You're invited to worship with us!

Did you know that CRCDS offers regular worship services each semester? Services are open to the public and reflect a variety of faith traditions and denominations. Services are held in the Samuel Colgate Memorial Chapel on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 4:15 pm.

Please note: On Tuesday, October 25, 2016 and Tuesday, December 6, 2016, services will be held at 11:20 a.m. in the Chapel instead of 4:15.

Please come and join us as we gather and worship together!








CRCDS 2016 Summer/Fall Bulletin published

cover-summer-fall-bulletin-2016The CRCDS semi-annual Bulletin, Faith: Critically engaged has been published and is available in print and online. If you are in need of additional copies, or have a question about the Bulletin, please visit or call the Office of Institutional Advancement at (585) 340-9643.

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CRCDS Welcomes New Students

All of us at Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School extend a warm and heartfelt welcome to our new and returning students. Fall classes started Monday, August 29, 2016 and the school will formally open the academic semester at Convocation on Wednesday, August 31, 2016.

Please join us in offering prayers for our students as they continue to answer God's call to ministry.

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Who Will Shape Our Future?

CRCDS President Dr. Marvin A. McMickle posed a crucial question, "Who Will Shape Our Future?" in a Letter to the Editor published in the August 26, 2016 edition of the Rochester, NY Democrat and Chronicle.

View Dr. McMickle's article here:

Dr. McMickle LTE





CRCDS President Dr. Marvin A. McMickle: Thoughts on Walter Rauschenbusch's Six Societal Ills, Yesterday and Today

CRCDS President Dr. Marvin A. McMickle says, in a recent Unite Rochester blog published in yesterday’s  Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (NY), "In describing the things that endangered society at the turn of the 20th century, Walter Rauschenbusch (RTS, 1886) identified six social sins; bigotry, the arrogance of power, the corruption of justice for personal ends, the madness of the mob, militarism, and class contempt. Even a cursory look at contemporary trends in the United States reveals that all six of these societal ills remain with us 100 years later."

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