News & Events

Stay up-to-date on the latest happenings and upcoming events at the Seminary.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION: "AN EVENING OF MUSIC"


Tuesday, February 20, 2018
6:00 p.m. - Reception
7:00 p.m. - Program

"An Evening of Music: African Americans in Times of War" will feature area choirs: Livingstone College Gospel Choir, the Voices of Eden of the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Soldiers Memorial Youth Signing Choir, Antioch Baptist Church Choir, and the Hood Voices. This event is organized by the Seminary’s community life committee. The event is free and open to the public. African attire and military uniforms are welcome at the event

3rd ANNUAL ALL HOOD ALUMNI & FRIENDS CENTER FOR CHAPLAINCY SYMPOSIUM


Thursday, March 15, 2018 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Friday, March 16, 2018 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Theme: Chaplaincy -The Many Roads of Spiritual Service and Compassionate Caring
Keynote Speaker: Brigadier General J. Steven Chisolm
Director, Office of the Chaplain Assistant to the USAF Chief of Chaplains

Register now!

Registration is free of charge. We are grateful to the Lilly Endowment, Inc., The Association of Theological Schools and The Henry Luce Foundation for making this symposium possible.

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LIFESTYLE MEDICINE PROGRAM FOR YOUR WELLNESS MINISTRY

February- May 2018 Classes and Workshops

Cabarrus Health Alliance (CHA), Public Health Department for Cabarrus County, in collaboration with Hood Theological Seminary (HTS) will be offering free wellness programming for faith communities. Programs will focus on lifestyle related education (i.e. physical activity, nutrition, stress management) and policies to encourage healthier people and places of worship. Emphasis will be placed on self-care as well as effective strategies for health and wellness ministry outreach. All programming is sponsored by the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust.

To register for any of the classes or workshops below, contact Jenn West:
Office: (704)-920-1337, Cell: (704)-787-1988 or jennifer.west@cabarrushealth.org.
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HOOD Lines - February 2018


Catch up on the latest news from HTS in this month's HOOD Lines!

Barrow Appointed Interim Director, Center for Chaplaincy


Rev. Dr. Clay Barrow, Adjunct Professor of Pastoral Theology, has been appointed Interim Director of the Center for Chaplaincy at Hood Theological Seminary. The Center was established last fall after receiving a grant from the Association of Theological Schools, to foster awareness, information exchange, and collaboration about the opportunities and practices in the field of professional chaplaincy.

Dr. Barrow was the first to graduate with the D.Min. specialization in Pastoral Theology and Care (2017). He holds a M.Div. from Candler School of Theology at Emory University, and a B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

HOOD Lines - January 2018

Catch up on the latest news from HTS in this month's HOOD Lines!

Civitan - U.S.A.T. Dorchester Scholarship


Hood Seminary is very happy to announce a new scholarship - the Civitan-U.S.A.T. Dorchester Scholarship Fund - which has been established by Mark and Judy Beymer in memory of Alvin and Marjorie Beymer.

This scholarship will be awarded annually to a second-year student in the Center for Chaplaincy Program who aspires to be a military, hospital, hospice, corporate or other professional chaplain.
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ARTICLE BY DR. TREVOR EPPEHIMER IN LATEST CHURCH EXECUTIVE


Dr. Trevor Eppehimer's article, Justice, Relevance and Authenticity, is in the November/December online issue of Church Executive magazine (page 22). Hood Seminary also has a Lifetime Learning e-book on the Church Executive website with articles about Hood's programs, history, and mission, Eppehimer's article, and articles by alumni Rev. Kris Mares and Rev. Dr. Clay Barrow.

HAVEN O. ANDERSON JOINS PAC


We are pleased to announce that Rev. Dr. Haven O. Anderson has accepted an invitation to join the President's Advisory Council (PAC) of Hood Theological Seminary (HTS).

We welcome this gifted alumnus to the PAC. His pioneering leadership in primary and secondary education, as well as community transformation, will be an asset to the Seminary.

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TWO HTS ALUMNI NAMED NC LIVING LEGENDS



Congratulations to Bishop George E. Battle, Jr. and Rev. Dr. James Ferree who were named "NC Living Legends" at a scholarship gala August 26 to celebrate the significant legacies of NC's 11 Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Dr. Ferree is pictured with President Lattimore.

HTS LAUNCHES PLANNED GIVING WEBSITE


Make a big impact with a future gift! Start at our Planned Giving Website to learn about the different gift options available to you.

Those who make a commitment to include Hood Theological Seminary in their estates become members of the Hood Legacy Society. Such gifts include bequests, gifts of life insurance, gifts of retirement plans or charitable trusts.

Read What's New - three articles full of helpful information. Stay tuned for future news articles!

PHOTOS FROM GRADUATION WEEKEND AVAILABLE NOW


View, order, and enjoy photos from Graduation, as well as Honors Awards and Closing Convocation here

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2017!


2017 Master of Divinity, Master of Theological Studies and
Doctor of Ministry g
raduates and Faculty

HOOD'S HERALD - Spring 2017


Hot off the presses and on its way to our alumni and friends in the mail! Read online.

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