Summer Potluck Dinner Fellowship
Wednesday, July 27, 5:30 pm
Agenda: Vacation Bible School Report
Copies of Rev. Dalton’s complete resumé and the proposed covenant with him for the interim period are available in the Church Office. They will also be available on Wednesday night. Please plan to attend.
Nathan Walton is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in Theology, Ethics, and Culture in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia. His doctoral research focuses on the Prosperity Gospel Movement in America and he is primarily interested in how the Prosperity Gospel intersects with theological anthropology, Christology, and social reform. Walton holds a B.A. in Religious Studies from U.Va. and a Master of Divinity degree from Duke Divinity School. He also serves as Community Life Pastor at Charlottesville Vineyard Church and is Volunteer Staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Walton is currently a Research Assistant for Tony Lin at the Institute and is helping to write grant proposals that engage Pentecostalism as well as the intersection of race and religion.
There will be no Wednesday Night Program, supper or choir this week, April 6th, due to Spring Break for public schools.
Our Wednesday Night speaker on February 24, March 2, 9, and 16 will be Dr. Scott Spencer. He will be leading a study of The Growth of the Church in the Book of Acts at 6:15 pm in Fellowship Hall.
Scott Spencer is Professor of New Testament and Biblical Interpretation at Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond. He joined the BTSR faculty in 2002, after teaching thirteen years at Wingate University. He has published numerous articles and reviews in academic journals pertaining to his interests in Jesus and the Gospels, the Book of Acts, and the role of women in the New Testament and early church.
He has also enjoyed acting in university, seminary, and community theater productions, including recent roles in God’s Favorite, Cotton Patch Gospel, and Godspell for The BTSR Shoestring Players and Words of Albert Schweitzer and the Music of Bach for the Firehouse Theater in Richmond.