All programs and lectures are free and open to the public! Programs begin at 7:00pm in Upper Moore Center, formerly known as the Huckleberry Cafe, unless otherwise noted. Covid-19 protocol applies. Recordings for most lectures will be released by noon the Thursday following the lecture and will be listed below in conjunction with the lecture title. Some lectures and performances are not able to be recorded.
“Preludes and…” Organ Recital
Location: Anderson Auditorium
|Recording not available
|June 15||“Montreat Scottish Society and the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games”
|Due to severe technological difficulties, this recording is not available. We apologize for the inconvenience.
|June 22||“Seeing Theology”
|June 29||“Some Stories of Art, Family, and Food: How Lila Bonner Miller Anticipated the Alternative Food Movement”
Dr. John Brueggemann
“In Memory of Dr. Jim (Jimbo) Bryan: A Celebration of Life”
Dr. Henry Wilde and Richard DuBose
“Anatomy of a Supreme Court Case Affecting Many”
Location: Convocation Hall
|July 13||“From a Vexillologist’s Perspective: A New Mississippi State Flag”
|July 20||“Hearing Theology”
|July 27||“We’ve Come This Far, But Have A Long Way To Go: The Black Presbyterian Story”
Rev. Dr. Byron Wade
“Together Around the Lake: Remembering the 3+ Million”
All are welcome to gather at Lake Susan to remember the 3+ million around the globe who have died from Covid-19. We will hold up lights in song and prayer as we remember those lost in the Pandemic.
Location: Lake Susan