Nicholson Scholar 2014 Public Event

Gospel and Postcolonial Imagination: The Canadian Church Speaks Back to Empire


Featuring The Rev. Dr. Sarah Travis, Nicholson Scholar 2014
Pastoral Theology Department, Knox College, Toronto School of Theology

Presented by Atlantic School of Theology and Pine Hill Divinity Hall
July 9, 2014
7:00 p.m.
AST St. Columba Chapel, 634 Francklyn Street, Halifax, NS

About the Nicholson Scholar
The Rev. Dr. Sarah Travis is Minister-in-Residence and adjunct faculty member at Knox College, which is the Presbyterian Seminary on the campus of the University of Toronto. She received the Doctor of Theology degree from Knox College and the University of Toronto in 2012. Her doctoral thesis explored the practice of preaching in a postcolonial context. Sarah is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. She is married to Paul Miller, and they have two children, Ben and Ella.

About the Nicholson Lectures
The Nicholson Lectures were established in the early 1980s in memory of Dr. C.M. Nicholson who was Principal of Pine Hill Divinity Hall from 1946 to 1971. The memorial fund was established by the Pine Hill Alumni Association which has committed itself to the establishment of permanent funding for the lectures. The endowment income for the Nicholson Lectures is made available through the Board of Pine Hill Divinity Hall.

The event is free and open to the public. All are welcome.
More information: (902) 423-5592

View promo poster (pdf): Nicholson Poster