Wesley Theological Seminary is honored to partner with the Association for Hispanic Theological Education (AETH) to present: The Justo and Catherine González Resource Center Lecture Series “The Public Witness of the Hispanic/Latino/a Church in the United States,” October 19-20, 2018
Noted theologians from across the country will gather to explore the unique gift of the Hispanic/Latino/a church in America. In addition to keynote speakers, workshops and a closing liturgy, the Justo and Catherine González Resource Center Lecture Series will once again gather leaders (clergy, church leaders, lay ministers, students and others) committed to the goal of AETH of promoting excellent and pertinent theological education of Hispanic/Latino(a) leaders in their service to the church and the world. (www.aeth.org)
When: October 19-20, 2018
Where: Wesley Theological Seminary, 4500 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20016.
Registration Fee (includes meals):
- Fee for general public (non AETH members) $125
- AETH active members $100
- Washington Theological Consortium students $100
- WTS faculty $35
- WTS Students (only WTS Students) $35
- Only Friday $75
- Only Saturday $50
Accommodation: Conference attendees can access special room rates at Courtyard by Marriott Hotel (5520 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD 20815). The room rates, which include internet access (but not 13% state and local taxes or $15 per night parking) are: Standard King or Double Queen $129.00/night.
No block of rooms has been reserved for this event, so please make your reservations as soon as possible.
To assist you with your reservation, please call Greg Battle directly at the Courtyard Marriott, 301-656-1500 ext. 7000. Indicate you are a Wesley guest to book room(s) at our contracted rates for the AETH event.
Please note that all reservations require cancellations to be at least 48 hours in advance.
Reservations by phone: 301-656-1500 ext. 7000. Indicate you are a Wesley guest to book room(s) at our contracted rates.
Reservations online: Go to www.marriott.com/wasvy and use Wesley Theological Seminary's Online Booking Code “0CU” (Zero, Charlie, Unicorn) to obtain Wesley's special negotiated rate on The Courtyard by Marriott,Chevy Chase.
As Wesley Theological Seminary traveler, you have the ability to book a discounted rate at our preferred hotel The Courtyard by Marriott Chevy Chase on the hotel website. The step by step instructions are below. This rate is based on availability so please be sure to book as early as possible for the best chance at securing the discount:
* Go to www.marriott.com/wasvy
* Type your arrival and departure dates in the appropriate boxes.
* Click on the “Special Rates and Awards” drop down button.
* Select “Corporate/promotional code”
* Type in the special booking code “0CU” (Zero, Charlie, Unicorn) and click “FIND”.
If the Wesley Theological Seminary rate is available for the time period you requested, it will show up on the screen and can be booked. If it is not available for that time period, the hotel’s best available rates will show up and you may choose to book that rate. A Marriott Reservation System confirmation email will be sent to the email provided by you and any cancellations or changes may be made on the website using the confirmation number provided.
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Kimpton Glover Park Hotel : 2505 Wisconsin Ave. Nw
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Registration for the AETH event is required - space is limited. Click here to register.
This event is open to the public.
For more information, contact Marta Luna: 407-482-7598 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Distinguished speakers and presenters to date will include:
Blanchard Professor of Old Testament, Wheaton College
Coordinator of Relations with Entities of Theological Education, AETH
Program Manager for International and Intercultural Learning, Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
Assistant Vicar, Church of the Epiphany, Los Angeles
Preeminent scholar and promoter of Latino theological education
Professor of Hispanic Studies and Pastoral Leadership, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California