As we pass the halfway point of the semester, PCC’s got a few events in March before a very busy April! Check them out below:
On March 22, PCC will have another Book Group discussion, this time on Orson Scott Card’s Speaker for the Dead. As usual, we’ll be meeting in the Brennan Room at noon. Please RSVP here on the Facebook event so we know how much pizza to order!
On March 26, in place of our usual Dinner Dialogue at 6 PM in the Brennan Room, we will be having Dr. Edward Wierenga, Chair of the Department of Religion and Classics at UR, give a lecture to any who are interested in attending. The lecture is titled “Divine Foreknowledge, Providence, and Human Free Will” and will include a question and answer period for all those who want to know more. RSVP here on Facebook!
Keep your eyes peeled for all of our upcoming April events!
As we enjoy the slightly warmer weather in Rochester, keep in mind PCC’s February events that are sure to keep you warm in the Chapel if we have another blizzard come through!
Saturday, February 8th, PCC will be having a game night in the Brennan Room from 7:30-10 (ish) PM, complete with pizza and snacks! Feel free to bring your own games along to play, and please RSVP here on the Facebook event to let us know how many people are coming!
And on Saturday, February 22nd, we will be continuing our book group with a discussion about Alduos Huxley’s Brave New World at noon in the Brennan Room. We will have pizza just like last month, so please RSVP again so we know how much to order!
We hope everyone’s semesters so far are going well, and we wish everyone the best of luck as midterms will be starting soon!
Welcome back to all students and staff for the 2014 spring semester at UR! In true PCC fashion, we are already diving right in: our first Dinner Dialogue of the semester will be January 15th at 6 PM in the Brennan Room- a great way to end the first day of classes! Our first service will be held the following Sunday, January 19th, at 5 PM, and our first event will be on Saturday, January 25th, at noon in the Brennan Room where we will be discussing the book Ender’s Game. Click to to RSVP so we can make sure there will be enough pizza!
We wish everyone good luck in this next semester and a happy new year!
We hope everyone had a relaxing Thanksgiving Break! Here are the last few events that PCC will be having this semester:
Sunday, December 8 will be PCC’s annual Lessons and Carols service, featuring students from PCC singing in our yearly Christmas Choir. We hope you can join us for this special service!
Sunday, December 15, we will still be having service at 5! It will be a slightly lower-key service, but it will include communion and Christmas cookie decorating immediately afterwards. Feel free to join us for one event or the other- we know Reading Period is a busy time for everyone!
We wish everyone the best of luck on their final exams, and we wish everyone a peaceful, restful, and wonderful Christmas break!
We’ve had some great events so far at PCC this fall semester- take a look at some photos from our Lock In and Harry Potter Dinner Dialogue on our Facebook page!
Our next two October events are taking place during Meliora Weekend. On Friday, October 11, the Protestant Chapel Community will be hosting an Open House in the Brennan Room of the Chapel from 4:00-5:30 PM. There will be a special display board celebrating our 50th anniversary along with refreshments and a small performance from our new Chapel Cappella group! Please stop by and feel free to bring guests!
On Saturday, October 12, the Chapel will be hosting a panel discussion “No Longer Invisible: Religion in University Education” from 9:00-11:00 AM in the Chapel Sanctuary. This panel will feature Douglas and Rhonda Jacobsen, co-directors of the Religion in the Academy Project, a major research initiative examining the roles of religion in higher learning. They have co-authored three books with Oxford University Press, including No Longer Invisible: Religion in University Education (2012). The panel will also include responders Edward Wierenga (Professor of Religion and Philosophy; Chair, department of Religion and Classics), Richard Dees (Associate Professor of Philosophy; Chair, Steering Committee for Public Health-related programs), Denise Yarbrough (Director of Religious and Spiritual Life), and students Fatima Bawany ’15, Daniel Gorman ’14 (a member of PCC!), and Aaron Marans ’16. Learn more about the event here. We hope to see you there!
And check out our other upcoming events and RSVP at the links below!
PCC Game Night!
The Magician’s Nephew Book Discussion