The Q Source is published weekly under the auspices of the office of the Dean of Students. Notices of events and concerns of the community are included. All submissions must be signed and include a contact phone number or e-mail address. Free classified ads are also printed for members of the YDS community; these must be kept as short as possible. The Q Source is now available online at http://www.yale.edu/divinity/Stu.QSource.html. All submissions must be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Q Source” in the subject line. All submissions must be in by Friday. No exceptions to deadlines will be made!! The right to edit is reserved. Thank you! –Callista Brown, Editor
Special thanks to Ian Doescher for editing this Q Source during my wedding weekend! - Callista
APPLICATION FOR EXTENDED CONCENTRATED M.A.R. PROGRAM
This program is described on p. 47 of the current catalog.
An application for admission to the extended degree program must include:
1. Your name.
2. Address and e-mail address.
3. Area of concentration.
4. A statement of the reasons you want to extend your MAR for a third year (up to eighteen hours of work).
5. Names of two faculty members who know your work and are in the field in which the degree program is concentrated.
SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION TO GRACE CHAO, ROOM N122, SEABURY 1st floor,
Are you still trying to put a name with that face? Then you probably didn’t pick up your copy of the Faculty/Student Facebook at the time of registration. If you have not already done so, please pick up your copy of the Facebook from the Registrar’s Office.
Community Dinner Monday! The Luke subcommittee of the YDS Student Council is proud to present the first
Community Dinner of the school year! We’ll
gather on Monday, October 4, at in the common room. Italian cuisine will be provided by Brandi’s
YCSJ Panel: Who is My Neighbor: Social Justice Issues in New Haven, Monday, October 4, after the community dinner, beginning at . The Panel includes Rob Smuts, Deputy Chief of Staff, New Haven Mayor’s Office; Michael Morand, Associate Vice President for New Haven and State Affairs, Yale University; Bonita Grubbs, Director, Christian Communities Organizing; and a representative from Elm City Churches Organized.
German Exchange Program: Renate Seitz, Director of the BW-Germany Exchange, will be at YDS on Tuesday, October 5 to meet with students who are interested in studying theology in a German university during the 2005-2006 academic year. Info sessions will be held at and in Room N 114 (across from Admissions Office). Renate will also join the German Table from and is available for individual consultations until .
YDS Pan African Women! Pan African Women’s
Fellowship, Friday, October 22,
email her at email@example.com. RSVP by Wednesday, October 20.
Practical Theology/Ministerial Studies Candidate Lecture: Thursday, October 28, , Niebuhr Hall (N-123). “Ministry to Eunuchs and Other Ecclesial Practices: Toward a Theological Reading,” delivered by Mary McClintock Fulkerson. You are also welcome to attend the coffee hour in the Common Room after Chapel () to speak with Professor Fulkerson.
CPE Day: Thursday, October 28, , Niebuhr Hall. This is your chance to hear from local Clinical Pastoral Education supervisors about what the program entails and how to apply. There will be time for individual conversations with supervisors and plenty of literature to pick up. If you are considering doing CPE at any point in your ministerial career, please plan to attend this meeting.
AA Meetings on Campus: AA, all-inclusive 12-step
Tuesdays and Thursdays, Room S-202,
ISM Upcoming Events:
Liturgy Symposium: Christian Scharen, Mon. October 4, ISM Great Hall, “Not Made, Not Born: How Studying Congregations Helps Chasten Enthusiasm for the Formative Effects of Liturgy on Christians” (refreshments served).
Great Organ Music at Yale: Thomas Murray, October 10, Woolsey Hall, . Works by Cook, Mozart, Bach, Mendelssohn, Franck, and Guilmant
Yale Schola Cantorum, October 15, Woolsey Hall, . Schola Sings Dedication Festivale (with the Yale Concert Band). Presented in conjunction with the Yale School of Music.
Franck: Drawings, Paintings, and Icons, September 20 - October 22, weekdays only .
On display at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music. Frederick Franck is an internationally renowned author, artist, and humanist. This exhibition draws from some fifty years of what he calls “image making,” with a focus on subjects that explore the common bonds of humanness and the hopeful reconciliation of mankind’s divisiveness.
Our Faculty Featured:
Yale/New Haven Area Involvement
University Public Worship: The
October 3: The Reverend Barbara Essex, the Pacific
Oct 3rd Service includes communion.
October 10: The Reverend Otis Moss, Jr., the 2004
to Vote in
“Is Resurrection Faith Credible”
presented by Gerald O. Collins, S.J., Professor of Systematic and Fundamental
Theology at the
Heritage Month Dinner and Panel Discussion, Monday,
October 4, . Speakers:
Community Activists from the Fair Haven neighborhood of
“God, Women and the World: Telling the Story Another Way” presented by Joan Chittister, OSB, a leading voice in
contemporary spirituality. This fourth annual Anne Drummey O’Callaghan lecture
on Woman in the Church will take place on Tuesday,
Oct. 5, , in the A. Quick Center for the Arts,
and Ethics Working Research Group - 2004-2005. This year-long workshop is offered for 1 hour credit as a
reading group at
“Diversity Fellowships Workshop and Luncheon,”
Wednesday, October 6, . Learn how to develop a successful fellowship
HGS 119A, Hall of Graduate Studies,
“The Race for Genomics: From Epidemiology to African Eve,” Wednesday, October 6, . Speaker: Priscilla Wald, Associate Professor of English and Women’s Studies and Center for the Study of Medical Ethics and Humanities,
Asian Pacific American Graduate Student Association Welcome Dinner, Wednesday, October 6, . Join the Asian American Graduate Student
Community for Thai Food. Location: Asian American Cultural
World Fellows Night, Thursday, October 7, . Betts House,
Survivor, Part 2: “So what do you do?...: Navigating the Subspecialties in Your
Discipline,” Monday, October 11, . Join a lively discussion on how to make
sense of your scholarship in the context of your discipline. Location:
HGS 116, Hall of Graduate Studies,
Program in Ethics, Politics and Economics presents the Robert H.
Litowitz Lecture 2004: Human Dignity: Between Kitsch and Deification. Avishai Margalit, Schulman Professor of Philsophy at the
Conference: “A World Less
Silent: Celebrating Jay Katz’s Contributions to Law, Medicine, and Ethics.” Friday, October 15,
Young People’s Ministries,
contact the church office at 203-239-0156.
The Chaplain’s Office is looking for a babysitter on Wednesdays, , during a Bible Study at Battell Chapel. At the moment, Spencer (age 20 months, very fun) is the only child. Pay is $12 for the hour. Please contact Cynthia Terry (432-1131, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Elaine Cooper (432-1128, email@example.com) if interested.
for our son, age 20, brain tumor
survivor. Nathanael loves jazz, would like to go to concerts and movies,
evenings and/or weekends.
Excellent pay, car a plus, location
Wool twin blankets, $15.00 each; 8 place settings of white china. $35.00. Please call 481-5802.
1993 Volvo Station Wagon. Automatic, 170,000 miles, good condition. Price $3000 (negotiable). Call 203-675-3138 if interested. Great family car!
Donations of Large, XL,
XXL-sized pajamas and bathrobes or paper hospital examination robes are needed for actors
volunteering in a non-profit Halloween walkthrough, with all proceeds going to
the American Red
Please e-mail Campbell.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 432-5804 if you wish to donate any pajamas or bathrobes. We also could use lots and lots and lots of heavy outdoor canvas or outdoor tarp. Lastly, we can always use more actors! Go to the website http://www.trailofterror.com or contact me for info.
at the Circulation Desk in the Library, take a right and a left
Staff available 10-3 weekdays
Ready to prepare and deliver your first sermon? Looking for a preaching method to complement your text? Seeking new ways to present your message? The Ministry Resource Center (MRC) has a range of materials you may wish to consider.
The Great Preachers video series provides an opportunity to
experience a range of preaching styles through voice and vision. The video collection in the
Additionally, we have just acquired the Battell Chapel collection of video taped sermons featuring a number of familiar names including Rabbi Laura Geller, Victoria Matthews, Harry Adams, John Vannorsdall, David Bartlett, William Sloan Coffin, Eileen Lindner, Peter Gomes and many more.
Are you seeking new ways to encounter the Gospels? Consider these items:
Clarence Johnson founded Koinonia Farm in
Enjoy musical theatre? This award winning musical retells the Gospels of Matthew and John in a contemporary southern vernacular. With music by Harry Chapin and a text right out of The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John by Clarence Johnson this video is a welcome respite while providing new insight into a familiar story.
Workshop: Resources for Meeting Youth Faith Nurture Needs, Oct. 8, in the Center.
Coming Next Week – If it’s October can Advent be far from us?