Christian Service Awards

Each year at Baccalaureate Service the Marshall Center for Christian Ministry is privileged to recognize selected members of the campus family for their dedication to Christ and exemplary service in His name. They are people who live out the humility of servanthood, and the courage and authenticity of their Christian faith. Recipients of the Christian Service Awards include a Staff member, a Faculty member, and a Graduating Senior. Nominations are received from throughout the entire campus family.

One goal of the Marshall Center for Christian Ministry at Georgetown College is to sharpen the focus and deepen the commitment of students, faculty, and staff toward a global Christian perspective. Our hope is that the Christian Service Awards will affirm exemplary Christian life and witness on our campus, and will elevate the relevance of such a life and witness in the larger academic context.     

The Christian Service Awards are named for some outstanding Georgetonians, and the Awards are funded by their families. Named Awards are:

  • George Walker Redding - Faculty Award
  • Kenneth Claiborne Fendley - Staff Award
  • Norman and Martha Yocum Lytle - Graduating Senior Award