Posted on Wednesday, November 1, 2023
Westminster College will host alumni Tim ’85 and Kristin Mezmar Kaiser ‘86 as part of the Come to the WALLace worship series at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, in the Wallace Memorial Chapel on the College’s campus.
Natives of Pittsburgh, the Kaisers lived with their sons in Los Angeles before returning to the East Coast. “Life in the Fast Lane...Faith in the Fast Lane” will focus on the challenges of leading a life of faith while residing in Los Angeles. The Rev. James Mohr, college chaplain, will conduct an interview followed by a question-and-answer session.
Kristin Kaiser currently serves on the Westminster College Board of Trustees and recently completed her tenure as director of planned giving at Orchard Hill Church in Wexford, Pa. She volunteers for numerous community organizations and sits on the governing board at Orchard Hill. She previously mentored and coordinated Teach for America, the California Reading and Literature Project and Project SEED with The National Science Foundation and California Institute of Technology.
Tim Kaiser is an acclaimed producer of television, music, documentaries and film. He is a two-time Emmy Award winner and has produced over 600 primetime television shows. Some of his work includes “Seinfeld,” “Will & Grace” and “2 Broke Girls.” He is actively involved at Orchard Hill Church and Westminster College where he received an Honorary Doctor of Letters degree in 2019.
The event is free and open to the public.
Come to the WALLace is open to Westminster campus family and the local community. The nondenominational worship service includes prayer, music, a message from the campus chaplain and guest speakers.
For more information, contact the Office of Faith and Spirituality at email@example.com.