Announcing A Seminar: Quaker Theology II
Theology Beyond the Beginnings: --
Focus on EcclesiologyThe Nature of the Church
Yes--Regretfully we have had to
postpone this seminar. Chuck Fager, one of the presenters, is moving to take a new
job in early 2002, and this change in plans will necessitate rescheduling of this seminar.
Watch this space for rescheduling information.
Thank you for your interest!
What? This is the third of a series offered by QUEST, Quaker Ecumenical Seminars in Theology.
Where & When? TBA
An Exciting, Timely Program: Are Yearly Meetings obsolete? What is the best way to talk about the relationship between Friends and Monthly Meetings? What is the role of the Historic Testimonies in defining Quakerism? What do Friends share with other faith communitiesand what is uniquely Quaker? Drawing on a range of Quaker and ecumenical resources we will consider ways to think and talk about the nature of the Church and the specifics of ecclesial life within the Religious Society of Friends.
Facilitators: Chuck Fager and Ann Riggs. Chuck has studied theology at Harvard, and written extensively on related topics. Ann Riggs studied theology at Duke and the Catholic University of America in Washington DC. Ann is on the staff of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, in their Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs. She also represents Friends General Conference on the Faith and Order Commission of the National Council of Churches.x
Endorsement: This project was endorsed by State College Monthly Meeting and is under the care of its Advancement and Outreach Committee.
Fees and Registration: Fees will be kept as reasonable as possible.
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