Interseminary Dialogue: “Our Movements, Our Seminaries, Ourselves”

September 19, 2011

The first regular discussISD gathered at St. Vladimir's in fall 2010.ISD gathered at St. Vladimir's in fall 2010.ion of Interseminary Dialogue (ISD)—a group comprised of eight seminaries in the New York Metro area (Jewish and Christian, "traditional" and "progressive")—will be hosted on our campus, Monday, September 19, from 7 p.m.–9 p.m. The dialogue is open to all of our seminarians, and the topic for the evening is "Vocation and Calling," part of this year's overall theme: Our Movements, Our Seminaries, Ourselves.

St. Vladimir's Seminary has been participating in ISD since the 1950s. Once per month, during academic seSeminarian Jesse Brandow (right) discusses a point with a fellow ISD member.Seminarian Jesse Brandow (right) discusses a point with a fellow ISD member.ssions, some of our seminarians engage in a two-hour peer discussion with students from surrounding seminaries. Each seminary with students involved in the dialogue takes a turn hosting a discussion about a particular topic within a set theme. 

Student co-coordinators at SVOTS this year are Sarah Bracey-Johnson and Kevin Basil Fritts.

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The dialogue will be held in the Metropolitan Philip Auditorium of the John G. Rangos Family Building. Find us on Google Maps.