Reformation Day at Emory 2017

The 30th Reformation Day at Emory was held on Thursday, October 26, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Kessler Reformation Collection and marking the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses. This year’s program explored the question, “Did the Reformation fail?” by inviting bishops from the Lutheran and Methodist Churches and an archbishop from the Catholic Church to share their perspectives and thinking with us.

Schedule for Reformation Day, 2017

9:00-9:45 a.m.

Registration, Reception, and Review of Exhibit Gallery
Lecture Hall, Pitts Theology Library (Room 360)

9:45-10:45 a.m.

Program introduction & presentation of recent acquisitions
Lecture Hall, Pitts Theology Library (Room 360)

11:05-11:50 a.m.

Chapel service, Reverend Katherine Museus, associate pastor, St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Preaching
Sanctuary, Cannon Chapel

Karen Museus - Reformation Day Service of Word from Candler School of Theology on Vimeo.

12:15-1:15 p.m.

Luncheon Musical Program, David B. Daniel, director of chapel music and the Candler Singers. Cost: $10 per person, Registration for lunch required online or by calling 404.727.6352.
Rudolph Courtyard

1:30-4:30 p.m.

“Did the Reformation Fail?” Panel presentations and discussion.
Bishop Julian Gordy, Southeastern Synod, ELCA
Bishop Larry Goodpaster, Candler School of Theology
Archbishop Wilton Gregory, Archdiocese of Atlanta
Lecture Hall, Pitts Theology Library (Room 360)

"Has the Reformation Failed?" Part 1 - Bishop Larry M. Goodpaster and Bishop Julian Gordy panel with Q&A - Reformation Day 2017 from Candler School of Theology on Vimeo.

"Has the Reformation Failed?" Part 2 - Archbishop Wilton Gregory and Bishop's panel - Reformation Day 2017 from Candler School of Theology on Vimeo.

4:30-8:00 p.m.

Break for dinner, Emory Village or Emory Point restaurants recommended

8:00-9:00 p.m.

Kessler Reformation Concert, collaboration between the Emory University Chorus, Eric Nelson, conductor and the Emory University Orchestra, Richard Prior, conductor. With Jonathan Easter, organist
Concert Hall, Donna and Marvin Schwartz Center for Performing Arts