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An Invitation to Apply to Union’s 2-year Pastoral Leadership Program!

VISION: Cultivating Prospective Pastoral Imagination September 2018 – July 2020 Cohort Join a conversation among leaders reaching from the cathedral to the storefront, from the West Side to Wall Street, from the Bronx to Queens, Brooklyn…

IASC ANNUAL CONFERENCE – Religious Conflicts: External and Internal

IASC ANNUAL CONFERENCE JULY 8-10, 2018 AT UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, NEW YORK, NY (USA) Schedule | Lecture Topics | Featured Speakers | Registration Co-sponsored by the Theology/Spiritual Care, Psychology, and Medicine Faculties of the…

Field Education Profile: Cora Koehler at the Seamen’s Church Institute

Field education at Union provides an opportunity for students to bring together their education, skill, and religious commitment in a way that can help them discover their call. Students do their field work in a wide variety of locations, from…

Fighting The Deportation Dragnet

When Ravi Ragbir woke in Manhattan on January 11, readying himself for his regular immigration check-in, he had no idea that he would be spending that night incarcerated at the Krome Detention Center in Miami. Likewise, his wife Amy Gottlieb…

T(akashi) James Kodera, ’72, ’74, ’76

What do you do?  After teaching for three years at Oberlin College, 1973-76, I moved to Wellesley College in 1976, where I am now Professor of Religion. My teaching field is Comparative and Historical Study of Religion, with a focus on Asia,…

Ministers to Our Tattered Democracy

Something is deeply wrong when the leaders of the Presbyterian Church (USA), Disciples of Christ, Union for Reform Judaism, the United Church of Christ, and the Unitarian Universalist Association are ordered to leave the US Capitol for praying…
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