ALEXANDRIA, VA – Virginia Theological Seminary (VTS) is proud to announce the publication of VTS Journal 2019-2020: A Collection of Sermons and Lectures from Virginia Theological Seminary (VTS Press, 2021).
Edited by Dorothy Pearson and Curtis Prather, VTS Journal 2019-2020 is a record of some of the conversations that were had on the Holy Hill during our 197th academic year, as told by professors and visitors through lectures, sermons, and presentations. Included in our sophomore edition is an extraordinary collection of sermons from the Very Rev. Ian S. Markham, Ph.D., Lewis O. Ayres, D.Phil., the Rev. Allison St. Louis, Ph.D. ’00, the Very Rev. Martha J. Horne ’83, the Rev. Caroline Parkinson ’84, the Rev. Ruthanna B. Hooke, Ph.D., the Rev. Joseph Constant ’03, Catherine Meeks, Ph.D., the Rt. Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows, the Very Rev. Cynthia Briggs Kittredge, Th.D., the Rev. Christopher Davis, D. Min., the Rt. Rev. Jennifer Brooke-Davidson, and the Rev. A. Katherine Grieb, Ph.D. ’83.
The VTS Journal 2019-2020 is the latest publication from VTS Press, which was launched in 2009 as an extension of the mission and ministry of Virginia Theological Seminary.
Founded in 1823 as a beacon of hope in a country new and finding its way, Virginia Theological Seminary has led the way in forming leaders of the Episcopal Church, including: the Most Rev. John E. Hines (VTS 1933, D.D. 1946), former presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church; the Rt. Rev. John T. Walker (VTS 1954, D.D. 1978), the first African-American bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington; and theologian, author and lay preacher Ms. Verna J. Dozier (VTS D.D. 1978). Serving the worldwide Anglican Communion, Virginia Theological Seminary educates approximately 25% of those being ordained who received residential theological education. Visit us online at www.vts.edu.