The School of Theology. Sewanee: The University of the South


Points of Grace: Studies of The School of Theology

Hargrove Auditorium,

On Wednesday, March 27, The Rev. Kammy Young, director of contextual education and lecturer in contextual theology at The School of Theology, will present Part I of Points of Grace, a summary of the results of her D.Min. study of The School of Theology from various perspectives. Young will share a trailer for the video, "Turning Points in Our Life Together," an oral history of The School of Theology, as well as current narratives. Discussions around issues of power and authority, the ways wisdom and information are shared and vision for The School of Theology will be ways in which to consider together God's grace among us today. 

On Tuesday, April 9, Lyn Stabler, T'13, will present Part II of Points of Grace, a summary of the results of her Gessell Fellowship project to build a genogram, a "family tree," for the St. Luke's Community." Lyn will share, in stories and pictures, examples of the people and events that have shaped our community. These are "points of grace" where the love of Christ is experienced. Through re-encountering the past, it is hoped that people will be even more aware of God's grace in the present and future. The presentation will be held in Hargrove Auditorium from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Everyone is invited to attend one or both presentations.