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Moravian Denominational Day to be held on Tues. March 28

Rev. Ginny Tobiassen, pastor of Home Moravian Church in Winston-Salem, will speak and lead community worship at Wake Forest University School of Divinity on Tuesday, March 28 at 11 a.m. in Davis Chapel, located in Wingate Hall. Later in the afternoon, Rev. Tobiassen will host an information session to discuss ministry opportunities, networking, and more […]

Read more March 17, 2017

Student sculpture ‘Closeted Humans’ displayed at ACC Student Leadership Symposium

by Erica Saunders and C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications A sculpture created as coursework by third-year Master of Divinity student Courtney Dutton was displayed in Benson University Center on the Wake Forest campus from Feb. 22 – March 1 during the ACC Student Leadership Symposium. The multimedia sculpture, Closeted Humans, uses plaster mannequins to depict […]

Read more March 9, 2017

Board member receives lifetime achievement award

by Hilary Floyd and C. Mark Batten Elms and Harriet Allen recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals – NC Triad Chapter. Elms is a member of the Wake Forest University School of Divinity Board of Visitors and current chair of the School of Divinity’s Wake Will Campaign. With the […]

Read more February 16, 2017

Gregory Drumwright, second-year student, awarded $15,000 grant for future church project that seeks to empower millennials

by Erica Saunders (MDiv ’19) and C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications Second-year Master of Divinity student Gregory Drumwright has received a $15,000 grant to investigate the declining rates of religious affiliation among young adults by asking questions like, how does the church listen to and learn from millennials while offering them the gift of […]

Read more January 18, 2017

WFU 2017 MLK ‘Building the Dream’ award winners named

Read more January 17, 2017

Racial reconciliation leader Kelly Brown Douglas to Give Lecture on January 11

Contact: C. Mark Batten, Office of Communications Who: Author, mother, educator, and Episcopal priest Kelly Brown Douglas is a leader in the fields of racial reconciliation, sexuality and the black church, and womanist theology. She currently serves as Professor of Religion at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. Essence magazine counts her among this country’s most […]

Read more January 4, 2017

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