Volume 6 Number 1
Dear Friends and Colleagues:
The 2000–2001 academic year, completed in June, was remarkable in its achievements.
In September the campus community returned to a completely renovated Miller Chapel, which was rededicated to the glory of God during the fall meeting of the Board of Trustees, with Dr. Robert M. Adams, chairman of the board, preaching the sermon. Newly constructed Scheide Hall, which houses the chapel and music personnel of the Seminary, was also dedicated in October, although not occupied until January.
The new tracker pipe organ for Miller Chapel, constructed by Paul Fritts and given by Joe R. Engle, was dedicated in October, with Dr. Fred R. Anderson, pastor of Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City, preaching the sermon.
Our faculty was strengthened by six new appointments made by the trustees in May: the Reverend Dr. Sally A. Brown, assistant professor of preaching and worship; the Reverend Dr. Nancy Lammers Gross, associate professor of speech communication in ministry; the Reverend Dr. Darrell L. Guder, Henry Winters Luce Professor of Missional and Ecumenical Theology; the Reverend Dr. George Hunsinger, Hazel Thompson McCord Professor of Systematic Theology; Ms. Eunny Patricia Lee, instructor in Old Testament; and Dr. Luis N. Rivera-Pagán, Henry Winters Luce Professor of Ecumenics and Mission.
Appointed to the position of minister of the chapel was the Reverend Kristin Emery Saldine, with the additional designation of “with rank of instructor.”
At the Seminary’s 189th commencement in May, 215 students graduated in the Seminary’s five degree programs, including 20 Ph.D. candidates.
For this outstanding year we all are grateful to God and to you, our friends and alumni/ae, who support us in our efforts to serve the Lord Jesus Christ in this place,
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