October 31 –
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From the Registrar's Office:
The YDS Student Directory is now available.
Please stop by the Registrar's Office for
Thomas Troeger Lecture: On behalf of Barbara A.
Shailor, Deputy Provost for the Arts and The Search Committee for the Director
Professor of Preaching and Communications, Director of the
Doctor of Ministry,
Student Day: The YDS Admissions Office, together with
Yale Committee for Social Justice Happenings:
Committee for Social Justice (YCSJ) will host a two-part lecture and discussion
series with Rev. Dr. Don Wagner on the
issue of the Israel-Palestine conflict November 4 and 5th. Dr. Wagner's
first presentation on Thursday Nov. 4
will take place at in
Lindsley-Chittendon Hall Room 101 (
On Friday Nov. 5, YCSJ will host a lunch time discussion with Dr. Wagner from 12-1 in Latourette Hall. Dr. Wagner will give a brief presentation on Christian Zionism and its effects on the issue of Israel-Palestine before opening for general questions and discussion. Pizza will be provided. All are welcome to both presentations. Please e-mail Joel Hanisek (email@example.com) with questions.
YDS hosts CROPWALK on Saturday
November 6th at . This
event raises awareness concerning hunger issues in
From your Reference Librarians: Are you writing a paper that ranges beyond what is covered in religion databases? Keep in mind that Yale subscribes to databases relevant to economics, art, gender studies, etc., etc.... See the Subject Guides found at: http://www.library.yale.edu/guides/ to find out which databases may be most relevant for your purposes. Your friendly reference librarians are always available to help. Stop by the Reference Office or send us an email message at: firstname.lastname@example.org
YDS Initiative in Religion, Science and Technology presents a seminar on
"Religion, Health and Wholeness: Personal, Scientific, and Theological
Perspectives". Monday, November 8th,
Prof. Wesley Avram and Dr. Peter Van Ness, Assistant
Director of the Biostatics Core of Yale Geriatrics will both be presenting.
Please note that this event will be held in the Interdisciplinary Bioethics
Project Seminar Room at
Call for Papers and Projects:
The YDS Initiative in Religion, Science
& Technology (IRST) is inviting submissions
for a Graduate and Faculty Forum, which will be held
chosen and the presenters will be notified by November 29th. A Certificate of Academic Presentation will be awarded to each of the presenters.
Coffee Shop Feedback Requested: A group
of students is trying to start a coffee shop on the YDS quad and is looking for feed back
about the possible use of one of the nooks in the commuter lounge (currently being used for
that the lounge is one of a very limited number of study
areas for students on this campus, we are looking for feed back regarding this possible location. Please send questions or comments or concerns to YDScoffee@hotmail.com. Thanks, Benjamin Hopkins.
ISM Upcoming Events:
Nov. 1, ISM Great Hall,
Mellonee Burnim, Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Ethnomusiucology and Ritual Studies. "Dynamics of Race, Religion and Culture in the Gospel Music Industry."
Yale Schola Cantorum
Nov. 6, Sprague Hall, 8pm.
"Chiaroscuro," with instrumental ensembles directed by Robert Mealy and Robert van Sice. The Yale Schola Cantorum, under the direction of Simon Carrington, will present its first concert of the 2004-2005 season on
Great Organ Music at Yale
Nov. 7, Woolsey Hall, 8pm
Diane Meredith Belcher, Organist, Westminster Choir College, Princeton, N.J. Works by Reger, Mendelssohn, Bach, Hoiby, Messiaen, and Michel.
Yale/New Haven Area Involvement
Tuesday, Nov 2:
7:30 p.m. “Visual Operation World” presented by Mr. Patrick Johnstone, author of Operation World, 21st Century Edition (2001)
and The Church Is Bigger than You Think:
The Unfinished Work of World Evangelization (2000), fall 2004 senior
mission scholar in residence at OMSC. Great Commission Hall, Overseas
Service for Peace: Sunday, November 7, 2004, 7:00-8:00 pm, Battell Chapel. Featuring GodSong, a Hartford-area auditioned choir dedicated to the singing of great sacred choral works in the context of Christian worship. Sponsored by the University Chaplain’s Office. Childcare Provided.
at the Circulation Desk in the Library, take a right and a left
Staff available 10-3 weekdays
Would you like to feel better about getting leaders/participants for groups and ministries in your congregation? Not feel that you are twisting arms and laying on guilt trips? Feel that you are doing it as Jesus might have done it? Affirming people even when their “No” is an appropriate response? Receiving more “yes” than “no” responses?
To change your approach and feelings as in leader selection for the congregation and
to guarantee that you have all the leaders/participants you need,
to a workshop in the
Tuesday, November 2,
NOT SIGNING UP—
FOR LEADERSHIP AND PARTICIPATION IN THE CHURCH
Nov. 8, , Stewardship Nurture as a Part of Faith Nurture Year Round, another workshop for you
Resources you may want:
Thanksgiving and Advent resources for worship, study, drama, missional experiences for all ages
Preaching video tapes
Music for all kinds of worship
Bible study resources for any kind of group, anywhere: we have 100s of kinds for church, community, prison, nursing home, etc.
Think ahead to Martin Luther King Day, Lent, Black History Month, new adult studies for January….What you need is here! Ask us!