Events


NBTS EVENTS CALENDAR
March 2015
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~John Coakley lecture~
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Thursday, March 26, 2015 at noon - Lunchtime discussion 'Staying Relevant: Continuity and Change at New Brunswick Seminary, 1920-2015.
Dr. John Coakley will give the second of two Lunchtime Lectures on the history of NBTS: "Staying Relevant: Continuity and Change at New Brunswick Seminary, 1920-2015." Lunch is free for NBTS students, faculty, and staff; suggested donation for everybody else is $5.00. John will be signing books, which will be available for purchase. RSVP to jbrumm@nbts.edu by Monday, 23 March.


Thursday, April 9, 5-6:20 in New Brunswick --Dinner & Discussion with the Rev. En Young Kim
Dinner & Discussion with the Rev. En Young Kim, RCA Coordinator for Pacific and Asian Ministries. Dinner is free for NBTS students, faculty, and staff; $10.00 suggested donation for everybody else. RSVP to jbrumm@nbts.edu by Monday, 6 April.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 4:00-6:00pm 'The Contemporary Fatherhood Movements and Ministry to Korean/Korean American Fathers'
Professor Myounghun Yun Presents "The Contemporary Fatherhood Movements and Ministry to Korean/Korean American Fathers" in Hageman Hall, Part of the Mark Kraai Lecture Series.
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Thursday, April 30, 5:00-6:20- Dinner & Discussion Event at NBTS
The Rev. Lisa Vander Wal, RCA pastor and moderator for the Caribbean and North American Area Council of the World Communion of Reformed Churches, will talk about their work: Hospitality: Building Bridges for Comprehensive Flourishing." Dinner is free for NBTS students, faculty, and staff; $10.00 suggested donation for everybody else. RSVP to jbrumm@nbts.edu by Monday, 27 April.

Thursday, May 4, 2015, 5:00pm-7:00 - Coffee Hour with Dr. Donald Sunderland
"Developing Care Team Ministries in Local Congregations"
Please RSVP to events@nbts.edu by 5/1/2015. Limited space available

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Wednesday, May 6, 2015, 5:30-7:00pm Book Signing
Book Signing with Rev. Dr. Ken Walden Author of "Challenges Faced by Iraq War Reservists and Their Families" in Hageman Hall.
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Thursday-Friday, May 7-8, 2015 - 'Seeing Our Urban Communities Through Kingdom Eyes'
The Friends of Dr. Warren L. Dennis Presents a Symposium and Retirement Celebration present "Seeing Our Urban Communities Through Kingdom Eyes"
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