Ever wondered what really turns the crank of our esteemed faculty? Curious about studying at VST and would like to experience an amuse bouche of topics to get an idea of the range of our faculty’s expertise? Or just looking for an informative and entertaining way to spend a dreary November Saturday?

Then Faculty Speaker Day is for you!

On Saturday, November 3rd most of our faculty will be presenting a 15 – 20 minute talk, ranging in topics from ‘Powerpoint Preaching’ with Stephen Farris, ‘Aadvarks and Dung Beetles – at VST?’ with Harold Munn and ‘Hebrew Bible – Fact or Fiction’ with Pat Dutcher-Walls. This will be a great chance to gain perspective on our faculty’s passions and peculiarities, and determine if VST is the place for you.

This is a drop-in event – come for a portion of it, or stay for the whole day. Talks begin in the Chapel of the Epiphany at 10 am and go until 3 pm with a break for lunch at noon. There will be a chance to engage in dialogue through Q & A’s after each lecture, and also to meet with the Registrar’s Office to ask more specific questions about enrollment at VST.

This event is free and open to the general public, and will particularly appeal to those contemplating a field of study.

We look forward to seeing you there!


10:00 am:   Rev. Dr. Stephen Farris “Storytelling”

10:30 am:   Rev. Dr. Pat Dutcher Walls “Hebrew Bible – Fact or Fiction?”

11:00 am:   Rev. Dr. Harold Munn “Aardvarks and Dung Beetles – at VST?”

11:30 am – 1 pm: Lunch

1:00 pm:    Rev. Dr. Stephen Farris “Powerpoint Preaching”

1:30 pm:   Rev. Dr. Steve Black “What do we read when we read the Bible?”


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