Barry Black,62nd Chaplain of the United States Senate, is slated to speak in the Rupp Arena at the CALLED Pastors Family Convention to be held June 21-24, 2020 in Lexington Kentucky. Chaplain Black began working in the Senate on July 7, 2003.The Office of the Chaplain is nonpartisan, nonpolitical, and nonsectarian.
In addition to opening the Senate each day in prayer, Chaplain Black’s duties include counseling and spiritual care for the senators, their families and their staffs, a combined constituency of six thousand people.
Chaplain Black’s days are filled with meeting senators about spiritual and moral issues, assisting senators’ staffs with research on theological and biblical questions, teaching Senate Bible study groups, encouraging such groups as the weekly Senate Prayer Breakfast, and facilitating discussion and reflection small groups among senators and staff.
The CALLED Pastors Family Convention, sponsored by the North American Division Ministerial Association, is designed to connect, inspire, equip and value pastors and their families in the NAD. Registration is now open and pastoral families who register this year will be able to take advantage of the early bird rate.