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rev. dr. victor aloyo
Stewardship has many layers. The Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo, the 11th president of Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia, began a recent talk by acknowledging some visible ones.
“You may not know it,” the Rev. Dr. Lee Hinson-Hasty of the Presbyterian Foundation told “Leading Theologically” viewers during his Friday interview with the Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo, the 11th president of Columbia Theological Seminary, “but you’re just received a mini seminar on what it means to be a seminary president.”
Registration is open for the first Matthew 25 Summit, which will be held Jan. 16-18, 2024, in Atlanta.
Columbia Theological Seminary has received a $1.24 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to establish “Wonder of Worship,” an initiative to prepare Christian leaders in the seminary’s degree programs and support partnering congregations in engaging children in worship and thereby nurture their faith.
Columbia Theological Seminary announces the activities around the inauguration of its 11th president, the Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo, the first minority president in the institution’s 194-year history.
When the Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo was elected to be the 11th president of Columbia Theological Seminary, history was made. Aloyo, who has been at the helm for nearly three months now, is the first person of color to lead the seminary.
The Rev. Dr. Kathryn Threadgill, associate director for Theology, Formation & Evangelism, has accepted a call from Columbia Theological Seminary to become its vice president and dean of Student Formation and Campus Culture.
Once again, the sudden firing of a Black administrator at Columbia Theological Seminary has the campus mired in controversy over how it treats its students of color and the faculty members who serve them.
Columbia Theological Seminary’s presidential search committee and board of trustees are pleased to announce Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo will become Columbia’s 11th president effective August 1.