Graduates of Claremont School of Theology often describe their student experience as one of great growth. Now, the school itself is embarking on an exciting era of growth by launching a groundbreaking opportunity for theological education through the University Project. But is this right for Claremont?
Interim Dean Philip Clayton will answer this question during the 2011 Jean L. Wickett Lecture, titled, "What Can Christianity Contribute to Healing the World: Educating (and Being) Church Leaders in an Interreligious Age," during Claremont's 2011 Alumni/ae and Friends Day, April 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
All friends and alumni/ae of Claremont School of Theology are invited to join faculty and students for the annual spring event – a time of inspiration, fellowship, and transformation.
The event also will celebrate Claremont's legacy of serving the world as an agent of change, with a luncheon on the quad. Bishop Mary Ann Swenson, D.Min. 1975 will be recognized as recipient of the 2011 Distinguished Alumna award.
Tickets for the day's events (including the luncheon) are $35 per person.