Friday, September 12
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
The African American Studies Department is organizing a teach-in on Ferguson and Mike Brown, the man shot by police there. Faculty speakers will approach the topic from a number of angles, including law, history, politics, and religion. Moderated by Prof. Kishi Animashaun Ducre, Chair of African American Studies.
For further information contact 443-4302 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Paula Johnson (Law)
Prof. Vincent Lloyd (Religion)
Prof. Herbert Ruffin (African American Studies)
Prof. Sherri Williams (Newhouse)
Sunday, September 21
REBEL has enchanted diverse audiences by their unique style and their virtuosic, highly expressive and provocative approach to the Baroque and Classical repertoire. This performance entitled Barocco will use five performers on recorder, flute, violin, cello and harpsichord, and feature music by Corelli, Vivaldi, Leclair, Handel, Boyce and Telemann. Formed in the Netherlands in 1991, REBEL has held a longterm residency at Trinity Church, Wall Street in New York City. They have also performed in the United States at the Da Camera Society, Library of Congress, University of Chicago and the Boston Early Music Festival.
September 16 - September 28
The CNY Medicine Buddha Prayer Society is happy to announce that Lama Namdrol Tulku from Singapore will be in our Syracuse area for the last two weeks of September, and will be offering a series of teachings and empowerments during that time. Born in Singapore in 1974 to a Chinese Taoist family, Lama Namdrol Rinpoche is a “tulku,” the recognized reincarnation of a Buddhist master from Tibet. Drawn to Buddhism at an early age, Lama Namdrol studied with teachers from the Theravada, Chinese Mahayana and Tibetan traditions. For many years he trained, not as a monk, but as a lay Tibet Buddhist Yogi at Kopan Monastery in Nepal, before founding his own temple, Thekchen Choling, in Singapore in 2001. A brilliant teacher fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese, Lama Namdrol is well known for his fresh, exciting, down-to-earth teaching style, as well as his practical wisdom and insightful humor. Click HERE for the schedule of teachings and Events.
Monday, October 6
Maxwell Auditorium (Reception to follow)
Twice nominated for a PEN/Faulkner Award, Ron was a finalist for the National Book Award, and is a recipient of an Award in Literature from the American Academy and
Institute of Arts and Letters. He is Director of Creative Writing at Santa Clara University where he is the Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. Professor in the Arts and Humanities. In 2007 he was ordained a Permanent Deacon for the Diocese of San Jose. Sponsored by the Borgognoni Fund for Catholic Theology and Religion in Society, with additional support from the Religion and Society Program in The College of Arts and Sciences. Questions: Deborah Pratt, 315-443-3863 /email@example.com Thecollege.syr.edu.
Paid parking available in Irving Garage. To support the Borgognoni Fund: Karen Weiss Jones, 315-443-2028 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunay, October 12
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Noble Room (Lower Level of Hendricks Chapel)
Facilitated by the talented and successful DeLyn and Sarah Celec of Shenandoah University in Winchester VA this workshop will focus on creative ways to expand participants current worship spaces and consider new and engaging practices for the future; it will be facilitated through a Christian perspective, but is open to all faith traditions that might find the content helpful for their worship/ritual contexts. This event is free and open to the public, so please spread the word to your colleagues serving in leadership capacities the local community and their worship teams of this amazing (free) continuing education opportunity. Participants are encouraged to bring (some or all) of their student leadership, or adult worship leadership team to experience the workshop together
If you plan to attend please RSVP to Colleen Preuninger: email@example.com by October 10.
Thursday, October 23
8AM - 12:30 PM*
Crouse Hospital Marley Education Center
Keynote speaker, Reverend William Redfield will share the knowledge and spiritual practices he is currently teaching in his Wisdom work, to help caregivers maintain a strong spiritual foundation from which to serve others. Although based in the rich contemplative wisdom of the Christian tradition, the Wisdom vein of Christianity is openhearted, inclusive, and interfaith. He writes, “Throughout the course of human history there have been Wisdom Schools to further spiritual development and to transform human community. Utilizing the ancient practices of sacred reading, meditation, sacred movement and gesture, contemplative prayer, and sacred song, Wisdom Schools teach focused attention, recollection, mindfulness, inner observation, non-possessiveness, inner honesty, non-identification and surrender.”
Cost: $30 ($25 ages 62+); price includes breakfast.
For registration contact 315-449-3552 ext. 111; firstname.lastname@example.org
*Continuing Education Unit Certificates will be available at the close of the program.