Tuesdays at 6: Raymond Nagem

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

Tuesdays at 6: Raymond Nagem

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

Tuesdays at 6: Raymond Nagem

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

Tuesdays at 6: Raymond Nagem

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

Tuesdays at 6: David Briggs

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

Tuesdays at 6: Raymond Nagem

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

Tuesdays at 6

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

Tuesdays at 6

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

Tuesdays at 6

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

Tuesdays at 6

From newly pieced together digital organs, instruments lent by friendly neighbors, or at home staples, the Cathedral’s Music department is determined to bring the stunning concerts they are known for…

 

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Listening and Teaching

By Ryan Felder, M.Div. ’21, co-chair of the Eco-Justice Caucus. Without theological language, I find it impossible to grasp the magnitude of the ecological crisis and understand what my corresponding commitments are. In choosing to [...]

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EDS at Union Newsletter | June 2020

Where Faith and Scholarship Meet to Reimagine the Work of Justice Having problems viewing this email? View online. Dear Friends, These past few months have revealed that our nation and the world need faithful, moral [...]

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A Call for Moral Leadership

We released a joint public statement supported by the deans and seminary presidents of six divinity schools, including our own President Serene Jones. We are honored to stand in solidarity with our peer institutions and [...]

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Serious Play

This essay by Mohammad Mia ’21 was originally published in the Union Collective Spring 2020 Issue Last semester, I sleepily made my way to a Monday evening field education class and arrived to the surprising [...]

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Observing Juneteenth

To Union Community: In the wake of the tragedy of the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and many other Black Americans, and with the ongoing sacrifices, both historical and present day, made [...]

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