Inauguration of MACU President Philip A. Greenwald Set for October

 In All Church of God, Central, CHOG, Colleges & Universities

By Whitney Knight

Mid-America Christian University has planned a weekend of activities celebrating the inauguration of the university’s fifth president, Rev. Philip A. Greenwald, October 8–10.

Beginning at 10:00 AM on Saturday, October 8, MACU will host a Community Fun Day on the university’s campus in south Oklahoma City. This event is free and open to the public, and will feature a variety of activities, such as a picnic, pickleball, stilt-walkers, mini-putt, inflatables, food trucks, and more.

At 7:00 PM on Sunday, October 9, the campus will welcome Grammy-nominated Christian worship group Avalon for a special concert in the university’s Jasco Chapel. The concert is free and family-friendly, but an RSVP is requested at inauguration.macu.edu.

The weekend’s events will culminate at 10:00 AM on Monday, October 10, with the formal investiture ceremony. The investiture ceremony is a sacred academic tradition marked with an academic procession, guest speakers, worship, two special performances by Avalon, and a presentation of the symbols of office. This will be followed by a presidential address by Greenwald, whose tenure began June 1, 2022, following the retirement of Dr. John Fozard.

A light reception will follow at 11:15 AM in MACU’s student center.

To learn more about MACU’s inaugural weekend, and to RSVP for the concert and/or the investiture ceremony, please visit inauguration.macu.edu.

Mid-America Christian University offers more than a hundred degree and certificate program options covering many specific fields. MACU is dedicated to offering a quality, affordable Christian education to traditional high school seniors, college transfers and busy adults who are looking to finish their education, pursue graduate work, or get a college degree for the first time. MACU is an endorsed agency of the Church of God (Anderson, Indiana) and is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Visit www.macu.edu for more information.

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