William E. Pannell Center
William E. Pannell Center for African American Church Studies
The Pannell Center at Fuller Theological Seminary is committed to expanding the formation of Christian leaders in the African American church, community, and culture. In line with Fuller’s vision of forming global leaders for kingdom vocations, the center is a powerful resource for the forming of Christian leaders to effectively serve the African American church and community. In addition to continuing the legacy of training and developing church leaders, the Pannell Center seeks to nurture and form erudite African American scholars and courageous scholar-activists.
Learn from our faculty members, who combine practical experience with rigorous scholarship in Black church studies, the history of African Christianity, mission, culture, psychology, practical theology, and more.
Adjunct and Affiliate Faculty
Affiliate Assistant Professor of Practical Theology
Affiliate Associate Professor of Society, Religion, and African Studies
Adjunct Professor of Black Theology and African Studies
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Preaching
Pannell Center on Fuller Studio
FULLER dialogues: Black Public Theology
Leaders from the Black academy and the Black church explore ways to foster greater interaction between Black theology and the Black church and community
Location: 460 Ford Place, Suite 201, Pasadena, CA 91182
Mailing Address: 135 N Oakland Ave, Pasadena, CA 91182