Recordings of convocation addresses from Lancaster Theological Seminary
Lancaster Theological Seminary
Keynote address by Elizabeth Conde-Frazier from 2012 Convocation at Lancaster Seminary, September 6, 2012. Digital audio recording (mp3). Duration: 35 minutes.
Keynote address by Yvette Flunder, from opening convocation, October 24, 2013, Lancaster Theological Seminary. Digital audio recording (mp3). Duration: 45 minutes.
Keynote address by Troy Perry from 2008 Convocation at LTS, September 18, 2008. From humble beginnings in Reverend Troy Perry's living room in 1968, the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (UFMCC) has grown to a denomination of…
Convocation address by Michael Kinnamon presented in the Santee Chapel, Lancaster Theological Seminary, Thursday, September 23, 2010. Digital video recording (mp4). Duration: 32 minutes, 36 seconds.
Keynote address from 2009 Convocation at LTS by Charles Foster, September 24, 2009. Despite a set of common standards guiding the purposes, structures and practices of all theological schools in the United States and Canada, the future of many…
2014 Convocation Address by Anabel Proffitt, September 4, 2014. Digital audio recording (mp3). Duration: 36 minutes.
Video of Fall Convocation address on September, 11, 2015. In the opening academic lecture at Fall 2015 Convocation, Dr. David M. Mellott, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Lancaster Seminary, says that we must rethink everything we know…
Transcript of Dr. Lee Barrett's convocation address from the 192nd Fall Convocation, 9 September 2016. PDF file. 8 pages.
Spring 2015 Convocation Address by Dr. Anne T. Thayer delivered in Santee Chapel on 29 January 2015. Dr. Thayer introduces Thomas Swalwell, a monk living in northern England on the eve of the Reformation. The notes he left in the margins of his many…
2016 Spring Convocation address by Dr. Greg Carey delivered in Santee Chapel on 29 January 2016. Many imagine Paul as frustrated and cranky, the kind of man who would yell, "Get off my lawn!" He never uses the Greek language of happiness, favoring…