Meeting College Students Where They Are: The Chaplain in Residence Program

When the Rev. Ashley Mangrum was hired as Sewanee’s Assistant Chaplain for Pastoral Care and Interfaith Support in February 2021, she was given a specific challenge: create a program that offers seminarian-led, one-on-one spiritual guidance to undergraduates from all religious (and non-religious) walks of life.

Alumni Spotlight: The Rev. Anne Jolly

As the world slowly emerges from two years of pandemic isolation, the Rev. Anne Jolly, T’13, is focused on building community.

Meet the Fergusons

Ethan and Anatol Ferguson joined the School of Theology community in the fall of 2021. Anatol is pursuing her master of divinity degree, and Ethan, already ordained in The Episcopal Church, is working on his master of sacred theology degree. The Fergusons are from the Bahamas, and when they arrived in August with their son, Zaire, now 8 months old, they became the School of Theology’s “first international family,” a title they claim with pride.

Alumni Return to the Mountain for the 2021 Alumni Lectures

On Sept. 28–30, we welcomed alumni and friends back for an in-person homecoming where they heard lectures from the prophetic voices of the Rt. Rev. Phoebe Roaf, bishop of the Diocese of West Tennessee; the Rt. Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows, bishop of the Diocese of Indianapolis; and the Rt. Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton, bishop of the Diocese of Maryland. Read what our alumni had to say about this opportunity to return to their alma mater.

School of Theology Graduate Leads Effort to Build School in Mozambique

The Rev. Shadreck Kwagwanji, T’21 may have just left Sewanee a few months ago, but he’s already living into his ministry and acting as the hands and feet of Jesus. Bess Turner asked Shadreck about his new project and what our alumni can do to help.

March is Women in History Month

March is Women in History Month, a time to acknowledge women's contributions to history, culture, and society. Recently, we asked several of our female alumni to share how they have been serving the Church during Coronatide.

A Conversation With Julia Gatta

In celebration of Women's History Month, Sewanee Theolog sat down with the Rev. Dr. Julia Gatta to find out more about how she came to the Mountain, her goals as a theological educator, and some of the other women in history she admires.