The School of Theology hosts a year-round series of lectures.
Lectures at The School of Theology are made possible by these funds:
• In the spring, the Beattie and Arrington Lectures are given in alternate years and usually focus on more scholarly topics.
• The Arrington Lectures have been funded by Cornelia G. C. Arrington as "a Thank Offering for four John White Arringtons."
• The Bayard Hale Jones Memorial Lectureship in Liturgics was established by Emily S. Jones.
• The Belford Lecture has been endowed in honor of the Rev. Dr. Lee Archer Belford, on topics in Christian/Jewish relations.
The DuBose Lectures are held in the fall. Endowed by an initial gift from the Rev. Jack C. Graves and substantially increased by a gift from Miss Margaret (Peggy) A. Chisholm of Laurel, Miss., and New York City, the lectures memorialize William Porcher DuBose, second dean of The School of Theology. These lectures, along with continuing education workshops, focus annually on a topic of wide appeal in the church.
The DuBose Lectures and Alumni Gathering offers continuing education workshops preceeding the lectures. Videos of these workshops are available here.
The annual church marketing workshop is held in the spring and is hosted by the contextual education department and the office of marketing and communications. Materials from these workshop are available here.
The School of Theology offers both a bishop-in-residence program and a fellow-in-residence program. Full details are available here.