For the Circle of Friends on Tuesday, April 11, at 10:30 a.m., Sandra Stein, Ed.D and Louise Weston, PhD will present an illustrated lecture on their pilgrimage to the Holy Land, relating sites in Israel and Palestine to Jesus’ life.
Sandra is an educational psychologist. She taught at the University of South Carolina, Northern Illinois University and Rider University. While at Rider she taught for 17 1/2 years in the undergraduate teacher preparation program and 17 1/2 years in the graduate program teaching research, statistics and measurements.
Sandra enjoyed traveling even early in her career, traveling with Louise Weston to Russia, China, & Denmark in the 1970’s. Since retirement she’s touched a Pacific gray whale mother & baby, seen the polar bears near Hudson Bay, seen the Big Five animals in South Africa, traveled in Europe, North, Central & South America & most recently on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land with the Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville.
Louise Weston is a sociologist, working as a research consultant with a focus on population trends and consumer behavior. In her research and marketing career, she has held positions as Manager of Environmental Research at Kraft/General Foods in White Plains, NY and Research Manager at Response Analysis Corporation in Princeton.
Louise started as an academic, holding faculty positions at Fordham University in NY,Rider University and Slippery Rock State University in PA. She holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Fordham and a B.A. in English from Holy Family College in Philadelphia.
Louise has traveled extensively, including a few trips with Sandy over Christmas break when they were both teaching at Rider – including Russia in December ‘74 and China in December ‘79.
Based on their pilgrimage to the Holy Land, Sandra and Louise will discuss the geography of the area and in historical order present the places that follow the life of Jesus.
All are welcome. Bring your own lunch. Dessert, coffee, and tea will be provided. Please RSVP by April 9 to Beth Perrine or Carline Kimble.