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PARKS - KING LECTURE
2004 - 2005
"Being Fruitful: Reclaiming Virginity - Reclaiming Self"
Dr. John W. Kinney
Dean and Professor of Theology and Historical Studies
The Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology
Day Missions Library
All are welcome and encouraged to attend
A luncheon forum titled
"Forging the Dream: Remembering YDS in the Pre-civil rights Era" will
precede the Parks-King Lecture, Tuesday, February 15th. A panel made up of Black YDS alumni from the 1940s
and 1950s will examine the pedagogy of gender and racial inclusion at
YDS. The forum is part of a research project being conducted by the Rev.
Dr. Yolanda Y. Smith, assistant professor of Christian Education at
German Lunch Table: The
German lunch table will resume its weekly gatherings. Everybody interested in
practicing German (at all levels) is welcome! We meet on Mondays to in
the refectory of the
Vischer, February 10th at at
Bible Study: Interested
in a no agenda, non-academic, just people sitting around, talking, kind of
Bible study? Cool. Bring your Bible, head to the Commuter Lounge,
grab a cup of Holy Grounds coffee,
and we'll start from there. Mondays at . If people are interested but can't make that time, a second group might get started, so please email if you fall under this category. Questions? Contact: Rob
Leacock at firstname.lastname@example.org. Brought to you by the Annand Program for Spiritual Formation.
Initiative in Religion, Science and Technology Lecture: On Wednesday,
February 16th, Bill McKibben, author of The
End of Nature and scholar-in-residence at
to YDS as part of the Initiative in Religion, Science and Technology lecture series. Bill will be participating in a discussion time at the Interdisciplinary Bioethics Project (IBP Seminar Room,
Art & Soul Workshop: Process Painting as a Path to the
Holy. Saturday, February 26, , at Artist’s Crossing Hamden. Materials provided. Facilitated by Studio Artist and Spiritual Director,
Harriet Carew, M.Div., this workshop will offer an opportunity to explore
"process painting" as a way to make soul art. The painting
method focuses on an intuitive, non-verbal level by inviting images to emerge
from our unconscious. Through movement and music, participants will be led to
the right side of the brain. Here, using color, line and form, paintings
will be created in oil pastels that become the locus of individual meditation.
The playfulness and integration of new aspects of ourselves can lead to sacred
and authentic dialogue with the God of our understanding as well as stretch our
capacity to companion others. Wear comfortable clothes. Harriet Carew was
trained as a Spiritual Director at the Weston Jesuit School of Theology and is
a former art teacher. Artist's Crossing is located next to Grace and St.
Peter's Episcopal Church at
Save the Date: "Poems From God" & Poetry
Reading: Poet Li-Young Lee, author of Book of My Nights, Rose, and The City in Which I
Love You, will be holding an informal conversation with YDS
students on Thursday, March 3, from 12:15-1:15, in room S-100. (Lunch will be provided.) Li-Young has won numerous awards for his poetry and is also the author of an autobiography, The Winged Seed. His discussion is entitled "Poems from God," and all students are welcome. If you wish to attend, there will be a small packet of readings outside Lana Schwebel's office (S-213) after reading week; please pick one up before the event. Li-Young Lee will also be reading from his work later that same day, at
in the Divinity Book Supply, with a signing and reception to follow. This event is brought to you by the Yale Literature and Spirituality Series in collaboration with the Divinity Book Supply. If you have any questions about the series, please contact email@example.com.
Looking for God? On Tuesday, March 22nd, the
Student Book Supply presents Roy M. Anker, Professor of English at
Exciting Internship Opportunity with the University Chaplain’s Office.
· Work with the Multifaith Council, a lively group of undergraduate students from many different religious traditions, planning a one-day fall retreat and a weekend-long spring retreat, along with monthly dinners around religious topics.
· Attend bi-weekly meetings of Yale Religious Ministry (the on-campus group of non-student leaders of religious groups on and near campus); these are opportunities to learn more of ministry with young adults (through meetings about developmental issues, spiritual issues, and campus issues) ministry in higher education (through meetings about various aspects of university life), and ministry at Yale (through meetings with representatives from various departments at Yale).
· Be part of the liturgical and pastoral leadership team for University Public Worship (Sunday mornings in Battell Chapel), as well as other University-wide Christian services
· Participate in the planning of the Service of Music, Silence, and Light, a multifaith service designed for those who are grieving.
· Help with student groups that need additional support and/or create programs of according to their own interest. In particular, there is ample opportunity to explore (and enhance!) connections among the Christian ministries on campus.
Great learning opportunities. Contact Barbara Blodgett, Director of Supervised Ministries, for more information.
Yale/New Haven Area Involvement
University Public Worship: The
Campus. : University
Public Worship. Sunday, February 13: The
Reverend Frederick J. Streets, University Chaplain and Senior Pastor of the
Yale/New Haven, cont.
Society: The Yale School of Management is pleased to announce Business
and Society, a series of three panels featuring socially focused entrepreneurs,
community development investors, and Corporate Social Responsibility officials.
The event is sponsored by the Double Bottom Line student club and will explore
the challenge of balancing social mission and financial returns within the
private sector. Speakers will address not only issues of social responsibility,
but also how students can pursue and be successful in socially responsible, yet
Black Feminist Coalition at Yale: For the past year, a group of black women have gathered in each other’s homes and built a community of sisterhood and support. Sister Space-- The Black Feminist Coalition at Yale has been a place to practice feminism, foster relationships and build trust. We are an amalgam of theories, disciplines, and opinions and our monthly meetings are as lively and intellectually engaging as they are needful for the group. On Friday, February 25th, we will open our doors once again for membership in the hopes that the intimate world we have created can expand and include more black women in search of what we are offering--a place to meet once a month to consider black women's lives, arts, histories, thoughts, and representations, to discuss issues of political and personal import, and to support one another's scholarly and professional endeavors. The first anniversary meeting of the Black Feminist Coalition will take place at on Friday, February 25th at the home of Kimberly Brown. Please R.S.V.P. via email: firstname.lastname@example.org by February 20th if you plan to attend. The Black Feminist Coalition
Art and Soul Workshop: On Saturday, Feb.
26 from , Spiritual Director Harriet Carew will be offering her
annual workshop on art and the soul (which involved painting!) at Artist's
Help in Exchange for Rent: My father-in-law recently lost his wife of 60 years.
He's still working
8 - 6 each weekday. He is however unfamiliar with cooking and
we are concerned about his
being alone at night. We are looking for an interested and trustworthy
person to do the following for my father-in-law: In exchange for rent: 1) sleep at the house;
2) prepare breakfast &
dinner and on Saturday and Sunday occasionally lunch might be included; and
3) because he cannot
drive at night any longer, drive him to his office in downtown New Haven in the morning and pick
him up in the
evening. He lives in a beautiful home in
at the Circulation Desk in the Library, take a right and a left
Staff available 10-3 weekdays
Do you need visuals for learning church history??? How about charts? DVDs? Videos? Check them out.
Workshops at in the
Exploring the Lives of Great Religious Leaders in Adult Education, Feb. 9
Considering the Issues Christians Face in Adult Learning Groups, Feb. 22
Selecting Leaders with Guaranteed Positive Results for Congregations, Mar. 2
Thinking Theologically with Youth, Mar. 10
Video-based Biblical Study Resources for Congregations, Mar. 31
Black History Month
resources for worship, study, special events: posters, music, videos, etc.!
Holy Week worship planning:
we have examples of services, drama, prayers, music….