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Nov
20
Tue
(no Convocation)
Nov 20 @ 11:00 am

Today is a No Convo day.

Nov
27
Tue
(no Convocation)
Nov 27 @ 11:00 am

Today is a No Convo day.

Nov
29
Thu
Chapel – Ron Kastens @ Seeger Memorial Chapel
Nov 29 @ 11:00 am – 11:50 am

Dr. Ron Kastens, Director of Milligan’s Ministry Leadership Program, will speak for Chapel.

Dec
4
Tue
Convocation – Adam Meyers (Kenai Christian Church) @ Seeger Memorial Chapel
Dec 4 @ 11:00 am – 11:50 am

Adam Meyers, Minister of Kenai Christian Church (Kenai, AK) speaks for Convo.

Dec
6
Thu
Chapel – ALATHEA in concert @ Seeger Memorial Chapel
Dec 6 @ 11:00 am – 11:50 am

Acclaimed songwriting duo Alathea close out the semester in Chapel with a concert of hymns, stories, and Christmas songs.

Alathea takes stories from their own lives and weaves them into music that’s instantly relatable – an approach that has taken them around the country and across the world playing concerts, festivals and special events each year that include NPR’s Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour, Pennsylvania’s acclaimed Musikfest, Bristol’s Rhythm and Roots Reunion, the Wild Goose Festival, as well as performances in Europe and Asia.  Alathea’s recent partnership with Appalachia Service Project serves to celebrate and spread the news of ASP’s work to help eradicate substandard housing in the Appalachian mountains where Mandee and Cristi live with their families.

Alathea’s newest full-length recording of traditional hymns “His Eye Is On the Sparrow” was selected by Coverfolk as one on the Best Traditional Folk Albums of 2017.

Mar
12
Tue
Everett Worthington @ Seeger Chapel
Mar 12 @ 11:00 am

Virginia Commonwealth University professor and clinical psychologist Evertt Worthington has spent a career researching and writing about forgiveness as it relates to justice, faith, virtue, marriage, and family. Worthington began studying forgiveness scientifically in 1990, but his research interest became personal following the 1996 murder of his mother. He continues to make it his mission to help individuals, couples and families, communities, and countries forgive. Dr. Worthington will speak for Chapel and present an evening lecture.

Everett Worthington @ Hyder Auditorium
Mar 12 @ 7:00 pm

Virginia Commonwealth University professor and clinical psychologist Evertt Worthington has spent a career researching and writing about forgiveness as it relates to justice, faith, virtue, marriage, and family. Worthington began studying forgiveness scientifically in 1990, but his research interest became personal following the 1996 murder of his mother. He continues to make it his mission to help individuals, couples and families, communities, and countries forgive. Dr. Worthington will speak for Chapel and present an evening lecture.