Join us for the 2016 Alumni/ae Days & Kellogg Lectures on May 5 and 6, 2016 at Episcopal Divinity School!
This year’s Kellogg Lectures will be given by the Very Rev. Dr. Andrew McGowan, former EDS faculty member, and present dean and president of Berkeley Divinity School and McFaddin Professor of Anglican Studies and Pastoral Theology. Dr. McGowan’s lectures will focus on the theme of sacrifice.
If you are from a reunion class (see the column on the right) and would like to help organize your class’s presence at this year’s Alumni/ae Days, please contact Kathleen Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration closes at midnight on Friday, April 29!
Schedule of Events
Thursday, May 5
12:00–3:00pm: Registration and Book Sale (Tyler Room) 12:00–2:00pm: Alumni/ae Choir Rehearsal (St. John’s Memorial Chapel) 2:00-3:00pm: Ice Cream Social Hosted by the Alumni/ae Executive Committee (Tyler Room) 3:00–4:30pm: Panel Discussion—“Justice Too Long Delayed: Speaking Responsibly about Sacrifice in Public Discourse” (Sherrill 350, see right sidebar for panelist information) 5:00–5:45pm: Evensong (St. John’s Memorial Chapel) 5:30–6:30pm: Reception (Washburn Auditorium) 6:30–8:30pm: Alumni/ae Awards Dinner (Washburn Auditorium)
Friday, May 6
8:30am–12:30pm: Registration and Book Sale (Tyler Room) 9:30-10:45am: Community Eucharist (St. John’s Memorial Chapel) 10:45–11:45am: Coffee Hour (Sherrill Library Atrium) 12:00–1:00pm: Kellogg Lecture—“Sacrifice No More: Ideologies of Sacrifice in Modernity” (St. John’s Memorial Chapel) 1:00–2:30pm: Lunch (Box lunches will be available in the Tyler Room at a cost of $10 per person) 2:30–3:30pm: Kellogg Lecture—“Making Sacrifices to God: Toward a Theology of Gift and Giving” (St. John’s Memorial Chapel)
2016 Reunion Classes
Episcopal Theological School and Philadelphia Divinity School classes of:
1956, 1961, 1966, 1971
Episcopal Divinity School classes of:
1976, 1981, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006, 2011
“Justice Too Long Delayed” Panelists
Marie Alford-Harkey (EDS ’10), incoming president and CEO of the Religious Institute
Carol Gallagher (EDS ’89), bishop for Native American Ministries, and assistant bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Montana
Cameron Partridge, adjunct faculty member at EDS, Episcopal chaplain at Boston University, and lecturer and counselor to Episcopal/Anglican students at Harvard Divinity School
Peter Selby (ETS ’66), former bishop of Church of England Diocese of Worcester