Virtual First Friday: Law in American Meetinghouses: Church Discipline and Civil Authority in Kentucky, 1780 - 1845, with Dr. Jeffrey Perry
Title: Virtual First Friday: Law in American Meetinghouses: Church Discipline and Civil Authority in Kentucky, 1780 - 1845, with Dr. Jeffrey Perry
Start: March 4, 2022, 12:00 pm
End: March 4, 2022, 1:00 pm
Location: (virtual) Zoom*
Cost: FREE for KHS members, $5 for non-members
In the 18th and early 19th centuries, “church discipline” was a forum in which many Protestant Kentuckians sought redress of grievances rather than the court system, which gave church meetinghouses a central role in maintaining communities’ social peace and local law. By the 1830s, however, internal disputes on doctrine and other external forces led many congregations to reimagine church authority. Join our conversation with Dr. Jeffrey Perry as we discuss this often-forgotten time in Kentucky history.
*TECHNOLOGY: This virtual event will take place via Zoom, an online meeting platform. For optimal experience, guests should connect using a device with a screen, a speaker, and a keyboard. (A web-enabled camera is also nice, but not necessary.) To accommodate guests who may not have access to this technology, a phone number will be provided at registration to dial in and listen to the presentation from any landline or mobile phone. Need help using Zoom? Check out this short video. You can also contact us at KHSeducation@ky.gov or call 502-782-8070.
Registration: Please register by clicking the button below, and you will receive information on how to connect. Registration deadline is 10 am on the day of the event.