Stead Center for Ethics and Values

An endowed center, the Jerre L. and Mary Joy Stead Center for Ethics and Values (Stead Center) draws together seminary resources, graduate professional schools, area pastors, and laity to address the compelling ethical issues facing contemporary society; e.g., technological interventions at the beginning and ending of life; war and religion; the plight of children in the cities; the environment; and human experimentation. It seeks to bring a theological perspective to these issues of ecumenical and international scope. Special lecture series and seminars are among the settings which will bring religious communities, seminary scholars, and university colleagues together with the Garrett-Evangelical community.

ACTS faculty and students are invited to attend lectures of interest or to become involved as scholar-participants in any of the topics. For more information, contact the Stead Center for Ethics at 847.866.3915 or brent.waters@garrett.edu.