THE YALE DIVINITY SCHOOL NEWSOURCE
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Sexual Ethics Course Enrollment: Students who are interested in taking Margaret Farley's spring-term class in Sexual Ethics must sign up during the week of October 31-Nov. 4 in the Registrar's Office. This is a limited enrollment course, and students will be admitted on the bases of (1) seniority; (2) background and rationale for selecting this course; (3) first-come, first-served on the sign-up sheet. After signing up in the Registrar's Office, applicants should email to Professor Farley a paragraph re. (1) and (2). You will be notified of admission to the course by Nov. 7, the beginning of "Advising Period."
THIS WEEK AT MARQUAND...
Monday: Service of the Word, Professor John Hare, preaching
Tuesday: Service of the Word, Professor Joseph Jones, preaching, music from the Gospel Choir
Wednesday: Sung Morning Prayer, New Settings, Traditional Hymns, led by Patrick Evans
Thursday: Almost Saints Series, Featuring Thomas Merton
Friday: Crop Walk Eucharist, Canaan Harris, STM '06, preaching and presiding
ALL SCHOOL CONFERENCE PLANNING MEETING: There will be meeting MONDAY, OCTOBER 24 at in the Jonathan Edwards Dining Room to begin planning for the All School Conference. The theme for All School Conference this year will be "The Prophetic Voice." Please come if you are interested in helping! Questions? Please contact Martha Korienek at email@example.com.
KNITTING GROUP - The YDS
Women's Center invites all knitters and those interested in learning to knit to
gather for conversation, prayer, and knitting. Knitting group meets each
Monday at in the Women's Center
(Fisher Hall, 2nd floor). For more information, write to
Providing pastoral care for domestic violence survivors: Thirty percent of Americans say they know a woman who has been physically abused by her husband or boyfriend in the past year. Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused during her lifetime. On Tuesday, October 25, Professor Kristen Leslie will present a lecture about providing pastoral care to survivors of domestic violence. Domestic violence is a problem across income levels, ethnic backgrounds, and religious affiliations, so this is an important topic for anyone who will work in pastoral care. Tuesday, October 25 at in the Jonathan Edwards Dining Room. Lunch will be provided! Women and men are welcome to attend. Hosted by the YDS Women’s Center. Contact Erinn Staley with questions.
Exchange Program Meeting: Anna Ramirez will be hosting an informational meeting on the Exchange programs (Cambridge Theological Federation and the German Universities) next Tuesday, October 25th from in Room S-100. Please bring your lunch and join us when you can!
Open lecture by Coordinator of
Reception for artist J. Michael Walker. Thursday, October 27 | (ISM Great Hall). The sacred art of J. Michael Walker will be
on display in
Are you a Saint or a Sinner? We know you've been waiting all semester to come to the Saints and Sinners costume party and show YDS where you're going to spend eternity. It will be the only time this year when Satan and the Church Lady can dance together. Join us this Friday, October 28th from to in the YDS Common Room (Wine/Beer/Soda and Goodies provided). Sponsored by your Lutheran friends and Fatted Calf.
Christian Modernism as Cultural Resistance- As part of the Fall, 05 course, Rhetoric and Witness, the ISM and YDS will welcome Robert Inchausti, Professor of English at the Cal Poly, for a public lecture on Monday, October 31, in the Common Room. An astute rhetorical critic and constructive theologian, Professor Inchausti is the author of: Subversive Orthodoxy: Outlaws, Revolutionaries, and Other Christians In Disguise (Brazos, 2005) Thomas Merton's American Prophecy (SUNY, 1997), Spitwad Sutras: Classroom Teaching as Sublime Vocation (Bergin & Garvey, 1994), The Ignorant Perfection of Ordinary People (SUNY, 1991).His essays have appeared in such journals as America, Christian Century, Radical Teacher, and The Sun. This lecture is made possible by the Preaching and Communication emphasis in the Institute for Sacred Music. For more information, contact Wesley Avram (2-9588 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
CPE (Clinical Pastoral
Education) Day at YDS -
Graduating? Need a job eventually? This is just a reminder that all positions advertised to Yale grads are advertised through the jobs list. Recruiting rules prevent me from being able to put up posters or send campus wide announcements, so if you are graduating (and please, only if you are graduating or already graduated) and want to be notified of vacancies, send me an email and I can add you to the list(s) (email@example.com). Job list choices: a) send it all, b) ordained positions only, c) non-ordained positions only, d) roman catholic jobs only.
WE NEED YOUR INPUT! The Committee for Facilities Concerns needs YOUR feedback about our YDS facilities, including the main campus and the residence halls (policies, move in condition, etc.). Please e-mail your suggestions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments received by November 1st would be most appreciated.
THANK YOU! The CLC would like to send a warm Thank You out to all the people who made "Recess at YDS" such a great time! Especially, Professor Thomas Troeger, Jonathan Page (and the Nighwalking Society), Laura Sponseller (and the Outings Club), Dean Maryetta Anschutz, Elizabeth Marie Melchionna, Eric Jeuland, Alice Kearney (and the Communitiy Dinner Planning Committee), Kaji Spellman (and all of the Chapel staff), all those who sang karaoke, and the fun and creative Recess Planning Team: Jonathan Page, Johanna Osborne, and Eric Jeuland. THANK YOU!
YDS Recruiting Visits: Melissa Pucci will
Tuesday, Oct. 25
Wednesday, Oct. 26
Thursday, Oct. 27 Duke University Theological Day
Lectures and Events
apparel (winter coats, sweaters, gloves, mittens, hats, scarves, etc.) are
needed!!! As part of a multi-office
program geared towards, but not exclusively for, international students &
scholars on "Surviving A New England
Winter," members of the Yale community are invited to donate gently used
winter coats and apparel (scarves, hats, gloves, etc.) for those in need of
such clothing. The informative program
will take place on Thursday, November 10. It will begin with "Cold
Clinic" offered by the Yale University Health Services (YUHS) from to
at OISS's new space at
Hot Coffee, Hot Issues: The Yale World Fellows Program is pleased to announce... The 2005 Hot Coffee, Hot Issues International Affairs Discussion Series. Hot Coffee, Hot Issues is a weekly discussion series on current developments in international affairs led by experts from both inside and outside the Yale community. Each week, a new topic will be selected from the headlines for Friday's discussion. Coffee, tea and morning pastries are served at 8:15am and conversation will begin at . If you would like to receive the weekly discussion topic by email, or know someone else who would, please send an email to email@example.com
Onward Christian Media - According to a recent wave of news stories, the
conservative Christian right wields an increasingly powerful media force and is
becoming more creative at getting their message out – on television and radio,
and in movies, books and magazines. While some don’t see a cause for
alarm, others believe this kind of proselytizing dangerously blurs the lines
between politics and religion. Join the conversation. Presenters
are Chris Hedges, author,
Losing Moses on the Freeway: The 10 Commandments in America; War is a Force
that Gives Us Meaning, former correspondent, The New York Times and Jonathan
Alter, Senior Editor and Columnist, Newsweek. This event will be co-presented with
"Freedom! Not Just Another Word." With syndicated columnist Molly Ivins, Brandeis professor / Yale Law graduate Anita Hill and News Hour with Jim Lehrer senior correspondent Ray Suarez. We are making a special offer to students. If they bring their student ID, they can purchase tickets at 50% off the stated price. That means, a $22 ticket can be purchased for $11 and a $57 ticket can be purchased for $28.50. Call 203.777.7848 for tickets. Thursday, October 27th Shubert, Second Annual CCA Forum.
Black Theology and Womanist Theology in Dialogue: Which Way Forward for the Church and the Academy? A Conference to be held October 31 –
the Wheel, Henri Nouwen and Our Search for God: The year 2006 is the tenth anniversary of
Henri Nouwen’s death. To mark this anniversary, the Nouwen Archives at the University of St. Michael’s College
is hosting a three day gathering from May 18-20, 2006 that will bring together
scholars, students, ministers, and spiritual seekers to explore themes and
ideas that preoccupied Nouwen in his lifetime and
which have particular relevance in today’s context. We are seeking proposals for individual presentations,
full sessions, and workshops that will address the relevance of Henri Nouwen’s vision of the spiritual life from a variety of
perspectives Proposals for individual presentations, full
sessions or workshops should be approximately
one page in length, including: 1) title; 2) short description of the
proposed paper, session, or workshop, including its estimated length (approx.
250 words), and; 3) full contact information—mailing address, email address and
daytime telephone number. The
deadline for proposals is
The Future of Philanthropy: Join us on
All Men: The Humanitarian
Pastors and Lay Leadership Conference:
“Organizing for Justice:
Reawakening, Reclaiming and Restoring the Village.” This conference is hosted by Samuel DeWitt
Proctor Conference, Inc.
Auburn Continuing Education
Programs - Auburn Seminary educates people to meet the challenges of
religious and public life through renewing church life and leadership,
increasing multifaith understanding across lines of
religious difference, and strengthening theological schools through educational
research and consulting.
Female Research Assistant
Needed: (healthcare economics project) Looking for female research assistant for a research project with Dr. Howard
Forman from the Department of Radiology at the
Part-time Administrative Assistant Needed: First Presbyterian Church of New Haven is looking for a part-time administrative assistant (approximately 10 hours a week). Hours that need to be filled are T/W/Th 9 a.m. – . Contact Bill Goettler at (203) 562-5664 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details!
House sitter needed: Beautiful Victorian home, one agreeable dog,
one aloof cat, and two cute kittens in northern
Nanny Needed! We
are looking for a caregiver/nanny for our 4 1/2 year old girl here in
University Public Worship at
Battell Chapel: An ecumenical
worship service of the historic
Sunday @ 5 Worship is Here! First
Divvies Erika Hirsch, Tim Hiller, and Vicki I will be helping to lead worship so come support them! Tell your friends! FSUMC is located at College and Elm diagonal from Battell. Visit the website:
Contact us at email@example.com or 432-5319
Staff is available 10-3 weekdays
Oct. 27, 1-2 Youth Ministry Shaped by Congregational Assets: Research Findings on Exemplary Youth Ministry
Nov. 2, 10-11 Easy, High Quality, Lay-led Adult Education
Nov. 3, Making and Using a Narrative Budget
Nov. 4, 1-2 Characteristics of Mature Christian Youth: Research On Exemplary Youth Ministry.
resources available: videos, study group, advocacy,
curriculum. See display in
UNICEF Trick or Treat
Boxes for you to use are available in the
Need to provide an event for families or children related to Halloween? There are creative, positive, and alternative ideas. Look in “Church Year” shelf or at these resources:
How can I celebrate Halloween? video : a young Christian's guide for the secular holiday.
Family celebrations at Thanksgiving and alternatives to
Halloween, is it for real?
Elections are a good reason to have a brief adult education experience on our influence in the public sphere? Want a leaders guide or video to get it started?
Projects and papers? Ask what