Alumni Profiles and News

Meet your new Hood Theological Seminary National Alumni Association (HTSNAA) 2017-2019 Officers
and read the latest Newsletter!

Three alums were commissioned June 5 during the South Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church Annual Conference in Greenville. Congratulations to the Reverends Ernest Frierson, Cheryl Johnson and Lawrence Cantey, Jr., pictured here with President Vergel Lattimore.

Rev. Dr. Timothy L. Freeman , MDiv ’08, DMin ’14, has been appointed for the 4 th consecutive year to the historic Trinity A.M.E. Zion Church in Washington, DC - a church that is intentional about making an impact in the Columbia Heights area of NW Washington, DC. Through the leadership of Dr. Freeman, Trinity A.M.E. Zion has embraced the theme, “Equipping Minds, Empowering People, and Embracing Worship.”

Congratulations! The 2017 Alumni Awards were presented during the All Hood Alumni Symposium Reunion and Celebration on March 17th to Rev. Dr. Otto Harris, MDiv '07, Rev. Janet Garner-Mullins, MDiv '15, and Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman, MDiv '98. (Spearman was unable to be present.)

Timothy Moore, DMin '09
The Rev. Dr. Timothy Moore is the new Associate Dean and Campus and Continuing Education Coordinator for Pfeiffer University's Charlotte location. Read more here.

Andria Shores Cantrell, MTS '15

Andria is the new director of the Center for Faith and the Arts in Salisbury, NC, and will bring a "fresh vision" to reinvigorate CFA's programs and create new programs to have a greater impact on the community. Andi's theological education at Hood Seminary, combined with her experience in non-profit development, social work, and the arts has prepared her well for this position. Read more about Andi and the Center for Faith and the Arts in this Salisbury Post article.