Join Austin Seminary on a Travel Seminar to Scotland, May 27-June 7, 2014
This travel seminar, led by The Reverend Dr. Michael Waschevski, will introduce us to historic and contemporary expressions of the church in Scotland and their influence on North American Protestantism. We will explore historical and contemporary expressions of faith in Scotland, especially as found in the Iona Community and Celtic Christianity. We will also visit churches, schools, and museums in the cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, and St. Andrews.
Sites visited will include: Isle of Mull, Iona, Perth, Inverness, Edinburgh
Michael Waschevski (DMin’03) has served First Presbyterian Church in Ft. Worth, Texas, as associate pastor of programming and pastoral care since 1999, having previously served churches in Michigan and Texas.
He has also served as adjunct faculty at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, teaching in the area of Christian education, and at Brite Divinity School, and as a teacher, preacher, and workshop leader at numerous conferences and events throughout the denomination.
Active in the life of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Michael recently completed four years of service as a member of the Presbyterian Committee on Congregational Song, which produced Glory to God - the new hymnal for the PC(USA). In addition, Michael is an Associate Member of the Iona Community (Scotland) who loves making journeys to Scotland.
A graduate of Luther College in Decorah, Iowa (BA in Music), Michael also holds a Master of Theological Studies degree from Brite Divinity School and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
Cost: $4050; Land only: $2700
For more information or to register for the trip, contact
The Office of the Dean at Austin Seminary