Monday - Thursday, July 14 - 17
Course of Study Session I classes & activities (various times and locations)
Monday - Friday, July 14 - 18
Summer School classes (various times and locations)
Tuesday, July 15
Gallery Opening, 4:30 - 5:30 pm (Dadian Gallery, board room)
Wednesday, July 16
DEADLINE for email announcements, 12 pm! (Please send nearly “camera ready” information in Calibri font, 12pt to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!)
Thursday, July 17
Staff game night, 4:30 - 6:30 pm (Elderdice)
Saturday, July 19
PMM General Orientation, 8 am - 2 pm (starts in Elderdice)
Sunday, July 20
French Speaking Protestant Church, 9:30 am - 1 pm (TG-09, chapel & narthex)
Monday - Friday, July 21 - 25
Summer School classes (various times and locations)
Monday, July 21
Course of Study Session II registration, orientation & dinner, 12 - 6:30 pm (refectory)
Tuesday - Friday, July 22 - 25
Course of Study Session II classes and activities (various times and locations)
Saturday, July 26
Wedding: set-up, ceremony, clean-up, 12 - 6 pm (chapel & narthex)
Sunday, July 27
French Speaking Protestant Church, 9 am - 1 pm (Elderdice)
Hungarian Reformed Church, 10 am - 2 pm (chapel & refectory)
Malagasy Church, 3 - 6 pm (chapel)
CURRENTLY IN THE DADIAN GALLERY: “LIVING TRADITION: Icons for the Liturgical Year by Davydov & Shalamova” Lovingly created and transported from Russia, 35 contemporary icons continue, extend, and reinterpret the centuries-old tradition of art used as a powerful and responsible instrument for preaching a visual sermon. Join us for the ARTIST’S TALK AND RECEPTION on Tuesday, July 15, 4:30 - 5:30 pm in the boardroom. Take this rare opportunity to learn about icon writing from Philip Davydov and engage in Q & A about his creative process, research, materials, content and imagery! Consider this your invitation to connect with the face of holiness.
A MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT McALLISTER-WILSON RE PROFESSOR EMERITA EDWARDS
I am sad to report the death of Professor Emerita of Christian Education Mary Alice Douty Edwards on July 10 at age 100.
Mary Alice was hired in 1957 to teach one course in the recently established Department of Christian Education. In March 1959, President Trott advanced her to full-time teaching and announced that the Master of Religious Education degree program would begin that fall. She taught at Wesley until 1983. She served as Interim Dean when Phil Wogaman stepped down. President Doug Lewis remembered her dedication to her students, her love of the institution and her firm resolve.
Mary Alice was born in 1913 in Rochester, NY, but always thought of Baltimore as her “home town.” She was a graduate of Goucher College and held graduate degrees from Union Theological Seminary (MA) and Columbia University (Ed.D) and had more than twenty years of experience in public school education and with the Baltimore Conference Board of Education. Her teaching focus was on effective educational ministry for the whole congregation. That concern prompted her to design such courses as Life Span Ministry, Children and Religion, Ministry to the Aging, and The Family and Christian Education. She also offered courses in Religious Drama, Worship in Christian Education, and Camping as occasional electives.
Phil Wogaman recalled that Mary Alice was the last surviving faculty member who taught in Westminster, MD before the seminary moved to Washington in 1958. It was a smaller group in those days. But, like our faculty today, Mary Alice exemplified the essential quality of this community: the care professors have for their students. I remember her best as my advisor as a student, and the fact that she helped to be a matchmaker for Drema and me.
There will be a service celebrating Mary Alice's life in Oxnam Chapel on Tuesday, September 2 at 4:30 pm.
WORSHIP / FOOD SERVICE AVAILABLE DURING COURSE OF STUDY SCHOOL
Fall Orientation Leadership Team 2014
Are you interested in proving your leadership ability by serving students, faculty/staff, and families of the Wesley community while leading by example? Orientation is designed to lead new students through all of the necessary processes that will prepare them for the start of classes. YOU, as current students, faculty, and staff can help us create a successful transition process for first year and transfer students of Wesley Theological Seminary! Mark your calendars NOW with these important dates: Academic Planning Wednesday, August 20 and Thursday, August 21; Community Life Orientation Friday, August 22 and Service Project/Community Building Saturday, August 23. Please stay tuned for more information and meeting times which are subject to change.
(The Weekly Announcements are designed to give information about Wesley sponsored events or those that take place at a Wesley Theological Seminary location. Occasionally, we can include brief announcements that may be of interest for our WTS community.)
THE BLACK WOMEN CLERGY OF THE UMC ANNUAL MEETING: “Shaping Our Destiny…Impacting the World!”
Monday, August 4 -Thursday August 7, The Black Women Clergy of The United Methodist Church will be hosting their annual meeting in Orlando Florida, at the Hilton Double Tree Resort at Sea World. If you are interested please register here http://blackclergywomenumc.com/register/
There are scholarships for seminarians available, please contact Rev. Marjorie Burns, Treasurer, BCWUMC. Also, please notify JaNice Parks in the Admissions Office if you are planning to go (email@example.com).
BUSINESS AND REGISTRAR’S OFFICES HOURS
Monday - Friday: 9 am - 12 pm and 1 - 4 pm (closed during lunch)
LIBRARY SUMMER HOURS
Now – Aug 1
Monday-Thursday: 8 am - 6:30 pm
Friday: 8 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday, July 26: 10 am - 5 pm
August 2 – 23
Monday – Friday: 8 am – 4:30 pm
MAILROOM & COPY CENTER HOURS
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am – 12 pm & 1 - 4:30 pm
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