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Tuesday, October 13 | History of the Appenzellers

2–4 p.m. Registration/Check-in, United Methodist Archives
3–4 p.m. Welcome Reception, United Methodist Archives
4–6 p.m. Plenary Lecture, Founders Room, Mead Hall

  • “Henry and Ella Appenzeller: Mission, Christianity, Exchange” with Dr. Morris Davis, Associate Professor, History of Christianity and Wesleyan Methodist Studies, Drew Theological School

  • “Anamnesis” with the Rev. Myoung Kyoung Lee, President of KANSCU (Korea Association of Nondenominational Schools of Christian Universities)

6–7 p.m. Anniversary Dinner Honoring the Classes of 1965 and 1990, Celebrating their 50th and 25th Reunions, Wendel Room, Mead Hall
Those not celebrating a class anniversary are encouraged to support local restaurants.
7:30–9:30 p.m. Oh Henry! A Musical About Henry Appenzeller by Laurie Zelman and Mark Miller, Craig Chapel, Seminary Hall

Wednesday, October 14 | Implications/Legacy of the Missionary Movement

8 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Registration/Check-in/Breakfast, Seminary Hall

8 a.m. Bible Study, Craig Chapel, Seminary Hall 

  • “The ‘Seven Last Words of the Cross’ or Calvary’s Three Forgotten Stories?” with the Rev. Dr. Leonard Sweet, E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism, Drew Theological School

9:15–10:45 a.m. Workshop Session I

  • Deep Water in Serving People . . . Don’t Forget . . . We Will Remember
    The Space, Ehinger Center
    The Rev. Myoung Kyoung Lee
    , President of KANSCU

  • Christian Mission and African LGBTQ Lives: Discussion of God Loves Uganda Documentary
    Founders Room, Mead Hall
    Dr. Kenneth Ngwa, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible, Drew Theological School
    The Rev. Dr. Traci West, James W. Pearsall Professor of Christian Ethics and African American Studies, Drew Theological School

  • The Challenge of Educating Missionaries’ Children as a Test Case for Assessing the Risks and Realities of Cultural Imperialism in Christian Mission: The History of the Anglo-European Missionary Movement meets the Future of the Korean Missionary Movement
    Room 104, Mead Hall
    Dr. Chris Boesel
    , Associate Professor of Christian Theology, Drew Theological School

  • Unexpected Waves of Witness in Asia
    Wendel Room, Mead Hall
    The Rev. Dr. David Goatley, Executive Officer of Lott Carey

11 a.m.–noon Plenary Lecture

Noon Community Lunch, Seminary Hall
Featuring a gathering of PREP (Partnership for Religion and Education in Prisons) faculty, students and alums

1:30–2:30 p.m. Plenary Lecture

2:45 –3:45 p.m. Panel Conversation: Gender and Global Christianities, Craig Chapel, Seminary Hall 

 

4–5:30 p.m. Workshop Session II

  • Deep Water in Serving People . . . Don’t Forget . . . We Will Remember
    The Space, Ehinger Center
    The Rev. Myoung Kyoung Lee
    , President of KANSCU

  • Christian Mission and African LGBTQ Lives: Discussion of God Loves Uganda Documentary
    Founders Room, Mead Hall
    Dr. Kenneth Ngwa
    , Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible, Drew Theological School
    The Rev. Dr. Traci West, James W. Pearsall Professor of Christian Ethics and African American Studies, Drew Theological School

  • The Challenge of Educating Missionaries’ Children as a Test Case for Assessing the Risks and Realities of Cultural Imperialism in Christian Mission: The History of the Anglo-European Missionary Movement meets the Future of the Korean Missionary Movement
    Room 104, Mead Hall
    Dr. Chris Boesel
    , Associate Professor of Christian Theology, Drew Theological School

  • Unexpected Waves of Witness in Asia
    Wendel Room, Mead Hall
    The Rev. Dr. David Goatley
    , Executive Officer of Lott Carey

6 p.m. Dinner, Crawford Hall, Ehinger Center
Featuring the presentation of the 2015 Distinguished Service Award winner

7:30 p.m. Closing Worship: “The Emmaus Emmy,” Craig Chapel, Seminary Hall 

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