March 29 April 2, 2004
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From The Registrar
This week is the deadline is this week for indicating to the registrar whether or not you plan to return to school next year. Forms are due THIS THURSDAY, April 1. You may bring hardcopy to the Registrar's Office or email the filled out form back or pick up a form from the Registrar's Office.
The Lutheran and Episcopal students lead sung Vespers every Monday evening at 4:30 in the Henri Nowen prayer chapel in the basement of the library. You are invited to join us. The service lasts about half an hour. To get to the prayer chapel, take the elevator downstairs and follow the signs. It is a lovely way to end the day.
Thursday Night Compline
continue to keep the office of Compline on Thursday nights at 9:00 p.m.
in the Henri Nouwen Prayer Chapel on the ground floor of the library. In the
season of Lent we will follow the Lutheran Book of Worship. The service
lasts approximately twenty minutes, but we often linger in fellowship and talk
of our common life. All are welcome!
Come, magnify the Lord with us!
Friday Matins and None Hour
All are welcome to join the Catholic prayer group on Fridays at 4:00 p.m. in the Henri Nouwen Prayer Chapel on the ground floor of the library. The breviary for our group is "The Liturgy of the Hours According to the Roman Rite, which consists of 4-volumes to cover the entire liturgical year. We meet for about half an hour or so for the Office of Readings (Matins) and the Afternoon Hour (None), and then often head over to Friday Fellowship afterwards. Please join us for hymns, prayers, psalms, other biblical passages, and holy writings from our Christian forbears as we proceed on our Lenten journey together.
Postage Stamps Now in Bookstore
You asked, we answered! The YDS Bookstore now (well actually, once again) carries postage stamps (yay!!!!). Sold in books of 20 U.S. first class stamps for $7.40. (Sorry, but your discount does not apply.) Please continue to let us know how else we can help you!
Class of 2004 Reception
Hosted by the Alumni/ae Board of YDS
Monday, March 29, 2004, 5PM
in the Common Room
Alumnus, Dean David Bartlett will offer thoughts on life after YDS and
suggestions for staying connected RSVP by Wednesday, March 24, 2004
To the Director of Alumni/ae Relations, James Ebert '97
mailto:James.email@example.com>James.firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.432.5358
Please join us. Dress is informal. The food is ample and free!
Come Hear Madeleine Albright
Dean Harold W. Attridge and the Yale Divinity School Board of Advisors
invite you to the First Special Guest Lecture THE MIGHTY AND THE ALMIGHTY:AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY AND GOD given by Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright with introduction by President Richard C. Levin - Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 4:00 pm Seating in Marquand Chapel by ticket only. Overflow seating in Niebuhr Hall, ISM Great Hall and RSV Conference Room
You Are Invited To The 2003 2004 Roland Bainton Lecture
THE REFORMATION AND THE EARLY SOCIAL SCIENCES: MARX, DURKHEIM, WEBER AND FREUD BY H.C. Erik Midelfort, C. Julian Bishko Professor of History and Religious Studies at University of Virginia THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2004 at 7:30 PM in Marquand Chapel. "Several of the seminal thinkers who created the social sciences in Europe had distinctive visions of the Protestant Reformation that affected their views of history and society. By looking at the work of
Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, and Sigmund Freud we can gain some perspective on the origins of the social sciences and on historical assumptions that are still commonplace today."
Reception to Follow in the Common Room [CV'S ARE AVAILABLE IN THE DEAN'S OFFICE]
LADIES WHO LUNCH SIGNS OFF WITH A SUPER STAR!
Please join us next Thursday, April 1, at 12:30 in JED for lunch with the vibrant and distinguished Dr. Emilie Townes. Dr. Townes, an American Baptist, received her A.B., A.M., and D.Min. from the University of Chicago, and her Ph.D. from Northwestern University. Her teaching and research foci include: Christian ethics, Womanist ethics, critical social theory, cultural theory and studies, as well as postmodernism and social postmodernism. Books published include: In a Blaze of Glory: Womanist Spirituality As Social Witness; Embracing the Spirit: Womanist Perspectives on Hope, Salvation, and Transformation; Womanist Theology: Dancing With Twisted Hips: An In Introduction to Christian Theology.; and "Washed in the Grace of God [African Americans and Sexism]," In Violence Against Women and Children: A Christian Theological Sourcebook
Who Wants a PhD?
Interested in applying for
Ph.D. programs next year or in the not too distant future? Want to learn the
tricks of the trade early? Want expert
general advice to plan your approach?
A panel discussion on this topic will be held on Tuesday, April 20 from 4-5 p.m. in Latourette Hall. Save the date! Panelists include:
Jeremy Hultin (Ph.D. Yale)
Lana Schwebel (Ph.D. Penn)
Martha Moore-Keish (Ph.D. Emory)
Michael Peppard (Ph.D. candidate, Yale, YDS grad)
2004 Robert Foster Cherry Award Lectures
Honoring Great Teachers - Harry S. Stout, Jonathan Edwards Professor of American Religious History "Baptized in Blood: A Moral History of the Civil War"
Nicholas P. Wolterstorff, Noah Porter Professor (Emeritus) of Philosophical Theology"Memorial Art and the Lincoln Image"
Tuesday, April 13, 2004
7:30 PM in the Common Room
COOL THINGS TO DO
Announcing the Robert M. Litowitz Lecture 2004
Sponsored by the Program in Ethics, Politics and Economics
Revisioning Christianity: The Discovery of the Secret Gospel of Thomas presented by Elaine Pagels, Harrington Spear Paine Foundation Professor of Religion at Princeton University on Thursday, April 8 at 4:00-5:30 in at Rosenfeld Hall, 109 Grove Street
A reception will follow the lecture.
Upcoming Events at the Institute of Sacred Music
Harpsichord Music of the
Baroque, The Students of Richard Rephann
Apr 4, ISM Great Hall, 4pm
The advanced students of Richard Rephann will present a recital of Baroque harpsichord music. Richard Rephann is a specialist in French music of the Baroque whose annual recitals of seventeenth and eighteenth century music performed on restored instruments of the period are widely acclaimed. Free and open to the public.
Siobhán Garrigan, Assistant Professor of Liturgical Studies, Yale Institute of Sacred Music and Yale Divinity School
April 5, ISM Great Hall, 4:30pm
The Memory of God
What does it mean to remember God, or God's saving acts? What does it mean to claim that God remembers us? Using fieldwork studies of various congregations' worship, Professor Garrigan will examine the theological claim that God has a memory. She will explore the relationship between this idea of God's character and the ways in which Christian worship, in its prayers, songs, symbols, and even space arrangements, is itself a process of remembrancing.
Student Organ Recitals:
Timothy Spelbring, United Church on the Green, 8pm.
Iain Quinn, Woolsey Hall, 8:00pm
Choral Conducting Recital:
Joseph Gregorio, Dwight Chapel, 8pm.
Repertory Chorus Recital, Battell Chapel, 5pm.
Come Hear Robert Franklin
If you missed him when he was here for the Parks-King Lecture and/or if you'd like to hear him on a different subject.... The Communities of Color Initiative presents Moral Capital: The Role of the Church in Philanthropy and the Public Square. An address by Robert M. Franklin, Presidential Distinguished Professor of Social Ethics Candler School of Theology, Emory University on Tuesday, March 30, 2004 5:307:30 p.m. 500 Blake Street Café New Haven, CT 06515 Hors d'oeuvres will be served. The cost of this event is underwritten by donors to The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven. Please call (203) 777-2386, Ext. 267 to RSVP by Monday, March 29, 2004. Because there is limited seating for the event, RSVPs are required and you must bring this invitation with you. For more information, log on to The Foundations website at www.cfgnh.org or call the number listed above.
Worship at Battle Chapel
Thursday/Holy Thursday April 8, 7:30 pm, Battell Chapel
Tenebrae (Shadows) Service
After a liturgy of reflection and repentance, we share communion in small groups, sitting around the table. Ten scriptural stories of Jesus' last hours are read, interspersed with solo meditations for violin, viola, cello, and french horn. The light is gradually extinguished until at the end, we leave in shadows of silence.
Good Friday, April 9, 12:30-1:30 pm, Battell Chapel
This is a traditional liturgy, centered around Christ's crucifixion and death. The Rev. Joseph Britton, Dean of the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, will preach, lifting up his reflections upon this event.
Good Friday, April 9, 2:00 pm, Battell Chapel
Stations of the Cross
Beginning in Battell Chapel, there will be a Stations of the Cross service that weaves a path through parts of Yale and New Haven, while recalling Jesus' way to the Cross. We will make ten stops to share scripture, liturgy, and music, beginning and ending in Battell Chapel.
Easter Morning Sunrise Service, 6:30 am, East Rock Summit
Easter Sunday Service, 11am, Battell Chapel
To celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, we bring back the Alleluia "retired" during Lent, beginning our worship with Thompson's Alleluia and ending with Handel's Hallelujah Chorus. The Rev. David Bartlett, Academic Dean, Yale Divinity School, will preach and communion will be served.
Thursday, April 15, at 7:30
p.m. - Please join us in celebrating National Poetry Month at an
hour long poetry
reading held at ALL Gallery in New Haven. The evening will
feature work by Dianne Bilyak, Brett Foster, Macky McCleary, and Lauren Shapiro. The reading will take place on Thursday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served following the event. The gallery is located at the corner of State and Edwards Street. Parking is available on the street or in a nearby lot. This event is free and open to the public. Please visit the website at www.allgallery.org for more info.
ALL 5 EDWARDS STREET NEW HAVEN CONNECTICUT
Want to sublet your TA's apartment?
First floor furnished apartment in Grad Student ghetto, 6 rooms + bathroom (could be used as two bedroom apartment), air
coin opp. laundromat in basement. June 1 - August 15, $1000 + utilities.
Call Edwin or Kimberly van Driel, 203-776-5212.
Wanted Dog Sitter
responsible, reliable, dog-loving person or couple to house & dog sit
during 2004-2005 school year. Experience not necessary -- caring deeply
about dogs is. We live less than a mile from the Divinity School, in
Hamden, in a large, comfortable house with two dogs: an 8 year old Brittany and
a 2 year old Cavalier King Charles spaniel. We hope to travel for about 3
weeks this coming fall, and for 6 weeks from mid-January to end Feb, 2005 --
followed by a couple of weeks home -- then another week or so in March.
We have a small fenced-in dog run behind the house, but in
addition to letting dogs in and out, we'd like someone to walk them several
times a day -- at least one longish one if the weather's good. We prefer
to hire students because they have more time to spend at home with the dogs,
who aren't used to being left alone for long stretches of time.
If you are interested, please call Barbara or Rob at
203-773-0799. (If no
response within a short time, you can try me at our country house in New
Learning Experience with Pay!
Apply to be a Resource Assistant at the Ministry Resource Center. While working with resources and the real questions of students and leaders of all kinds of congregations you will learn about the varieties of leaders, congregations and what is produced to resource them. It will upgrade your resume to know all of this. Ask for an application for Academic year 2004-2005 employment by coming to the Ministry Resource Center by contacting Carolyn Hardin Engelhardt, Director at 203-432-5319
Church Profile and Job Description
In the center of East Barnard village there is a small church, that has served the surrounding area for over 150 years. It is historically a non-denominational church community. In the beginning, different groups, Methodist, Baptists, Universalists, would use the church on a specified week each month, sharing in the upkeep of the building. Today, we come together to worship during the months of June, July, August and again at Christmas Eve. We are looking for a minister, who may be active, retired or a seminary student, who would be responsible for worship services each week. As our children are an important part of our community, we would expect each service to include a childrens sermon. Other duties would include some sort of adult education or regular fellowship. In the past this has been in the form of a book discussion or theme-based potluck suppers. Two or three meetings over the course of the summer would be sufficient. Visiting of church members who are sick, elderly or in need of support would be expected as well. The community could foresee the candidate having time for study or research, or possibly having a part-time job in the area.
Compensation for the three months is $2,500. Help with obtaining housing would be available, and we would hope that the minister or intern would want to live in or close to our community.
For more information or to submit a resume contact:
4207 Broad Brook Rd.
South Royalton, VT 05068
Want an air conditioner?
Unit for sale. Only a year and a half old only $200 or best offer. email: email@example.com. Pick up across the street from the div school