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 email@example.com 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 Isabelle, Editor
Announcement from the Bookstore! Unsold
textbooks will be returned to publishers beginning the week of October 25th. If you have not yet
purchased what you need, please do so
soon or you may be out of luck! Questions or problems? Contact Lisa at 432-6101
on Campus: AA, all-inclusive 12-step
Theology Lecture: Monday, October 18, , Yale Institute of Sacred Music
Great Hall (N-100). "God's Own in
Christ: Towards a New Theology of Economy," delivered by Kathryn E.
Tanner. A reception will be held following the lecture at at the
Bilingual Evening Prayer: Do you
envision yourself…doing CPE
in a multicultural urban setting? Going on a mission trip to a Latin American country?
Serving in a congregation
or community where Spanish is spoken? Bilingual Evening Prayer is a wonderful opportunity to
learn to pray, hear
and read scripture, and sing in Spanish-- skills which could come
in handy in your future!
The service is offered for Spanish-speakers, Spanish-learners, and those with
no Spanish at all. Brief instruction is offered at the beginning of each service, and all
materials are available
in English and Spanish. Bilingual Evening Prayer will be offered on Thursdays October 29 and November 18 at
Attention YDS Pan African Women! Pan African Women’s Fellowship, Friday,
YDS Initiative on
Religion, Science & Technology presents "On
the Bioethics of "Tuesdays with Morrie": The Call of Conscience, the
Gift of Acknowledgement, and the Rhetoric of Religion and Science" by
Michael Hyde, visiting Professor of Communications Ethics from
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.
YDS Writers Read: Are you a writer? Can't write but really appreciate those who can? Then plan to spend an hour or so in the Student Book Supply on Thursday, October 28th, , when YDS WRITERS READ. Students, Faculty, Staff - you're all invited to come, relax, read from your work... or just kick back and listen. In the Bookstore Rotunda. Questions? call Lisa at 432-6101
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.
Costume Party! Friday, Oct. 29th,
9pm-Midnight, Common Room. Come dressed
as your favorite Saint or Sinner (we'll leave the definition of that up to
you!) Beer, Snacks, Music provided
Hosted by the Lutheran Student Organization contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with any questions.
the Date: Tuesday, November 9th! The Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen (Church of
the Holy Apostles, NYC) is the largest emergency feeding program in
Community Gifts Inventory: Share your gifts! Molly Field is endeavoring to create a directory of our Community Gifts (hobbies, gifts, talents, skills we’re willing to share). If you love pets or kids and would happy to be a sitter, if you had a previous career that could be of service to the community, if you have a knack for fixing things, if you are a gardener, a crafts person, an artist, if you have a talent you would like to share, email your information to Molly Field (firstname.lastname@example.org). Include name, phone/email, connection to YDS, gifts, and fees you would charge.
ISM Upcoming Events:
Frederick Franck: Drawings, Paintings, and Icons, September 20 - October 22, weekdays only -5pm.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.
Yale Camerata: Sunday, Oct 24, St. John's Episcopal Church, Waterbury, 4pm. "Camerata in Concert," works by Handel, Pärt, Greig, Bruckner, Lassus, Hogan, Sametz, Finzi, Hartmann, Rentz, and Olsen.
Our Faculty Featured:
Yale/New Haven Area Involvement
Sunday, October 24: The Reverend Frederick J. Streets, University
Chaplain and Senior Pastor,
Register to Vote in
Coffee and Cookie $1 for Divinity Students: The Blue Dog Cafe at the McDougal Center would like to invite you to come and sample their wares by offering a coffee and cookie for $1 on Mondays and Fridays. The Hall of Graduate Studies is located on
Wing: Yale and Beyond,” a presentation featuring Professor Beatrice Bartlett,
History Department and Judy Schiff, University Archivist, Monday, October 18, LC 317, Linsly-Chittenden Hall, 63 High Street.
Yung Wing was
the first Asian to graduate from Yale and the first Chinese
to obtain a bachelor's degree from a university in the
203-432-2906. Organized by the Asian American Cultural Center.
Location: HGS 211, Hall of Graduate Studies,
Coming Out Day Film Screening and Discussion. Monday, Oct. 18, , with Director of "How Do I
Look" (Sequel to "
and Reconstruction in Oecusse Enclave, East Timor” presented by Jeff and
Laura Meitzner Yoder, current OMSC residents who worked with the Mennonite Central Committee, Indonesia, and Oxfam, East Timor. Tuesday, October 19, , Great Commission Hall, Overseas
Yale/New Haven involvement continued:
Laughing at Ourselves: A Night of Comic
Relief & Lively Discussion, Thursday, Oct. 21, , Shubert Theatre,
The Greater New Haven Interfaith Clergy will be meeting at YDS in Niebuhr Lecture Hall on Tuesday, October 26, from to
Their guest speakers will be Rabbi Ron Kronish, Director of the Interreligious
Coordinating Council of Israel, and Dr. Muhammad Hourani, Coordinator of the
Center for Peace and Reconciliation at the Shalom Hartman Institute.
Rabbi Kronish founded the Council of 70 Jewish, Muslim, and
Christian organizations in 1991 to promote peaceful coexistence in
Editing/Proofreading: Small publisher needs experienced editors/proofreaders who can spot egregious errors quickly. Background in journalism with deadlines would be good. Knowledge of baseball is a plus. Compensation commensurate with experience ($15-25/hr). Flexible hours including days/evenings. Please email John Benson (email@example.com) or call 800-707-9090.
IBMR Project Research Assistant. Purpose: Assist with the creation of a bibliographic database for the International Bulletin of Missionary Research project "Researching Mission: Doctoral Dissertations in English since 1900." Duties: Research various online and print resources to find dissertations that fall within the scope of the project and enter records into a Microsoft Access database. Enhance records by adding abstracts or subject headings as directed. Job Specifics: Part-time position (10 hours/week minimum); hours to be scheduled between weekdays; workstation in Divinity Library. If interested please contact Eric Friede at (203) 432-6372 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
at the Circulation Desk in the Library, take a right and a left
Staff available 10-3 weekdays
Workshop: Oct. 25, , in
Are you leading bible study for men, for women, about women in the Bible, on the lectionary passages, about hope or forgiveness, or anything else? We have leaders guides on all these topics and many more. You can use them like recipes which can be adjusted to your circumstances—just like when you cook. There are enough to help you facilitate groups for years. Both video and print resources are here for your leading groups.
HOW WE SEEK GOD TOGETHER: EXPLORING WORSHIP STYLE, video
ANCIENT FUTURE WORSHIP, video
Want to think about the kind of worship that meets people’s needs, fits your congregation? The above videos, and more, and lots of books will help you think it through.
Need a costume for biblical storytelling? Or for a drama? Come and get them from our suitcases by the front desk and sign them out.
Know more about your denomination? Here are some video possibilities and there are more: Who Are We Presbyterians? Who Are the Lutherans? What it Means To Be An Episcopalian, What Does It Mean To Be United Methodist?
Lots of Martin Luther videos here… and his day is coming.
With Eyes Open: Coping With Death: Grief and Healing; Difficult Decisions: When a Loved One Approaches Death; Caregiving; Beyond Life and Death, DVDs to borrow. There are a lot more on these topics too.
CDs with music to accompany hymns in nursing home chaplaincies, or for your own listening and learning: try this one—Compact Disc Accompaniment Edition, The United Methodist Hymnal.