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Saturday, February 28, 2015, 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. - Payne/New Brunswick Center for AME Theological Studies
Payne/New Brunswick Center for AME Theological Studies shares the foundation statement that outlines the Center's mission, vision, and areas of work.
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Thursday, March 5, 2015, 5:00-6:20 pm - Dinner & Discussion Event at NBTS -
The Rev. Lisa Vander Wal, Minister of Word and Sacrament in the RCA, currently serving Lisha's Kill Reformed Church in Colonie, NY, and a past president of the General Synod, will be talking about the work of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) and its Caribbean and North American Area Council (CANAAC). Her topic is "Hospitality: Building Bridges for Comprehensive Flourishing."

Lisa is presently the Moderator of the Steering Committee of CANAAC, and serves on the Executive Committee of the WCRC. Additionally, she is the Chair of the Planning Committee for the 21st General Council of the WCRC, to be held in Erfurt, Germany in June, 2017. Lisa is also a Doctor of Ministry candidate at NBTS in 2016.

The public is invited to this discussion. Dinner will be served for a suggested donation of $10.00 (free for NBTS & MFCA students as well as NBTS faculty and staff). RSVP to James Hart Brumm (jbrumm@nbts.edu), director of the Reformed Church Center, by Monday, March 2nd.

Thursday, March 19, 2015 at noon - Lunchtime discussion
Will consider the story of the seminary from 1784 until 1920. This was its formative period, which saw, among other things, its historical rootedness in the Reformed Dutch Church (later the Reformed Church in America), its establishment in New Brunswick, its early partnership with Queen's (Rutgers) College and then its ambitious expansion on the familiar site along what is now Seminary Place. Lunch is available for a $5.00 suggested donation (free for NBTS students, faculty, and staff). RSVP to James Brumm, director of the Reformed Church Center, jbrumm@nbts.edu, by Monday, March 16th.
Copies of John's book will be available at the session, and he will be pleased to sign them; and if you would like to read the book before you come to the sessions, you are warmly invited to order a copy. To order a book, contact Ramona Larsen at 732-247-5241 Ext. 350 or email rlarsen@nbts.edu.

Thursday, March 26, 2015 at noon - Lunchtime discussion 'Staying Relevant: Continuity and Change at New Brunswick Seminary, 1920-2015.
Will tell the story of the seminary from 1920 to the present, a period in which its ancient relationship with the Reformed Church in America has taken new forms as its mission has broadened to embrace partnerships with other Christian communities. Both sessions will include a period for questions and discussions, and all who come are encouraged to share their own stories and memories of the seminary. RSVP to James Brumm, director of the Reformed Church Center, jbrumm@nbts.edu, by Monday, March 23rd.
Copies of John's book will be available at the session, and he will be pleased to sign them; and if you would like to read the book before you come to the sessions, you are warmly invited to order a copy. To order a book, contact Ramona Larsen at 732-247-5241 Ext. 350 or email rlarsen@nbts.edu.


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

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