Have you ever thought about taking a class at Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, but didn't know where to start?
Start by auditing a class. It's easy to apply, courses are designed to fit your busy schedule, and are taught by world-class teachers and preachers, including CRCDS President Marvin A. McMickle.
A new lineup of classes available for audit begins in January! Check these out:
Stories of Creation: Adam, Eve and Frankenstein (Re CS 262)
January 21-23 and 26-27, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM each day
Explore ancient stories of creation with engaging CRCDS Biblical scholar, Dr.
Mark Brummitt. Understand the importance of biblical creation stories for
us today while examining creation themes from a range of literary sources,
including Milton’s Paradise Lost and Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Introduction to Preaching (R PT 218)
Wednesdays, 6:15 – 9 PM (February 4-May 6)
CRCDS President Marvin A. McMickle, renowned author and preacher,
offers a unique opportunity for everyone interested in preaching and public
speaking, from beginners to seasoned church veterans. Don’t miss this
opportunity to improve your effectiveness in communicating the Word!
Why Can’t We Just Get Along?: The Reformation & Modern Church History
(R CF 129)
Tuesdays, 1:15 – 4 PM (February 3-May 5)
Why does Christianity have so many different denominations? This course
helps answer that question and more through an exploration of the key
historical events, movements and figures that shaped the Church into what
we know today. An ideal course for all of us concerned about the future
of the Church.
Living Religions: The Many Faces of Faith (e MS 121)
Tuesdays, 6:15 – 9 PM (February 3-May 5)
Join us on a journey into the world of faith as we explore a variety of
religions through visits to diverse houses of worship, including Buddhist,
Hindu, Sikh, Muslim, Jewish and Baha’i. A perfect experience for those
seeking a deeper understanding of our world and community.
Conflict Transformation (e PT 480)
Wednesdays, 1:15 – 4 PM (February 4-May 6)
Most of us try to avoid conflict, but that doesn’t make it go away. Learn the
crucial skills and effective approaches to successfully manage, resolve, and
transform conflict. Ideal for pastors, human services professionals and all
those seeking positive ways to deal with conflict.
Apply by December 1 and the registration fee will be waived.
For more information, or to register for a class, contact the Admissions Office at (585) 340-9500 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.