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DMin Fortnight Chapel This Week

As DMin students gather for the second week of their annual January fortnight of classes, January 9 -12, we will begin each day at 8:30 a.m. with worship in the Meinders Chapel. This week, PTS professors will be preaching according to the following schedule:

 

Monday, January 9 - Lisa Wilson Davison (Johnny Eargle Cadieux Professor of Hebrew Bible), Luke 2:21-38

Tuesday, January 10 - Richard F. Ward (Fred B. Craddock Associate Professor of Homiletics and Worship), Mark 1:4-11

 

Wednesday, January 11 - Nancy Claire Pittman, Associate Professor of the Practice of Ministry and Director of the DMin Program, John1:43-51

 

Thursday, January 12 - Gary Peluso-Verdend, President and Associate Professor of Practical Theology, Psalm 137

 

All these half-hour services are open to the public and you are cordially invited to attend. Eliot Glaser, well-known Tulsa musician, will be supporting these services with his musical gifts.

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