Baccalaureate- For all Graduates and their Guests
7:30 PM Baccalaureate For Graduates and Guests of All Colleges
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church
625 Montgomery Ave, Bryn Mawr PA 19010
6:45 PM Graduates and Faculty that are processing should arrive to robe and line up. Please arrive no later than 7:10pm.
We hope you will join us for our annual worship service celebrating and honoring our graduating students. Graduates, family, friends, loved ones, and all guests are invited to join us for this special service.
Graduates should wear your graduation regalia.
Directions from St. Davids Campus: Take a right out of the main entrance onto Eagle Rd. At the first light, turn right onto King of Prussia Rd. Next light, turn left onto Matsonford Rd. At the fourth light, turn right onto Montgomery Ave. Proceed for about 15 minutes and the church is on your left after the Baldwin School.
Parking is available in three lots on BMPC’s campus:
- Sanctuary Parking Lot which can be accessed from Montgomery Avenue or on Radnor Street.
- Radnor Street Lot, which can be accessed off of Radnor Street.
- Fishers’ Road Lot, which can be accessed off of Fishers’ Road.
Graduates and guests who have mobility challenges can utilize the half-circle driveway in front of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church for drop-off and pick-up. It may not be utilized for parking as it is an active fire lane.
Additional parking will be available at The Baldwin School and can be accessed on Radnor Street. The parking lot next to Building 2 is available for our use.
To use SEPTA, take the Paoli Thorndale line from either the St. Davids or Radnor station to the Bryn Mawr station. Exit the station onto Morris Ave. towards Montgomery Ave. Cross Montgomery Ave at the light and turn right on Montgomery Ave. Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church will be on your left in 0.2 miles.
Baccalaureate Speaker: Dr. Walt Huddell
Dr. Walter Huddell chairs the department of Mathematics and has been at Eastern since 2000. His research interests include functional analysis, ill-posed problems, and the philosophy of mathematics, specifically the ontology of number. His articles appear in The Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, The Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, and Christian Scholars Review, as well as in the book Computational Approaches in Advancing Modern Science and Engineering.
When not thinking about the existence of mathematical objects, Dr. Huddell may be found running or lost on his bicycle. He also serves as a Bible school teacher at his church. Finally, he is blissfully married to his wife of more than twenty years, Alicyn and is the proud father of twin daughters Amy and Amber.