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A Letter from President Lowrey to GTS


A Letter from President Lowrey to the GTS Community


The beginning of the Seminary’s Michaelmas term will soon be upon us, with Orientation Week slated to begin on August 29. I would like to summarize a number of important developments at GTS since my last letter to you in mid-July. You should all have received notice of the press releases on the loan with M&T Bank and on the appointment of Bishop Peter Lee as Interim Dean.

GTS and M&T Bank completed signing all the documents finalizing our $5.3 million short term loan on August 9. These funds are now available for the Seminary to draw upon for operating expenses. The agreement stipulates that the loan will be repaid from the proceeds from the sale of the four residential units in Chelsea 2,3,4. Depending on the revenue realized from the units, this sale is also expected to reduce the Seminary’s overall debt by up to $3.9 million. Among other prerequisites, the sale of the units will also enable us to build out the space for our beautiful new library. The Seminary is indebted to GTS trustee Sandra Johnson and to both Maureen Burnley and Frank DiMaiuta for their hard work in securing this loan. While this loan provides temporary stabilization, the real work is still before us: reducing our debt and building our endowment. Minimally, our endowment should be in the range of $50 million, about $30 million above where it stands now. So, in eliminating $33 million of debt and in increasing our endowment by $30 million, we are looking at a total “swing” of over $60 million needed to achieve an acceptable level of financial well-being. Clearly, this is a daunting goal but is one which I believe is achievable. Moreover, restructuring our balance sheet will not be enough in the long run, given the Seminary’s negative cash flow of $5 million each year. We will have to restructure our business model as well.

We cannot, however, confine our concern to improving the financial well-being of GTS without taking a serious look at our institutional health. For this reason I feel we should all be gratified to know Bishop Peter Lee will be serving as our Interim Dean. He brings to GTS administrative and pastoral abilities gained over a lifetime of distinguished service. As I work to help put the Seminary’s financial house in order, I am deeply thankful to know a person of Bishop Lee’s background and experience will be working here each day on campus to nurture and revitalize the academic and spiritual life of the Seminary. Bishop Lee and I have agreed on a number of areas where he will begin to focus his attention. These include addressing the concerns voiced by our residential faculty, finding new ways to ensure our adjunct members share in the full richness of Seminary life, and working to restore the Chapel as an active and relevant center of our life together.

Since Bishop Lee will not join GTS until our Matriculation service on September 30, I have begun to address needed changes in our worship, a hallmark of our life together about which many have voiced concerns. Oversight of the Chapel has always been a shared responsibility and we want to continue this collaborative effort between faculty, students, and staff, including the Rev. Dr. Mitties De Champlain as Professor of Preaching, the Rev. Dr. Stuart Hoke as Chaplain, Dr. David Hurd as Professor of Church Music, and Mr. Jeffrey Roy as Chief Sacristan. However, to better utilize these talents and to gain the invaluable expertise of a liturgical scholar with significant parish experience, I have appointed the Rev. Dr. Patrick Malloy, Associate Professor of Liturgics, to serve as Director of the Chapel with full responsibility for chapel life and worship. Recent discussions have affirmed our commitment to the daily recitation of Morning and Evening Prayer in accordance with longstanding tradition and our constitution. However we need to revisit our worship schedule and to introduce more contemporary elements of worship current in the life of the wider church. Accordingly, beginning with the upcoming term, the Eucharist will follow immediately upon Morning Prayer each day except for Tuesday. With the aim of restoring the centrality of the Tuesday night service as the “community Eucharist” we are planning to add an evening meal to follow. The schedule of morning classes has been revised to accommodate these changes. We are also taking a serious look at ways to be more intentional in our expectations about Chapel attendance for all members of the community.

In addition to our new Interim Dean and Dr. Malloy’s new role, I would like to update you on other recent personnel changes. The Rev. Dr. Robert J. Owens, Professor of Old Testament, has accepted my invitation to serve as Academic Advisor to the Dean. With Bishop Lee assuming responsibility for the academic life of the Seminary and Dr. Owens assisting, Dr. Ted Gerbracht will be departing his role as Senior Vice President of Academic Administration with the Seminary’s deep appreciation for his service. Ted has agreed to stay on board pro bono as Director of Special Programs.  This position will be focused on incubating both the Center for Christian Spirituality and the Tutu Peace and Reconciliation Center.  Both Centers have much promise, but have yet to realize the full potential of their visions.  Ted has graciously accepted to use his talents for at least 90 days to not only help progress these visions, but also to focus on making them financially viable going forward.  With Ted Gerbracht in a special projects role we will appoint the Rev. Jeanne Person as the new fulltime Director of the Center for Christian Spirituality including the Spiritual Guidance of Children program. Jeanne has done an admirable job in developing new initiatives at the Center for Christian Spirituality and in promoting them with great success.

In other personnel changes, the Rev. Dr. David Lowry who has been the Director of the Center for Peace and Reconciliation will be leaving us to become the new Director of the George Mercer School of Theology in the Diocese of Long Island. Dr. Lowry has been of great assistance in charting a future for the Center and we are grateful to him for his good work and we wish him well on his new assignment.

Lastly, at their August 5 meeting the members of the Executive Committee received the resignation of the Rev. Canon Denis M. O’Pray, effective with the October, 2010 Board meeting. This will mark the fifth anniversary of Canon O’Pray’s very distinguished tenure as Chair of our Board during which the Desmond Tutu Center and numerous preservation projects were completed. We are also grateful to him for his work in making a smooth change of leadership at GTS. I will provide timely updates as the trustees’ Executive Committee begins the work of nominating a new Chair according to the policy and procedures of GTS.

A number of other important changes have taken place over the summer. Most of our faculty offices have been moved to new accommodations on the fourth floor of the West Building where they have both a large conference room and a kitchen. As a result, the former faculty offices in Seabury Hall have been returned to student housing and the Faculty Common Room has become the Student Common Room. The space is modest but we have gone too long without a place for students to gather. In other improvements a study room for students has been created in Pintard Hall, the Seminary’s reception area has gotten a much needed face-lift, and a common kitchen has been installed in Edson Hall.  The Rookery (accessible from has become an online hub for GTS community news and information and now incorporates Faces, TWAG, and a host of other resources; the GTS website also provides access to a new electronic version of the GTS Catalog 2011 that was launched earlier this summer.

One other change that will be taking place later this fall is with our Chaplain, the Rev. Stuart Hoke.  Stuart’s agreement with GTS was to serve as Chaplain for one year which ends this Thanksgiving.  From all accounts Stuart has done a wonderful job in this capacity and we will miss him when he completes his assignment this fall.  Bishop Lee will start a search for a new Chaplain when he arrives in September (if not before) as the role of Chaplain is a very important position at GTS.

I very much realize we are living into a new reality on the Close with Enclave residents moving in, the Tutu Center operating at 70% capacity, and the increasing use for weddings and other events. I will be forming a new working group to deal with issues of security and appropriate usage so that the safety and beauty of the Close is preserved.

I look forward to seeing those of you who will be present for Orientation Week and everyone else shortly thereafter. Bishop Lee joins us on September 30 for Matriculation. If you have questions or concerns, my door is always open. Simply contact Chris McFadden to schedule an appointment or you may contact me by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. I hope this update finds each of you well, refreshed and renewed by the summer months.

God’s peace,

The Rev. Lang Lowrey
Interim President

GTS Trustees Strengthen Management Team

General Theological Seminary Trustees Strengthen Management Team

Professionals from Law, Finance and Business Join GTS Leadership

December 20, 2010

New York City – Meeting on December 20, Trustees of The General Theological Seminary (GTS) elected three new board members, Sanders Davies, Kenneth M. Kramer, Esq., and James K. Murray, Jr.  In accordance with recommendations from the Trustees’ Executive Committee which met earlier in the month, trustees also approved important leadership roles for the new trustees. Sanders Davies will serve as Chair of the Trustee’s Audit Committee. Kenneth M. Kramer will serve pro bono as the Board’s Chancellor (chief legal counsel), and James “Jack” Murray will serve as the Board’s Treasurer succeeding retiring Treasurer Stephen Burrill. In additional actions, Trustees approved the appointment of trustee Sandra Johnson as Interim Chief Financial Officer, at the same time accepting her resignation from the Board so that she might assume this staff position.

“I believe that these elections and appointments of eminently qualified and deeply committed leaders of our Church to these vital positions on our Board of Trustees is a crucial step forward on our long yet promising journey toward achieving the goals envisioned in our Plan to Choose Life,” said Board Chair the Rt. Rev. Mark S. Sisk, Bishop of New York, referring to the school’s comprehensive plan to reduce debt, build its endowment, and balance the budget.

Sanders Davies, chair of the audit committee, is a certified public accountant and senior partner of O'Connor Davies Munns & Dobbins, LLP, an accounting firm of over 250 professionals with offices throughout the New York tri-state area. Mr. Davies serves in a firm-wide managerial role while serving his clients in the areas of audit, tax and consulting related engagements.  His client experience includes an extensive list of both commercial and not-for-profit engagements. A graduate of Rutgers University, Mr. Davies is a member of numerous professional societies and has served as a board member of several commercial and charitable organizations including the Salvation Army Advisory Board where he was Co-Chair of its Finance Committee. He is an avid sailor and with his wife, Ann, resides in Norwalk, Connecticut.

Sandra Johnson, Interim Chief Financial Officer, is a retired senior banker and senior credit officer.  Ms. Johnson started her banking career with Citibank in 1975 and has handled large corporate accounts, syndications and workouts, served on credit committees and financed mergers/acquisitions and LBO’s.  In addition to her professional responsibilities, she has served as Junior and Senior Warden of Christ Church Riverdale and Treasurer of the Diocese of New York from 1989 to 2002.  In the latter capacity she was a founding Board member and Treasurer of Episcopal Charities, a Trustee of The Diocesan Investment Trust and a Trustee of the Diocese of New York.  She currently serves as a Trustee for the Diocesan Investment Trust of the Diocese of Newark, is an EFM mentor at Christ Church in Short Hills and has facilitated Careers in Transition at the parish for 13 years.  Ms. Johnson and her husband, Bill, reside in Short Hills, NJ.

Kenneth M. Kramer, Seminary Chancellor, is a retired senior partner in the international law firm of Shearman & Sterling LLP. His private practice focused on commercial litigation with specialization in financial service industry disputes, securities class actions, antitrust actions, and corporate governance and contract cases. Mr. Kramer headed his firm’s litigation group and served as a member of the firm’s Practice Management Committee. On his retirement from Shearman & Sterling he joined JAMS, a leading alternative dispute resolution organization, where he serves as an arbitrator and mediator. Mr. Kramer is a 1965 graduate of Colgate University and a 1972 cum laude graduate of Albany Law School. He is active in community affairs and currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Episcopal Social Services and Music for Life International. Mr. Kramer and his wife, Susan, reside in Brooklyn Heights.

James (“Jack”) K. Murray, Jr., Treasurer, currently serves as Chairman of Murray Corporation, a private merchant company.  In 1970 Mr. Murray was one of the founders of a company that is today HealthPlan Services. In 1978, the company was acquired by The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation and in 1989 Mr. Murray assumed the position of President of Dun & Bradstreet Credit Services.  In addition, he held the position of Corporate Senior Vice President of D&B.  In 1993 Mr. Murray retired from Dun & Bradstreet and, with other financial partners, acquired HealthPlan Services from Dun & Bradstreet in 1994. In May 1995, HealthPlan Services became a public company and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Mr. Murray serves as a trustee of numerous institutions in Tampa, Florida including Sykes Enterprises, Inc. (SYKE, a public company listed on NASDAQ).  In addition, he has served as senior warden for St. John’s Episcopal Church, as a trustee of numerous schools in Tampa and currently serves as a trustee of the University of Tampa.  He and his wife, Sandy, live in Tampa, Florida.

“While the Seminary’s mission is to prepare leaders for the church and the world, we have been reminded by our financial circumstances that we must become much better at attending to our own internal business practices,” said GTS President Lang Lowrey following the meeting. “Jack, Sandy, Sandra and Ken are at the top of their professions and will bring to the Seminary a wealth of experience not only to assist in our financial turnaround but to rebuild our business practices and systems as well.  I continue to be grateful for the willingness of so many who love General to respond actively by getting involved to make the Plan to Choose Life a reality."

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The General Theological Seminary
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Spring Term 2011 at GTS

Spring Term Courses Offer Unique Learning Opportunities at General Seminary

January 21, 2010

New York City – Beginning in February the General Theological Seminary will offer a new roster of courses in which participants can explore their faith and expand their theological understanding while enjoying the beauty of the Seminary’s landmarked campus in the heart of the Big Apple. All courses may be taken for graduate-level credit, and accommodations are available on campus in the Desmond Tutu Center. To register and for further information (including full course descriptions) visit or contact Director of Admissions, William Webster at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 212-243-5150 ext. 280.

World Religions Prayer Practicum

In our increasingly pluralistic society, Christian spirituality is being strengthened by the encounter with other faith traditions. Participants in this course will gain a basic familiarity of the world religions and an ability to guide others in authentic Christian spiritual practices informed by interfaith understanding. Adjunct Prof. C. McPherson. Six Saturdays: February 12 & 26, March 12 & 26, April 2 & 16, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon.


A theological, experiential and practical exploration of Christian discernment from New Testament times to the present, with special emphasis on its social and political implications. Human embodiment and desire are also studied as special influences on the process of discernment.   Prof. Elisabeth Koenig. Thursdays 6:30-8:30 p.m. 

What is Islam?

This course is an introduction to the common religious, cultural and political base of what is popularly called Islam, concentrating on fundamental origins of the faith found in the Quran and in the career of the Prophet Muhammad, considering as well the beliefs and observances shared by most Muslims and some of the differences among them.  Adjunct Prof. Frank Peters, Wednesdays 1:30-3:20 p.m.

Faith, Film, and Popular Culture

Participants will discover the homiletical, scriptural, theological insights that movies can offer those who preach and teach the faith in the North American context. Screenings are followed by insightful analysis and interpretation.  Prof. Mitties DeChamplain, Mondays 1:30-4:20 p.m.

Children’s Spirituality in Literature and Film

The voices of children in literature and film are drawing keen interest from scholars around the world utilizing new models of literary, filmic, cultural, multi-cultural, psychoanalytic, theological, and feminist criticism. Students will examine books and films for children and those capturing experience of childhood for adults while learning to apply recognized critical standards, in addition to insights from their own perspectives.  Prof. Elisabeth Koenig, March 7-11 from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 pm.

In God we Trust: Theology and the Marketplace

An engaging exploration of the marketplace where religion and economics meet, using theology to connect a vision of the world as an expression of God's grace with economic measures that account for future generations and the sustainability of the whole environment. Adjunct Prof. Susan Lee. Mondays 7:00-9:00 p.m.

The General Theological Seminary, located in the heart of New York City, educates and forms leaders for the church in a changing world. Founded in 1817 as the first theological seminary of the Episcopal Church, General offers certificate and degree programs including the Master of Divinity, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Theology. The Seminary is also home to the Desmond Tutu Center, a full-service conference center with sixty modern guest rooms.

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Advancement and Communications Offices Merge

General Seminary Merges Advancement and Communications Offices

President to Head New Office Joined by Associate VP and Three Staffers


December 3, 2010

New York City –In the interest of making its administration more effective, The General Theological Seminary (GTS) will merge the Communications Office with the school’s Department of Institutional Advancement, Seminary President Lang Lowrey recently announced. The new department will be called the Office of External Relations, a title the Seminary used in the 1980s for an office encompassing similar responsibilities. The new Office of External Relations will have responsibility for development, communications, alumni/ae affairs, and marketing Seminary programs. It will also oversee the Chelsea Square Conservancy, a group of Seminary friends and donors formed around preserving the Seminary’s historic grounds as well as the GTS Media Workshop, which makes recordings of GTS programs, including sermons from the Chapel, available on the Internet.

“Because fundraising is so critical to the mission of our school and will require my involvement,” said President Lowrey in making the announcement, “I will myself be providing primary oversight of this new department.”  Charles Knapp, Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Alumni/ae Relations, Lowrey explained, has agreed to assist with the transition in leadership until the end of 2010. “Charles will be departing GTS on January 1 with our deep appreciation for the work he has done here,” said Lowrey. “In the face of troubling news about the finances of GTS last year, Charles and his team none-the-less raised an impressive amount for the Seminary’s Annual Fund—a figure that has set a recent high water mark in General’s history. I am very grateful to Charles for agreeing to remain with us to provide a smooth transition.”

The day-to-day operations of the new Office of External Relations will be headed up by Bruce Parker, former Executive Director of Communications who, with the merger, has been promoted to Associate Vice President for External Relations and Alumni/ae Affairs.  A 1984 graduate of GTS, Parker has served the Seminary for the past 17 years and is the Seminary’s most senior staff member. “While his primary area of expertise will serve the communications and marketing side of the new office,” said Lowrey, “Bruce will also draw upon his many years of working in close collaboration with development. He has been intimately involved in planning and creating support materials for many of our fundraising efforts including the last capital campaign.”  Before joining the GTS staff in 1993, Parker served as a communications consultant to Washington National Cathedral, to Trinity Church Wall Street, and to the national offices of the Episcopal Church, and in this capacity provided support to many fundraising efforts.

In addition to Parker, the new External Relations team will consist of Senior Advancement Officer Donna Ashley, a 2006 graduate of the Seminary, and Director of Development Don Temples. “Donna has done excellent work for GTS and Don has also served us with distinction,” said Lowrey. “I am looking forward to directing the efforts of this promising new department at GTS.”

Also as part of the restructuring, Lowrey announced that Chad Rancourt, who has served for the last seven years as Media Coordinator in the Communications Office, will advance to the position of Director of Communications in the new Office of External Relations. A communications veteran with significant experience on Wall Street and in the advertising industry, Rancourt has been responsible for establishing a consistent graphics branding for the Seminary and for taking a key role in marketing Seminary programs.

Although the new office will also continue to provide a number of specialized production services, some internal support services previously provided by the Communication Office may need to be curtailed or appropriated to other GTS units. Similarly, the new office will maximize its efforts by accelerating the move to electronic communications and away from those venues that require paper. The move to electronic communications is both a cost consideration as well as a statement about stewardship of the environment. “I have met several times with the new External Relations staff and am excited by the synergy that I feel will be generated by this very talented group of people,” said President Lowrey in concluding the announcement. “Two members of the team are alums of GTS and all four have made significant contributions to the Seminary over the years.”

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Community Update

GTS Community Update -- November 30, 2010


As you know, this month has been a very busy time on the Close with the 2010 Alumni/ae Gathering, the Paddock Lectures, the Annual Lecture of the Anglican Society, and meetings of the Friends of the Library and the Associate Alumni/ae Executive Committee all having taken place recently. We both want to thank the entire GTS community for the wonderful hospitality that was shown to all our visitors. In this Update you will also find news about the implementation of the Plan to Choose Life and some important developments concerning our staff and faculty.

Alumni/ae Gathering and Paddock Lectures

The Matthews Room of the Tutu Center was filled to its capacity for the three Paddock Lectures, each of which featured the fine scholarship of the Rev. Dr. Bruce Chilton ‘74. If you were unable to attend, please check upcoming issues of TWAG concerning the availability of recordings. Another noted scholar and GTS graduate, the Rev. Dr. John Kater ’66 was this year’s recipient of the Distinguished Alumni/ae Award which was presented at a wonderful banquet in the refectory on November 11.

Contract Signed with Brodsky Organization
As you receive this Update a press release is also being finalized to announce that GTS and the Brodsky Organization have signed a contract leading to the sale of the GTS properties specified in the Plan to Choose Life. Although additional third party approvals are needed before the agreement is finalized, the signing of the contract clears the way for us to start implementing a number of components of the plan. Residents of Pintard Hall and of Dehon Hall will begin to be relocated and the Seminary will begin to end the practice of renting housing units to outside tenants living in 422. Please visit the Blogs section of the Rookery for the most up-to-date information about implementation. On the evening of December 7 the Seminary will be inviting residents from the surrounding neighborhood, as well as local media representatives, to learn about the Plan to Choose Life by joining us in Seabury Auditorium for a meeting with President Lowrey.

Relocation of Faculty Residences on the Close
As part of the further implementation of the Plan to Choose Life, the relocation of faculty residents of Chelsea 2,3,4 will also soon begin. Prof. David Hurd’s household will be moving into the Moore Building apartment previously occupied by the household of Prof. Drew Kadel. The soon-to-be vacated apartment of our retiring Chaplain, the Rev. Dr. Stuart Hoke, also in Moore, will become the new residence of the Kadel household. The Seminary is deeply appreciative of the patience and generosity shown by all students and faculty members who are being relocated as part of the implementation plan.

News from Prof. John Koenig and Prof. Elisabeth Koenig

Long time professors at GTS John and Elisabeth Koenig have informed us that they are investigating early retirement. Serving as Glorvina Rossell Hoffman Professor of the Literature and Interpretation of the New Testament, Prof. John Koenig joined the GTS faculty in 1978. As an effective and engaging teacher, he has enkindled a love of the New Testament in hundreds of GTS graduates. He is also a noted scholar and author having written many articles and several books relating biblical studies to the ministry of the church. Joining the faculty in 1986, Dr. Elisabeth K.J. Koenig, Professor of Ascetical Theology, is currently at work on a book about discernment and she teaches an extremely popular GTS course on the same subject. A sensitive and accomplished teacher, her foundations course in spirituality has served to introduce generations of GTS students to the inseparable connection between spiritual practice and social commitment. With special expertise in areas of patristic spirituality, fourteenth century English mystics, and the relationship between ascetical theology and psychology and art, she is frequently published in journals such as Theology Today. Our Easter term will feature a wonderful event at which we can all celebrate the impressive contributions John and Elisabeth have made to the life of General Seminary and express our thanks.

Chaplain’s Position

We were pleased so many were able to join the community on the afternoon of November 19 at a lovely reception to celebrate the ministry of our departing Chaplain, the Rev. Dr. Stuart Hoke. Stuart’s last day with us was November 22. His time here at GTS has been a blessing to all of us. The search committee under Bishop Lee’s direction has narrowed the field to several candidates who have been invited to the campus for interviews and a tour. A new Chaplain is expected to join the community in January.

Administration News

We both want to express our appreciation to Maureen Burnley for the energy and effectiveness with which she has assumed responsibility for the logistical implementation of the Plan to Choose Life, particularly the relocation of residences and offices. We are also indebted to the staff of the Business Office and Sandra Johnson, our new Interim CFO, for undertaking all the extra duties that have had a critical role in assuring a successful outcome to the agreement with the Brodsky Organization. Lastly, a special word of thanks is also due to the staff of the External Relations Office who worked so hard to insure a successful Alumni/ae Gathering. A prior Update informed you of the merger of the former institutional advancement and communications offices to create the Office of External Relations. This announcement will soon be made public in a press release that will be sent later in the week of November 29.  Also, a complete organizational chart of the Seminary’s administration will soon be added to the Rookery for your reference.

After chapel each morning, it has been great seeing so many students, faculty, and staff starting their day with our new “continental breakfast” in the lobby of West Building. We encourage you to join the community as often as you can for a hot beverage, pastry, and good conversation. After all, as we all know, the coffee hour is an inseparable part of the Episcopal experience.

As we return from our Thanksgiving holiday and as we mark the beginning of Advent, let us all give thanks for the innumerable ways God has blessed us, for the people we love, for the love we receive from others, and for the privilege of sharing a life of study, worship, and community here in Chelsea Square.

God’s peace,


The Rev. Lang Lowrey       The Rt. Rev. Peter James Lee
Interim President                  Interim Dean


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