Nashotah House Offering Two Friday Fish Fries to Public
In an effort to assist theological students with school expenses, Nashotah House Theological Seminary, 2777 Mission Rd., Nashotah, will be holding special, public-invited fish fries on two consecutive Fridays, March 22 and March 29, from 5 to 8:00 p.m. in the Adams Hall dining room on campus.
The fish fries will be priced at just $10 for adults and $5.00 for children aged 4 to 11, while children under four eat for free when accompanied by an adult. Meals will include fried or baked cod, with rye bread, cole slaw, and German chocolate cake for dessert. Beverages of coffee and fresh brewed iced tea are also included in the price. Perch may be substituted for cod for an additional $2.
Event organizer Ryan Delaney says the fish fries are a great opportunity for the public not only to support our students and enjoy some delicious fish, but also to explore the beautiful 360-acre campus. “Student-guided tours will occur throughout the event and take visitors through the facilities, including the second largest religious library in the state and our magnificent English-inspired chapel,” he said. “There will also be time to take in the scenery and a brilliant sunset on Upper Nashotah Lake,” he added.
Forming religious leaders in the Anglican tradition since 1842, Nashotah House is a seminary of the Episcopal Church. Serving students from traditions as various as Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Lutheran, charismatic and evangelical non-denominational, Nashotah House has seen that the Anglican tradition of spirituality and theology is extremely well-suited to form leaders of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church in all her communities.
For information on Nashotah House Theological Seminary, call 262-646-6500 or 1-800-NASHOTAH or visit www.nashotah.edu.