C.D. Hubert Lecture Series

Make plans to join us as we honor Morehouse School of Religion and the religious legacy of Dr. May’s on Monday, February 12, 2018 at the newly built edifice, of the historic Friendship Baptist Church located at 80 Walnut Street in Atlanta, Georgia 30314.

Connect Your Passion With God’s Mission!

MSR has renewed devotion, a new Dean, and a new direction. What a powerful year it has been! We are reaching out to you, our Alumni and MSR church family to ask you to donate any amount to help our student scholarship fundraising drive on Giving Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Please visit our donation page, view our new video, and donate.


School of Religion

We believe that it is our duty to define global economic justice as the ethical imperative for the 21st century

Join us in the awesome task of preparing men and women for 21st century ministry and our pursuit of achieving the Word of Reconciliation

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The Epitome of a Morehouse Preacher

Dr. Otis Moss Jr.,  is a distinguished Morehouse School of Religion graduate. Ebony Magazine has recognized him as one of the greatest black preachers in America.



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Welcome to The Morehouse School of Religion

The Morehouse School of Religion believes that the 21st century church’s ethical imperative is to preach and advocate for human and economic justice which is income and wealth equalities among brothers and sisters.

Learn more about our history which began in the Civil War era and continues through the Civil Rights, Black Power and Black Lives Matter eras.

Learn how to join our community to become a leader for teaching & the ministry

Your support helps us continue to produce leaders in the Du Boisian prophetic tradition.

New Dean of The Morehouse School of Religion

Joseph Evans is the Dean of the Morehouse School of Religion, associate professor of Homiletics at the Interdenominational Theological Center and author of Lifting the Veil Over Eurocentrism: The Du Boisian Hermeneutic of Double Consciousness published by Africa World Press (2014). His newest book’s working title is Reconciliation and Reparation: Preaching Economic Justice in the African American Church is expected by Judson Press (Spring 2018).  In addition, Dean Evans is the author of numerous scholarly articles that include “The Radical Nature of the Du Boisian Metanarrative and Economic Reparations” in the Homiletic (Spring 2016) and “Vernon Johns and the Romance With Death” in the American Baptist Quarterly (February 2017). Gardner Taylor once described Evans as one of the “brilliant preachers of his generation.”