Announcing the Nunc Licet Fellowship

CSS is excited to announce the Nunce Licet Fellowship, providing up to full tuition support for qualified students.

Seeing Rainbows: Queer Swedenborgians and Queering Swedenborg

How can we constructively read the 18th century theologies of Emanuel Swedenborg in ways that are affirming and supportive of LGBTQ+ persons? Where in Swedenborg might we find places for queer folk to feel themselves supported and spiritually at-home?

Join Prof. Devin Zuber along with queer scholars and contemporary LGBTQ+ Swedenborgians as they open a conversation around these questions in this 6-part public seminar.

New Church Visionaries Lecture Series

The Helen Keller Center for Spiritual Life invites you to journey with us as we learn about some of the greatest visionary minds of the New Church lineage. The influence of Swedenborgian ideas and spirituality has been one of enormous diversity and dynamism.

From the Archives: Artifacts from the Holy Land

Click below to learn more about Rev. Dr. Theodore F. Wright and his work in the Holy Land as CSS prepares for its own trip to Israel and Palestine this month.

Learning From Our Past, Healing Our Future: Dismantling Colonial Dominance in Western Christianity

Listen to Rev. Dr. Randy Woodley, farmer, author, activist, scholar, distinguished speaker/teacher and wisdom keeper, using the lens of indigenous spirituality, speak on how Christianity can be disentangled from the precepts of colonialism and returned to its core message.

The History and Vision of the Center for Swedenborgian Studies

An interview with CSS Dean Emeritus, Rev. Dr. James Lawrence.

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