Ugandan Anglican Bishop Festo Kivengere will receive the first International Freedom Prize, sponsored by the Libertas Norway freedom organization, in Oslo. Other recipients will be Justice Lewis Powell of the U.S. Supreme Court and Andre F. Sinyavski, a Russian dissident, as well as those who signed Charter '77 in Czechoslovakia. Bishop Kivengere was chosen by the group for his "fearless stand in speaking out for religious and human freedom in Uganda" which he fled last February.

The new president of Hartford Seminary Foundation will be Dr. John Dillengerger, professor the historical theology at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Calif, Dr. James Gettemy resigned the presidency of the 143-year-old school in Hartford, Conn. to return to parish ministry at the United Church of Christ, Daytona Beach, Fla.

David E. Kucharsky is the new editor of "Christian Herald" magazine, which will celebrate its 100th year in 1978. Formerly senior editor of "Christianty Today," which moved its headquarters from Washington to Wheaton, III., he replaces Dr. Kennth L. Wilson who is retiring after 28 years with the Christian Herald Association.*

The Rev Howard W. Roberts will be installed Sunday 11 a.m. as pastor of Broadview Baptist Church, Temple Hills, succeeding Dr. Horace E. Twine, who is now with the Southern Baptist Convention.

The Rev. Richard M. Koehneke's installation as pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church, Hyattsville, will be Sunday at 7 p.m. His father, the Rev. Dr. Martin Koehneke, vice president of Aid Association of Lutherans, will preach.