Media from 2014 Fall Lecture Series available online

Thank you to everyone who participated in the wonderfully successful Fall Lectures, Reflection and Worship events held at CRCDS and other local venues from October 6-9. Our technology crew provided real-time viewing of most events via live streaming through our YouTube channel.

If you missed any of the lectures or worship events and would like to watch them in their entirety, please visit our YouTube Media Channel: http://tinyurl.com/loyud9O

Two participants for the Helen Barrett Montgomery Lecture panel discussion "The Exploitation of Women" were interviewed on FOX News Channel's Good Day Rochester on Thursday, October 9th. Jaime Saunders, CEO of Alternatives for Battered Women and Jim Sheppard, retired Rochester City Police Chief (now Program Coordinator for  New Beginnings School at the Center for Youth) shared their perspectives on the challenges facing women in our society.  That interview may be seen here: http://www.foxrochester.com/news/features/good-day-rochester/stories/activists-advocates-gather-lecture-series-1260.shtml#.VDwXJRZeLmh

As always, we welcome your comments and feedback!

 

 

CRCDS in the News

CRCDS John Price Crozer Professor of Theology Melanie Duguid-May recently co-authored a guest essay for the Democrat and Chronicle entitled, "Groups Join in Solidarity on Gaza Issue." The piece can be viewed here: http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/opinion/guest-column/2014/10/04/essay-groups-join-solidarity-gaza-issue/16674645/

Dr. Marvin A. McMickle, Professor of Church Leadership and Director of the Program of Black Church Studies, published a Unite Rochester blog essay on October 2nd. "One Nation Under God?" can be read here: http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/unite/2014/10/02/one-nation-under-god/16607809/

We invite you, as always, to share your thoughts, comments and opinions with us.

Email: mkaider-korol@crcds.edu

Watch Videos of **Challenges of the 21st Century** Lectures & Worship

Missed the engaging lectures by the Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock, Dr. Horace Griffin, Quentin Schultze or Dr. Mark Braverman? Want to watch the documentary "Made as Makers" again?

All of the events from "Challenges of the 21st Century" are recorded and available online on our website. Please share and enjoy!

Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock: “Piety or Protest: Black Theology and the Divided Mind of the Black Church”
Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock: The African American Legacy Worship
The Rev. Dr. Horace Griffin: “Reruns in Color: God, the Bible, Civil Rights and Marriage Equality”
“Made as Makers” by Callid Keefe-Perry
Dr. Quentin Schultze: “Servant Communication: Faith and Technology in Worship”
The Stanley I. Stuber Worship (Samuel Colgate Chapel) with Dr. Mark Braverman
Dr. Mark Braverman: "Beyond Interfaith Dialogue"
The 2013 Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner