February Gathering and Conversation with Special Guest Dean Xolani Dlwathi from
South Africa:
Apartheid, Here and There
Apartheid, Now and Then
Dean Xolani Dlwathi (left) with Bishop Desmond Tutu (right)
You are invited to our next Wake Forest Community Table Gathering on February 18 from 11am-1pm at Olive Branch Baptist Church.

We will be joined by Dean Xolani Dlwathi for this special Black History Month Gathering to discuss, reflect, share stories and history from South African and African American perspectives about the systems, laws and beliefs that separate us and how our commitment to love in action, education and building relationships can transform our countries and communities.

Sign up and see details for this event using the link below:

Dean Xolani Dlwathi serves at the Cathedral of St. Mary the Virgin in Johannesburg South Africa and was born in Soweto South Africa.
Reverend Larry Wilder- Pastor of Olive Branch Baptist Church in Wake Forest, NC
The Very Reverend Milton C. Williams- Rector of St. Francis Episcopal Church in Greensboro, NC.

Reverend Mawethu Ncaca- Curate and Assistant to the Rector at Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill, NC. Mawethu was born and raised in South Africa.
Please let me know if you have any questions:
Joy Shillingsburg