Speakers Enhance Commitment to Christian Faith
Submitted on August 31, 2018
Built on a Baptist foundation, Georgetown College pursues and cultivates a knowledge of and commitment to the Christian faith. Committed to faith in God, the College encourages all to discern their mission and vocation in order to lead active and productive lives as exemplified in the teachings of Jesus Christ.
In keeping with this role in our community, the Office of Faith and Service is pleased to announce its lineup of Chapel speakers for the fall semester, the theme of which is “Lift Every Voice: Racism and Redemption.” Services are held in John L. Hill Chapel, beginning at 11 a.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 4
Speaker: Rev. Alan Redditt ‘00
Pastor, Georgetown Baptist Church
Tuesday, Sept. 18
Speaker: Rev. Tami Coleman
Director, Connectional Ministries, Kentucky Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
Tuesday, Oct. 2
Speaker: Rev. Greg Gallaher
Pastor, First United Methodist Church, Georgetown
Tuesday, Oct. 30
Speaker: Father Norm Fischer
Campus Minister, Lexington Catholic High School; Pastor, St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, Lexington
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Bruce Williams
Pastor, Bates Memorial Baptist Church, Louisville
Tuesday, Dec. 4
Speaker: Dr. David Cassady
President, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky
While not required, attendance by students, faculty, and staff is encouraged.
All services are open to the general public as well.