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Events

September

FRI | SEPT 21 - 23 | 12:00| EXPLORING THE RICHNESS CHRISTIAN FAITH THIRD ANNUAL CONFERENCE: CAN THE EARLY CHRISTIAN CHURCH ENRICH CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIANS | Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church, 3431 Trickum Road, NE, Marietta    Georgia  30066 |  $35 Full Weekend; Daily Rates: $5 Friday, $20 Saturday, $10 Sunday - Register by August 31st and save $5 on the full weekend ($30). Learn More and Register Here

        

News & Ongoing

THURSDAYS MAY 17 - July 26 | 12:00 PM | SUMMER YOGA AT CTS | Upstairs above CAL in JBCL | Are you on Campus this summer? Practice self-care with this economical and convenient weekly yoga class. Cost for Established Participants: Students = $20/month; Staff/Faculty = $40/month; Community: $60/month. New/Drop-ins (guests on campus): Students = $8; Staff/Faculty = $12; Community = $17. For more information, contact theHSHC@gmail.com    

CHANGE OF ADDRESS FORMS - TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT | Students who are moving off campus, for the summer and permanently, must complete a Change of Address Form and provide address labels to the Mail, Copy, Supply Center (Box #345) ASAP.  This will enable your First Class Mail to be forwarded appropriately.  Hard copies of these forms are on the credenza across from the mailboxes. The online change of address form is here.

MENTORING: BIBLICAL, THEOLOGICAL, AND PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVES - Released May 1, 2018 | Opening multiple angles of vision on the practice of mentoring, Dean K. Thompson and D. Cameron Murchison have assembled an eminent group of scholars to reflect on these and other pressing questions. With contributions from twenty-one remarkable writers (including our own Melva Lowery) , this broad-ranging volume explores mentoring in biblical and theological perspective, within the context of diverse national and international communities, and across generations. Learn More

CAMPUS SECURITY & FIRE SAFETY REPORT 2018 | In accordance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act (P.L. 101-542), Columbia Theological Seminary is required to disclose campus security policy and campus crime statistics annually to all current students and employees and to any prospective students/employees upon request. The intent of this federal legislation is to promote awareness and to encourage responsible action in making the Seminary a safer place. Columbia Theological Seminary is also committed to providing a fire‐safe environment for the faculty, staff, students and visitors, and to protecting its property through an effective fire prevention, protection, preparedness and response program. These policies are in effect to assist the campus community in working together to maintain an environment that reduces the risk of fire hazards. This document can be found HERE.

DID YOU KNOW...? | Summer Access to John Bulow Campbell Library and CAL | Class may be dismissed, but the library is still here for you! Throughout the summer, CAL will continue to take consultations (including online), and the library will be open. Check the library website for more details about hours. Click Here

JULY | INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CAMP | Herlickovice, Czech Republic | A week of biblical programs, prayer, discussion, worship, rest, play for ages 17-25. Led in English. Learn More

AT THE RIVER: AN ORAL HISTORY PROJECT | Interviews of southern Presbyterian ministers, some with connections to Columbia Theological Seminary or the surrounding area, and their experience of ministry in the Deep South during the Civil Rights era. Learn about upcoming profiles, a documentary to be released this fall and view the raw interview footage. Click Here

JCBL ARCHIVES EXHIBIT | Floor 3B | New exhibit focusing on commencement traditions opening.  Join the C. Benton Kline, Jr. Special Collections and Archives in celebrating commencement! Come see photos of past commencement exercises and learn more about the traditions surrounding graduation and academic regalia.