Annual Women Only Brunch “Dear Younger Me…” Hearing from down the road Graduate alumnae Heather and Michelle share their stories of navigating faith, academics, career, dating, marriage, and family Heather Varguese John, M.D., Ph.D. Heather’s interest in learning about people from as many perspectives as possible has led her to study Human Biology (B.A., Stanford), medicine (M.D., U. Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio; internal medicine internship, Northwestern University), psychiatry (residency, UCLA), and the history of science and medicine…
Special Speaker Event with Michèle Sigg Please join us for this special opportunity to hear Dr. Sigg address the topic: “The Dodo Bird’s Last Stand: What the Continental Shift in World Christianity Means for Africa, the Rest, and the West” In 1997, sociologist Peter Berger publicly recanted his belief in the theory of secularization. After thirty years, he had recognized that “Most of the world today is certainly not secular. It is very religious.” Berger’s comment was informed by…
First Fridays Series: “Finding God at Yale” Faculty from the various graduate and professional schools share how their faith has affected their work and life here at Yale. Tonight featuring Professor James Choi, Yale School of Management
Spiritual Formation “Spiritual Formation According to the Psalms” Sue Smedley will lead lead a study of Psalm 139.
Spiritual Formation Semester Series Begins “Spiritual Formation According to the Psalms” Matt Coburn will lead lead a study of Psalm 90: “Looking to the new year—Living wisely as we number our days”.
Fun, food, festivities, singing and fellowship! Bring your friends!
Women’s Spiritual Formation “Telling Your Story”
A Grander Story: Staying the Course with retreat speaker Pastor Matt Coburn
Women’s Spiritual Formation “Resources for change: Spiritual Power”
First Fridays series: “Finding God at Yale” Faculty from the various graduate and professional schools share how their faith has affected their work and life here at Yale. Tonight featuring Kyle Dugdale, Yale School of Architecture Kyle Dugdale is Critic in Architecture at Yale School of Architecture. A graduate of Oxford, Harvard and Yale, he is interested both in the philosophical pretexts of architecture and in the architectural presumptions of philosophy. His doctoral dissertation, entitled “Architecture After the Death of God”…