Conferences and Events
Being a valuable resource for today’s Church and community is part of the Northeastern Seminary mission. That’s why we host conferences and symposiums designed to meet the needs of the faith community—to respond to the challenges we face in ministry. Each event is constructed to stimulate thinking, prompt reflection, and incite transformation as we share in God’s mission. These enrichment events feature nationally renowned speakers and cover a broad spectrum of timely, substantive topics in the fields of ministry, theology, scripture, and spiritual formation.
- September 29, 2018 | 20th Anniversary Celebration at Roberts Wesleyan College's Homecoming Festival
- October 4-6, 2018 | The Call and Response Conference: The Past, Present, and Future of Black Christians in America
- November 2-3, 2018 | Intimacy with God—A Spiritual Retreat with Joycelyn Lewis
- December 8, 2018 | Alumni Christmas Gala & Reception
- March 13, 2019 | B.T. Roberts Symposium on the Church, Justice and the Community
- May 17, 2019 | Commencement
- June 18, 2019 | The Courage to be Human in an Age of Celebrity with Mandy Smith
Online Town Meeting | Northeastern Seminary
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5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Town meetings are scheduled biannually in the fall and spring of each academic year. These meetings provide an opportunity for important collegial dialogue concerning the Northeastern student experience. Joining each discussion and providing key Seminary updates is Doug Cullum, vice president and dean, Lisa Bennett, associate vice president for communication and enrollment, and Mike Broberg, dean of students.
To add an item to the agenda at the next Town Meeting contact Kym Woodard, assistant to the vice president and dean, by email at Woodard_Kym@roberts.edu.
2018 McCown Symposium
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9:00 AM - 2:20 PM
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Methodicostal Witness: The Mission of the Spirit
Revisit the Pentecost narrative and Pauline letters from a Wesleyan and Pentecostal perspective to reconsider how the charismatic work of the Spirit might yet catalyze a fresh Christian witness for the present time. Conceive of a Methodicostal witness.
This one-day event features keynote speaker Amos Yong, director of the Center for Missiological Research and professor of theology and mission at Fuller Theological Seminary, and an interactive lunch and panel session with Methodist and Pentecostal Leaders.
Northeastern Seminary Students/Alumni$20
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Location: Shewan Recital Hall, Howard Stowe Roberts Cultural Life Center (BLDG 1)
Event Link/Event Registration: https://www.nes.edu/calendar/2018-mccown-symposium/