TRAVEL SCHEDULES: Dean, Chancellor, and Faculty in Your Neighborhood
Our chancellor/CEO Fr. Chad Hatfield frequently travels for preaching and teaching, touring with our Men's Choir, engaging in inter-Orthodox and ecumenical dialogue, and leading missionary teams.
From March 6–10, Fr. Chad ministered in Kodiak, AK at St. Herman Theological Seminary, accompanied by Yale iconography doctoral student and alum (SVOTS '09) Dn. Evan Freeman.
Our dean Fr. John Behr travels in the U.S. and overseas, presenting retreats and book studies, meeting with other seminary administrators and students, and serving on non–profit boards. A renowned patristic scholar, Fr. John lectures in academic and popular venues.
In March of 2014, Fr. John offered a Lenten Retreat at Ss. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church.
Our faculty members frequently travel to offer presentations at symposia, lecture at other seminaries, participate in inter-Orthodox and ecumenical dialogue, and provide continuing education for clergy and laity.
From March 11–16, Dr. Nicholas Reeves, assistant professor of Liturgical Music, and Dr. Peter Bouteneff, assistant professor of Systematic Theology met with the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Manager, The Ministry of Culture, The Arvo Pärt Centre, Tõnu Kaljuste, and Arvo and Nora Pärt, in Tallinn and Laulasmaa, Estonia. Noted Dr. Bouteneff, "We visited in order to strengthen our ties with Arvo and Nora Pärt, and the Arvo Pärt Centre—which gave us a full report of their archive activities and plans."