2016 Preachers of the Week Announced

Posted on August 20, 2015

Lakeside is part of the Chautauqua Movement, which flourished during the 19th and 20th centuries.

It is considered to be one of the greatest revival move­ments in American history, dedicated to Christian values and cultural excellence, nur­turing mind, body and spirit.

Lakeside’s programming is built upon the four pillars of the Chautauqua Move­ment: religion, education, cultural arts and recreation.

The religion pillar is administered by Lakeside Chautauqua’s Religious Life Department, overseeing a number of programs and ac­tivities, including Sunday Worship Services, Faith for Living Hour, Vespers by the Lake, Children’s Ministries (Children’s Church, God Squad, Middle Grade Mad­ness and Lakeside Under­ground), Interfaith Week and the Wednesday Night Family Picnic.

The Lakeside Religious Advisory Team supports the programming committee of the Lakeside Chautauqua Board of Directors.

This group of laity and clergy advise the Lakeside Chautauqua staff regarding the programs in the religion pillar, including future Preach­ers of the Week.

Lakeside’s Religious Life Department is pleased to an­nounce the chaplains for the 2016 summer season:

May 29, Memorial Day weekend: The Rev. Dr. Joan Brown Campbell, Emer­itus Director of Religious Life, Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N.Y.

June 5: Guest Preacher for the West Ohio Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church

June 12: Guest Preacher for the Youth Annual Con­ference & East Ohio Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church

Week 1, June 19-24: 96th Annual Lutheran Chau­tauqua Week, Bishop Mark Hanson (ELCA), Minneap­olis, Minn.

Week 2, June 26-July 1: Supported by The Rev. Ruth C. Shannon Endowment, The Rev. Dr. Valerie Bridgeman, Director, WOMAN Preach!, Professor, Methodist Theo­logical Seminary in Ohio, Columbus, Ohio

Week 3, July 3-8: Sup­ported by Bob & Becky Bry­mer, The Rev. Dr. James W. Moore, Highland Park Unit­ed Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas

Week 4, July 10-15: Supported by Phil & Sally Lenhart, The Rev. Dr. Ronald C. White, Jr., Senior Fellow, Hunting­ton Library, San Marino, Ca­lif.

Week 5, July 17-22: Sup­ported by the Knobel Family Endowment, The Rev. Dr. Gary V. Simpson, Concord Baptist Church of Christ, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Week 6, July 24-29: The Rev. Dr. Michael Slaughter, Ginghamsburg United Meth­odist Church, Ginghamsburg, Ohio

Week 7, July 31-August 5: Supported by the Gretch­en A. Curtis Endowment, The Rev. Dr. Peter Rollins, Founder, IKON - Faith Group, Greenwich, Conn., & Belfast, Ireland

Week 8, August 7-12: Seeking Peace in a Multi-Faith World, Supported by the Tropf family in memory of Warren and Joan,  The Rev. Dr. Stephen Butler Murray, President, Professor of Systematic Theology & Preaching, Ec­umenical Theological Semi­nary, Detroit, Mich.

Week 9, August 14-19: The Rev. Dr. Christine Pohl, Professor of Church in Society, Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, Ky.

Week 10, August 21: The Rev. Peggy Streiff, Retired, Clergy/District Superinten­dent, The United Methodist Church, Cleveland, Ohio

Week 11, August 28: The Rev. Dr. Valerie Stultz, Retired, Clergy, East Ohio Conference, The United Methodist Church, Delaware, Ohio

September 4, Labor Day weekend: The Rev. Steven Court, Director of Connec­tional Ministries, East Ohio Conference, The United Methodist Church, North Canton, Ohio