President Chris White to Deliver Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures at Chowan University

An ordained Baptist minister, Dr. White is recognized as one of the leading Baptist figures in North Carolina.

M. Christopher White, President of Chowan University, will give this year’s Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures on Monday, September 28th, and Wednesday, September 30th, at 11:00 am in Turner Auditorium within Chowan’s historic Columns building.

Established in 1994, the Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures are funded by a generous endowment given by Dr. and Mrs. Hargus Taylor in order to provide strong Christian role models for generations of Chowan students and community members.

An ordained Baptist minister, Dr. White is recognized as one of the leading Baptist figures in North Carolina. From 1972-1975, he served as pastor of the Brookwood Baptist Church in Burlington. From 1986 until the present, he has served as president of a Baptist institution, first Gardner-Webb University,then Chowan University. In addition, he has done significant work with the Council on Christian Higher Education of the State Baptist Convention of North Carolina and the National Association of Southern Baptist Colleges and Schools.

For more information on the Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures, please contact Lou Ann Gilliam, Director of Church and Community Relations at Chowan University, at gillil@chowan.edu or (252) 398-6317.

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Posts from September 2015

September 24, 2015
M. Christopher White, President of Chowan University, will give this year’s Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures on Monday, September 28th, and Wednesday, September 30th, at 11:00 am in Turner Auditorium within Chowan’s historic Columns building.
September 23, 2015
The newest class of Honors College students at Chowan University were formally inducted on Sunday, September 20th during a special ceremony in Vaughan Auditorium.
September 22, 2015
Chowan University’s Associate Professor of History, Dr. Greg S. Taylor, has released his third book highlighting the history of the Tar Heel State,James Larkin Pearson: A Biography of North Carolina’s Longest Serving Poet Laureate.
September 21, 2015
Conjuring images of dusty landscapes spotted with cactus and tumbleweeds, gunslingers squinting into the sun at high noon, and poker game brawls that spill out of the saloon and into the streets, Professor of English Dr.