October 20, 2003


Celebrate Reformation Day, Oct. 21 with theology school
The Candler School of Theology’s 16th annual Reformation Day celebration, Tuesday, Oct. 21 will feature ST Kimbrough, one of the country’s foremost authorities on Charles Wesley.

Kimbrough, founder of the Charles Wesley Society and author of several books about Wesley, will give a noon lecture "Charles Wesley as Theologian" in Cannon Chapel, then return at 4:30 p.m. for "Sweet Singer" a musical play about Wesley.

Kimbrough’s appearance is just a small portion of Candler’s daylong activities, which celebrate the ongoing conversations between Methodists and Lutherans by highlighting the music and theology of both traditions.

University organist and music Professor Timothy Albrecht will begin the day’s festivities with a 9:30 a.m. recital on "Bach’s Musical Theology." Ronald Warren will follow with an 11 a.m. chapel service. The Kessler Refor-mation Concert at 8:15 p.m. will cap the programming.

All events will be held in Cannon Chapel, and they are free and open to the public. For more information, call 404-727-4430.

CCTMA setting PACE for air quality

The Clifton Corridor Transportation Management Agency (CCTMA), of which Emory is a part, received two 2003 PACE Awards and two honorable mentions from the Georgia Clean Air Campaign. The awards honor initiatives that encourage alternative transit and other means to improve Georgia’s air quality.

The VA Regional Office and the VA Medical Center received PACE Awards for small public sector employer and large public sector employer, respectively. Children’s Healthcare and Emory University (encompassing also Emory Hospital and the Emory Clinic) received honorable mentions. All the above institutions are members of the CCTMA.