Historic Role of Churches in Education and Social Change

Featuring Rev. Charles W. Brooks

During this episode Michael discuss a variety of historic and contemporary issues with Rev. Charles W. Brooks, Adjunct Professor at Saint Augustine's University and Pastor of Poplar Spring Christian Church on Old Stage Road in Raleigh, NC.

Published on:Feb. 16, 2021

Episode Guest

Rev. Charles W. Brooks

Charles Weldon Brooks born December 19, 1959 is a native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In 1978, Pastor Brooks graduated from Broughton High School and began a successful study of history and government at Saint Augustine's College in Raleigh. In September of 1979 he answered the call and preached his initial sermon under then Pastor D.A. Peace, Sr. While in college, Charles was called to serve as Pastor of the Pleasant Union United Church of Christ in Raleigh. After serving the church for three years Charles graduated from Saint Augustine's College with a B.A. degree in History and Government in 1982. He entered The School of Theology at Virginia Union University where he earned a Masters of Divinity degree in 1987. Upon graduation he returned to North Carolina to serve as Pastor of the Children's Chapel United Church of Christ until July of 1990. In 1990 Charles accepted the challenge to lead a great congregation in Raleigh, the Poplar Springs United Church of Christ.

Episode Notes

This episode was streamed February 11, 2021.