Endorsed by Curators:
The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, will present the 2017 Mollegen Forum lecture on "The Vitality of World Anglicanism." Following the Secretary General's remarks, theRev. Dr. Robert Heaneywill moderate a panel discussion. Participants may submit questions to the panel by emailing email@example.com.
A short reception will follow the event.
The Mollegen Forum was established in honor of Dr. Albert T. Mollegen, who taught New Testament and Ethics at Virginia Theological Seminary from 1936 until 1974. A very powerful and charismatic teacher, Dr. Mollegen was deeply committed to an ongoing conversation between the church and the public square. He was committed to fostering dialogue between theology and the structures of power, and inspired many generations of students to become more deeply engaged with a broad range of social justice issues.
Presented by the Center for Anglican Communion Studies
Transportation and Parking
Directions: For travel directions go directly to the VTS website at www.vts.edu/directions.
Metro: The Metro is the best way to get around the Washington, DC area. The closest Metro stop is the King Street Station which is about three miles away in Old Town Alexandria. A one-way cab ride will cost around $10.00. A DASH bus ride is around $1.60 (free if coming from the Metro).
Parking: You may park in any parking space designated for visitors or in any undesignated space on the VTS campus. No parking pass is required. See this VTS campus map for the location of the Chapel and parking lots.
Handicap parking is available near Addison Academic Center.
For questions related to registration, please contact Lifetime Theological Education at firstname.lastname@example.org. For general questions about the event, contact Molly O'Brien at email@example.com.