2019 Albright-Deering Lecture with Junius B. Dotson
Junius B. Dotson
General Secretary, Discipleship Ministries, The United Methodist Church
On March 21, 2019, Rev. Dotson will present on the theme of "Engaging Your Community" as the 2019 Albright-Deering Lecture at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. Engagement involves initiating and building relationships. Engagement seeks to ensure that outreach and evangelism efforts become a vital part of an intentional system of discipleship. Join us to learn more about community building with Rev. Dotson. Following the morning lecture, Rev. Dotson will lead the day's chapel service and join with all attending for a free lunch.
If this event interests you, you may also wish to attend a workshop with Rev. Dotson on March 20, 2019. The workshop is being coordinated by the Western PA United Methodist Conference and details are available through their office.
CEUs will be provided upon request for the lecture and workshop. Attendees who wish to receive CEUs should pre-register at the appropriate website.
The Albright-Deering event series is cosponsored with the Western PA United Methodist Conference.
March 21, 2019 at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, Pa.
10:00 a.m. Public Lecture: "Engaging Your Community"
11:30 a.m. Chapel Service
Chapel and the public lecture are free and open to the public.
Registration / CEUs
Registration for the lecture and free lunch: 0.1 CEUs / Free and open to the public.
Directions to the Seminary. Free parking is available on campus behind the chapel and library. Signs from the parking lot will direct guests to the lecture room.
Contact the Office of Continuing Education by calling 412-924-1345 or e-mailing ConEd@pts.edu.
About the Lecture Series
The Albright-Deering Lecture Series in Methodist Studies were established in 1999 through individual contributions and a generous gift from Joseph and Gail Deering of Dayton, Ohio, to celebrate Joseph's career accomplishments and to honor their former pastor, The Rev. Dr. H. Pat Albright. The lectureship is intended to bring outstanding scholars in the Wesleyan tradition to Pittsburgh Theological Seminary's campus.