February 15, 2023
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Huntingdon President, Faculty Speak for FUMC Lenten Series
Montgomery, Ala.— Huntingdon College Department of Religion faculty, vice president Dr. Anthony Leigh, and President J. Cameron West will speak for the Lenten Luncheon Series at First United Methodist Church-Montgomery beginning February 22. The series meets weekly on Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m. in the church’s Fellowship Hall. Members of the Huntingdon community are welcome to attend. The cost is $8 paid at the door, check, cash, or cards are accepted. No reservations are necessary.
- February 22 Rev. J. Cameron West, President of the College
The church will serve chicken alouettes for this luncheon.
- March 1 Dr. C. Jason Borders, Professor of Religion
The church will serve chicken enchiladas for this luncheon.
- March 8 Rev. Bria Rochelle-Stevens, Vice President for Strategic Academic Initiatives and Director of the Presidential Fellows Program; Instructor of Religion
The church will serve lasagna for this luncheon.
- March 15 Rev. Rhett Butler, Assistant Dean of Students for Campus Ministries and Chaplain of the College
The church will serve chicken fingers for this luncheon.
- March 22 Rev. Lane Davis, Instructor of Religion
The church will serve fried catfish for this luncheon.
- March 29 Dr. Stephen Sours, Chair, Department of Religion; Associate Professor of Religion
The church will serve BBQ pulled pork for this luncheon.
- April 5 Dr. Anthony J. Leigh, Senior Vice President for Student and Institutional Development and Dean of Students
The church will serve shrimp and sausage etouffee for this luncheon.
First United Methodist Church is located at 2416 West Cloverdale Park in Montgomery. For more information, contact Bailee Wilson, assistant director of communications at First UMC, at email@example.com.
Huntingdon College is a coeducational residential liberal arts college of the United Methodist Church offering more than thirty undergraduate programs of study, an Honors Program, Presidential Fellows Program, Kingswood Initiative, choral and instrumental music programs, dance and cheer teams, student organizations including Greek life and Campus Ministries, 21 NCAA-Division III athletic teams, and coed ESports, new for fall 2023. The College also offers the Master of Athletic Training.