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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Union Hires Two New Faculty in Homiletics and Worship

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Joey Longley, jlongley@uts.columbia.edu, 419-953-5495 UNION HIRES TWO NEW FACULTY IN HOMILETICS AND WORSHIP NEW YORK, NY — Union Theological Seminary announced the appointment of two new members of its faculty for [...]

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Union Mourns Alum Anika Gibbons

UNION MOURNS ALUM ANIKA L. GIBBONS, M.A. 2013 The Union Seminary community mourns the death on January 5, 2016 of alumna Anika Gibbons, MA ’13. She was 42 and had recently entered hospice care. Friday, [...]

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A Statement on Union’s Facilities

November 23, 2015  To Union Students, Faculty, and Staff, I would like to update you about our plan to revitalize Union’s campus. I know it is of great interest to all, and I thought it [...]

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A Statement on Anti-Muslim Rhetoric

A STATEMENT ON ANTI-MUSLIM RHETORIC December 9, 2015 To the Union Community,  The recent presence of anti-Muslim rhetoric in the mainstream media narrative is morally unconscionable. In response, we would like to share the statement found [...]

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