Travel with CRCDS in 2017: The Land Called Holy and its Peoples–A Christian Pilgrimage

Following a successful trip to Israel-Palestine in October 2015, CRCDS will host a twelve-day return trip to the Holy Land on May 17-June 1, 2017. On this pilgrimage, we will visit Jewish, Muslim and Christian holy sites and meet people of these faith communities. There will be opportunities for prayer, worship, lectures and Bible study. This trip is led by Melanie Duguid-May and Mark Brummitt.

Please contact Mark Brummitt at for registration information. Application and deposit due by November 15, 2016.

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Nuns on the BusComing to CRCDS: Wednesday, July 20, 2016 at 7:00 PM

Don't miss this rare opportunity to join in the "Caucus to Mend the Gaps" with NETWORK'S Nuns on the Bus at Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School on Wednesday, July 20, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.

The caucus, free and open to the public, is a forum designed to discuss the income and wealth inequalities in our country, listen to the gaps that people are experiencing and to learn about NETWORK'S proactive policy to improve economic conditions through legislation and awareness.

To learn more about NETWORK'S Nuns on the Bus, click here:


Dr. McMickle leads service of remembrance for victims of Orlando tragedy

The CRCDS community gathered in the chapel on Monday, June 13 to remember the victims of the tragedy in Orlando.  Those in attendance prayed for the LGBT community in Orlando and around the globe while calling for an end to violence against all people.  Please join us in our continued prayer for peace and healing for the Orlando community and for all those touched by violence.

To view a portion of the service, please click here:

Highlights from 2016 CRCDS Senior Prayer Breakfast and Baccalaureate Service

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School celebrated its annual Senior Prayer Breakfast and Baccalaureate on Friday, May 13, 2016.

Dr. Gail A. Ricciuti, former Associate Professor of Homiletics and now Professor Emerita, delivered a challenging and invigorating message to the graduating class at the annual Senior Breakfast. Chosen to speak by this year’s graduating class, Dr. Ricciuti’s words were an invaluable mix of insight, humor and wisdom, woven together and expressed with her obvious love for her profession, the graduates, and her colleagues in the room. To read the text of Gail’s talk, please click here:

To view the Baccalaureate service please click here:

Photos from the Senior Prayer Breakfast and Baccalaureate Service:

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