Rev. Dr. Carol E. Lytch, Lancaster Theological Seminary President, presents "Climate Change in the Church," at the 2018 Spring Alumni/ae Day banquet. This annual event gathers Seminary alumni/ae, members of the graduating class, faculty, staff and members of the Board of Trustees on the great lawn at the Seminary for food and fellowship. At the banquet, the Seminary will confer its highest alumni/ae honors - the Allan S. Meck Award for Distinguished Service in Pastoral Ministry to Rev. Steve Hummel, MDiv 2010, and the Robert V. Moss Award for Distinguished Service in Specialized Ministry to Rev. Clarence "Curly" Stumb, MDiv 1972.
The banquet luncheon is preceded by a worship service in historic Santee Chapel. The preacher this year will be Rev. Dr. Catherine E, Williams, Assistant Professor of Worship and Preaching. Following the banquet and before the class reunion gatherings, Lancaster historian Randolph Harris will present a talk,"Faith Communities and the Underground Railroad in Lancaster County 1780-1883," in Santee Chapel.Location: Lancaster Theological Seminary