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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 »
This lectureship was established in 1994 by Rev. Dr. R. Hargus and Mrs. Doris T. Taylor for the Chowan University community in order to host individuals who “enrich our lives and encourage us on our Christian journey.”Find out more »
Since 2004, the women laity and clergy of St. James’s Episcopal Church have welcomed women to explore our Christian faith and the role of women in the church during a two-day conference held every other year. WomanKind is a weekend of faith and fellowship, enlightenment and engagement for women. An ecumenical Christian gathering, WomanKind welcomes women of all faiths. Our weekend opens with a Friday evening reception that features delicious food and friendly fellowship along with an opening keynote address.…Find out more »