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High Holiday Schedule 2017

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The College announces with pleasure the appointment of Rabbi Seth Wax as Jewish Chaplain, effective mid-summer.

Rabbi Seth comes to us from four years of service to Congregation Mount Sinai, in Brooklyn Heights, NY – where his energy and warm, engaging manner endeared him to his congregation, much as they did to those who met him during his visit to Williams in April. He was known at Mount Sinai for his

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First Meetings & Service of On-Campus Religious Groups & Spiritual Communities

Williams College Chaplains Office First Meetings & Services of On-Campus Religious Groups and Spiritual Communities Welcome to Williams! Many on-campus religious and spiritual communities will hold services or special meetings to welcome you during your first days at Williams. All of the events listed are open to anyone, regardless of background or religious affiliation. Our website, http://chaplain.williams.edu/,

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A Christmas Service of Lessons & Carols 2017

WILLIAMS COLLEGE TO PRESENT A CHRISTMAS SERVICE OF LESSONS AND CAROLS WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., —The annual Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols at Williams College will be held at 4:00 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 9th and 10th in Thompson Memorial Chapel. The identical services feature choral music by the Williams Concert and Chamber Choirs,

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2017 Coffin Prize Winners & Finalists Speeches-LISTEN!

LISTEN TO THE WILLIAM SLOANE COFFIN PRIZE FOR PASSIONATE PUBLIC SPEAKING FINALIST’S SPEECHES Congratulations to all of the 2017 finalists! This year’s winners of the Coffin Prize are: Spirituality & Faith:  Zoe Dutton ‘19, WINNER – Finding My Religion (speech not available) Social Justice & Activism: Valeria Sosa Garnica ‘19, WINNER- There Is None 2017 Spirituality & Faith Zoe

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WALK THE LABYRINTH

Walk the Labyrinth September 4th – 8th 9 AM – 9 PM ’62 Center of Theatre & Dance, CenterStage    Introducing the Labyrinth The labyrinth is an ancient device for walking meditation. Though one of its most familiar manifestations is engraved in the stone floor of the 13th century nave of Chartres cathedral, it has

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