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M.Div. student Emily Knight’s experiential prayer stations enable people to express themselves in a physical way as a form of prayer.

The 90-minute service of worship, which includes the traditional ritual of hooding for degree recipients, will also be webcast live.

In a partnership with the Episcopal Church of Sudan, Duke Divinity School and other U.S. congregations seek to raise $220,000 for the Republic of South Sudan, one of the poorest places on Earth.

The collection, highlighted in a current exhibit, has the second largest number of Wesley publications in the world and has more than 50 titles representing the only known copies.

Student Tyler Mahoney D’12 received first place for the photograph “Franciscan Sandwich, Breaking Bread.”

Video of the April 13 event is now available. The interview marked Carder's retirement as Ruth W. and A. Morris Williams Jr. Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry.

The annual showcase of student, faculty, and staff talent raised funds for the Alliance for AIDS Services Carolina-Durham and Zoe Ministry.

Applications are now being accepted from artists wishing to display, demonstrate, and sell their craft during an October 10 arts fair on campus.

Professors Charles Campbell and Ellen Davis will preach at Closing Convocation April 20 and Baccalaureate May 14 respectively.

Dean Richard B. Hays has announced that Edgardo Colón-Emeric will serve as assistant professor of Christian theology.

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