Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Gracious Leadership: Forming Christian Community in a Diverse World

Henderson Lectures 2016

On Mon., June 6, 2016, at 4:00 p.m., Eric H. F. Law will present "Gracious Leadership: Forming Christian Community in a Diverse World," for the annual Henderson Lecture on Church and Ministry. Dr. Law is founder and executive director of Kaleidoscope Institute in Los Angeles, Calif. This lecture will be held on the Seminary's campus (616 N. Highland Ave.) and is open to the public.

 The Henderson Lecture is one session of the Being Church conference being held from June 5-11, 2016.


The lecture is free and open to the public but it is helpful for us to have an idea of anticipated attendance. If you wish to receive CE units from your attendance at the lecture, you must register online. For more information, contact the Office of Continuing Education at 412-924-1345 or ConEd@pts.edu.

Speaker Bio

The Rev. Eric H. F. Law is founder and executive director of the Kaleidoscope Institute, which provides resources to equip church leaders to create sustainable churches and communities. For more than 25 years, he has provided transformative and comprehensive training and resources for churches and ministries in all the major church denominations in the United States and Canada. He is the author of nine books including The Wolf Shall Dwell with the Lamb, and his latest, Holy Currency Exchange: 101 Stories, Songs, Actions and Visions of Missional and Sustainable Ministries. Additionally, Eric is a playwright, photographer, and composer of church music.

About the J. Hubert Henderson Conference

The Rev. J. Hubert "Hub" Henderson was a member of the Board of Directors of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary for 27 years, serving as President of the Board for part of that time. A graduate of Muskingum College and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Dr. Henderson came to Green Tree, Pa. to begin his second pastorate in 1944. He remained at the Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church until his retirement 35 years later, in 1979. He taught a deep commitment to the church to a steady flow of seminarians, who came to Wallace each year for their field education, as well as to the congregation that loved him. Congregations, colleagues in ministry, family, and friends have joined together to establish this memorial conference in memory of "Hub."