Register now to for our annual alumni reunion. This year’s event will include worship, lectures and workshops by Columbia Theological Seminary faculty and alumni, and also – for the first time in many years – will include the Smyth lectures. We are excited to welcome Dr. Frank Thomas, Professor of Homiletics at Christian Theological Seminary, as our 2019 Smyth lecturer. This event will be jam-packed with opportunities for you learn, reflect and reconnect with your Columbia Seminary community. Registration below.
Homecoming ’19 Schedule
Monday, February 4
1:30 – 2:00 Registration & Check-InHarrington Center Library
2:00 – 2:50 Welcome & Opening Worship, HC Chapel, Jake Myers Preaching
3:00 – 3:45 Workshop with Anna Carter Florence, based on her new book, “Rehearsing Scripture: Discovering God’s Word in Community”
3:45 Break/Campus Tour by Admissions Team
4:30 – 6:00 Reception at the President’s Home sponsored by the Presbyterian Foundation
6:00 Dinner with your class cluster in Decatur
Tuesday, February 5
7:30-8:15 Breakfast in Refectory
Option A—Brennan Breed, “Prophetic Preaching in a Divided World”
Option B—Clark Simmons and Keenan Rodgers, “Retirement 101 for Ministers”
Option C—William Yoo, “Talking about Race at Church – Resources and Ideas”
10:10 Campus-Wide Worship, (Location TBD)
10:40 Coffee Break
Option A—Bill Harkins, “”What We Need Is Here: Poetry, Theological Reflection, and Practical Wisdom.”
Option B—Robert Hay, “Creating a Culture of Generosity”
Option C—Alumni Panel, “Being Bi-vocational”
12:30 – 2:00 Alumni Association Luncheon and Awards Ceremony, Refectory
2:00-3:00 Student Meet & Greet / Opportunities Fair
Option A—Ralph Watkins, “Social Media as Self Care”
Option B—Kate McGregor Moseley, “Earth Care & Self-Sustainability”
Option C—Karen Webster, “Working Out”- Exercising our understanding of self-care”
5:00-6:30 BBQ dinner in Ellis Room (catered by alumnus, Hamilton Barnes)
7:00 Smyth Lecture 1 of 2, Dr. Frank Thomas
Wednesday, February 6
Option A—Todd Speed, “Seasoned Pastors & Sustainability”
Option B—Martha Moore Keish, “Christian Prayer for Today”
10:15-10:50 Coffee & Closing Blessing – Ellis Room
11:00-12:00 Smyth Lecture 2 of 2, Dr. Frank Thomas (Location TBD)
Come for Homecoming ’19, stay for MIGRATIONS AND BORDER CROSSINGS, February 7-9.
This conference has world-class speakers from various disciplines in migration. Keynoters: former Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera, and Dean of Vanderbilt Divinity School Emilie Townes. See the complete list of speakers and learn more here.
You qualify for a special $50 reduction in your Homecoming ’19 registration fee if you register for both events.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE of the ALUMNI ASSOCIATION COUNCIL
President Ella Busby ’00, email@example.com
Secretary/Treasurer Michael Kirby ’03, firstname.lastname@example.org
Immediate Past President Julie Lehman ’92, email@example.com
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This year’s alumni reunion will include worship, lectures and workshops by Columbia Theological Seminary faculty and alumni. This event will be jam-packed with opportunities for you learn, reflect and reconnect with your Columbia Seminary community. Details and Registration HERE.
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