ecumenical Institute in Bussan, Korea); and (3) the interfaith movement as taught and experienced in theological education. Marsha has worked with Muslim and Christian interfaith dialogues in Scotland, Ghana, Malaysia, and the USA.

 

A minister of the Presbyterian Church (USA), she is a graduate of Johnson C. Smith University (Charlotte), Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary at the Interdenominational Theological Center (Atlanta), and Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Intercultural Studies (Pasadena). Marsha has taught at several theological seminaries and schools of religious studies, published numerous articles, essays, and the following books: Evangelism Among African American Presbyterians:  Making Plain the Sacred Story, Afrocentric Approaches to Christian Ministry: Strengthening African American Urban Congregations (with Ronald E. Peters), and Islam and Protestant African American Churches:  The Challenges of Religious Pluralism. She has also directed several academic programs including the Doctor of Ministry Program and the Urban Theological Institute, ITC. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with family and friends, reading, fishing, and music of many genres.