ESR is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2018 Mullen Ministry of Writing Fellowship, Andy Henry. Andy is a current ESR student and resides in Mt. Gilead, OH. He has a B.S. in Bible/Theology from Barclay College and is in the process of earning his M.Div. at ESR.
Join us on Saturday, March 3, 2018 for the ESR Spirituality Gathering, Buddhist and Quaker Spiritualities, featuring keynote speaker Sallie King.
ESR offers its congratulations to seven of its students who were recently awarded $2,500 Innovation Grants for their entrepreneurial ministry project proposals to launch this summer.
• Windy Cooler, who will test the need for and interest in a Quaker Family Life Ministry among unprogrammed Friends;
• Tom Decker, who plans to explore the potential role cooperatives might serve in peacemaking;
We are deeply saddened to share that Keith Esch passed away on December 27, 2017. Keith was an intergral and beloved part of the ESR community. He was a 1966 graduate, and retired in 1993 after 24 years of service to ESR. Keith was an active member of West Richmond Friends Meeting and Indiana Yearly Meeting and served on the Earlham College Board of Trustees.
Earlham School of Religion continues its leadership role in investing in the future of ministry by expanding its programming to provide students with the financial and planning skills necessary to succeed in the development and launch of new ministries.
ESR and Bethay students, faculty and staff celebrated the first week of fall semester classes with an opening convocation on Thursday, August 24th. Janet Ober Lambert, Director of Brethren Academy for MInisterial Leadership, provided the sermon, "Living Together." All gathered in the Quigg worship room to reflect on the start of a new school year together.
You can view the convocation video HERE.
ESR will celebrate 2017 Baccalaureate and Commencement May 5-6th.
ESR is pleased to announce the recipient of the Nancy Kortepeter Mullen Scholarship for the 2017-18 school year, Julie Hliboki.
Julie is an ESR Access student from Atlanta, Georgia working toward her M.A. degree. She has an interfaith background, is currently a member of Atlanta Friends Meeting, and is a commissioned and endorsed Quaker Interfaith Chaplain.
We are saddened to share the news of the passing of John Punshon, former ESR faculty member. John was a beloved member of our community.