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We are all created in God’s image, equal in dignity and worth, but we are not all granted equal rights in the United States. The U.S. is the only democracy and one of only 18 countries worldwide that does not plainly protect women’s rights or prohibit gender discrimination in its constitution. Despite gender-based injustice such as sexual and intimate partner violence, workplace harassment, and pregnancy and pay discrimination, our nation has never corrected the purposeful, historic exclusion of women from…Find out more »
Established by the Lehigh Conference of Churches in 1990 and held annually since 1993, the Campbell Lectures inform and educate member congregations, other Christian communities, and the wider public on the enduring importance of Christian unity and its potential for addressing problems facing society today. This endeavor has fostered cooperation among diverse Christian perspectives and dialogue about religious issues.Find out more »
Growing Deeper's is our school's monthly speakers series aimed at partnering with our broader parent and church community as a way to corporately learn from experts by gaining strategies and tools to tackle tough issues and fostering faithful Christian living in ourselves and students for the sake of the world. For the 2020-2021 school year, the Growing Deeper series will focus on this year's school district theme: "All Things. Hold Together." (Col. 1:17). We will bring in monthly speakers to…Find out more »
The chaplains for the 2021 season will represent intended theological, denominational, gender, racial and ethnic diversity, as well as ministerial context. As always, the Department of Religion’s commitment to diversity in gender, race and theological perspective is clear. The philosophy of the Department of Religion, from the beginning, has embraced and manifested the belief that an expression of these diversities is key to Chautauqua’s future.Find out more »
NOAC is a Spirit-filled gathering of adults 50 and older who love learning and discerning together, exploring God’s call for their lives and living out that call by sharing their energy, insight, and legacy with their families, communities, and the world.Find out more »