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Staying Connected

Date: May 21, 2021

Some of the most important work we do in Communications at VTS is community-building. We love connecting with our students, faculty, and staff — and their friends and family all over the world, along with their sending parishes — and of course, prospective students, as well as our alumni. We do this through a variety of e-newsletters that we send out weekly and monthly, and through our social media channels, especially Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.

We share about student life — “class, chapel, lunch” — along with special events, activities, and guest speakers. We post pictures of our beautiful campus “on Holy Hill,” and all the renovations and preparations taking place as we get ready to celebrate our Bicentennial in 2023. We announce all kinds of continuing education opportunities — classes and webinars — that we’re pleased to make available to the public. And we celebrate new book releases and lecture series from our professors.

In fact, that’s one of our newer initiatives that we’re most excited about: Live-streaming fabulous book talks, lectures, and Q&A sessions with our amazingly talented faculty, making their expertise much more widely available to the Church and the community at large. These include:

Holy Imagination: A Literary and Theological Introduction to the Whole Bible with the Rev. Judy Fentress-Williams, Ph.D., Riley K. Temple ’14, and Linda Lanam ’09
The 2021 Costan Lecture Series: Christ As Holy Sacrifice with the Rev. Kate Sonderegger, Ph.D.
Race and Revelation in the Study of Religious Mixture with the Rev. Ross Kane, Ph.D., the Rev. Altagracia Perez-Bullard, Ph.D., the Rev. James Farwell, Ph.D.

If you haven’t already, please follow us on our social sites, by clicking the links in this post. Take a few minutes to see what we’ve been up to — and say hello. We love staying connected with you!

Christin Lazo
Communications Assistant

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