Dr. James Evans will teach a course entitled, “Thurman, King and the Life of the Spirit,” this spring semester at New Shiloh Baptist Church in Buffalo NY. The course takes place on Wednesdays from 6:15 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
A full course description may be downloaded here.
Cost: $300 to Audit ($150 for Alumni/ae or Clergy) $1695 for Credit
Current CRCDS Students: To register for credit, please contact the registrar, Andrea Mason, or phone (585) 340-9632.
Non-CRCDS Students or Alumni/ae: To audit, please contact the Admissions Office or phone (585) 340-9500.
CRCDS says farewell to longtime employee Judie McGaffick and welcomes new receptionist Tiersa Dennis. We are grateful for Judie’s many years of service to the CRCDS community and wish her joy and happiness in her retirement.
Tiersa comes to us with a background in film and TV production and lives in the Park Avenue area of Rochester.
The Office for Institutional Advancement welcomes Michele Kaider-Korol as the new Communications Coordinator at CRCDS. Michele is a St. John Fisher College graduate and lives in Irondequoit, NY. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 340-9669.
Please join us in welcoming Tiersa and Michele to the CRCDS family.
The CRCDS community wishes everyone
a very happy, healthy and prosperous 2014.
Please don't forget to make your gift to the Fund for CRCDS by midnight on December 31st in order to take advantage of the 2013 tax deduction benefits.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, the CRCDS Make A Gift and Make a Pledge Payment are not functioning properly. The Make a Pledge is, however, operational.
To make a gift, you may mail your gift to the school or you may contact the Office for Institutional Advancement at (585) 340-9647 or email email@example.com.
We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we work to fix the problem.
On December 15th, CRCDS hosted its 4th annual Bells on the Hill event for the greater Rochester community. Over 130 friends and neighbors braved frigid temperatures and snowy conditions to hear the historic Andrews-Hale Chimes in the Chapel and to enjoy caroling, hot cocoa and tasty goodies. Guests young and old left with a renewed Christmas spirit and a reminder of what this season is truly all about.
Robert K. Davies Professor of Systematic Theology James H. Evans, Jr., Associate Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins Jin Young Choi and Professor of Church Leadership and President Marvin A. McMickle provided commentary in the recently published Feasting on the Gospels – Matthew, Volume 1: A Feasting on the Word Commentary.
President McMickle’s book, Shaping the Claim, part of the Fortress Press Elements of Preaching series was recently translated into Chinese. This new translation will make Dr. McMickle’s preaching expertise available to a dramatically broader audience.
Congratulations to these CRCDS faculty on the recognition and validation of their important scholarship.