Video

Beverly A. Zink-Sawyer

Samuel W. Newell, Jr. Professor of Preaching and Worship

Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Phone: 804.278.4307

Location: Richmond

Department: Practical Theology

Education:

Vanderbilt University, Ph.D.

Princeton Theological Seminary, M.Div.

Dickinson College, B.A.

 

 

Zink-Sawyer focuses on the interaction of homiletics and American religious history with particular attention to women’s preaching. An ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), she served churches in Pennsylvania and Tennessee for 15 years and has served on committees at the presbytery and synod levels. She is editor of the Abingdon Women’s Preaching Annual and author of From Preachers to Suffragists: Women’s Rights and Religious Conviction in the Lives of Three Nineteenth-Century American Clergywomen. She was a Lilly Faculty Fellow of the Association of Theological Schools for 2000–2001.
 

Faculty Speaking Engagements and Events

"Bewildered . . .but Not Lost"

10:30 am, Guest Preacher at Anderson Auditorium
Montreat Conference Center, Montreat, NC

Workshop Leader, "Telling Her Story: Women in Christian Tradition," co-leader with Christine Luckritz Marquis

Seminary for a Day, afternoon workshop
Union Presbyterian Seminary, Richmond, VA
More Info