Winter storm does not cancel special events
Louisville Seminary | Dec 05, 2002
An early winter storm moved through Kentucky on Wednesday, Dec. 4, and dropped 6-8 inches of snow in the Louisville area, suspending classes and closing Seminary offices on Thursday, Dec. 5.
By late this afternoon, Louisville Seminary was announced closed for the Friday. However, members of the Seminary administration and the facilities staff have made it possible to hold the annual service of Lessons and Carols as planned. The event, held at 10 a.m. in Caldwell Chapel, will be followed by a special 150th anniversary event: a reception and autograph party for Rick Nutt, author of the new Seminary history, Many Lamps, One Light: Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary - A 150th Anniversary History, published by Eerdmans. Special guests including former president Dr. C. Ellis Nelson and the daughters of Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Greenhoe are expected to attend.
Nutt will also sign his book on Saturday, Dec. 7, beginning at 2 p.m. at the Shelbyville Road Hawley Cooke Booksellers.
Lessons and Carols, the reception and the booksignig are free and open to the public.