Sundays at Chautauqua Institution are rich and full, to quote the Rev. Joan Brown Campbell.
Chautauqua had a deep influence on the Rev. Dwight D. Andrews. “My first revelation is that I am going to
At Wednesday’s morning worship service, the Rev. Dwight D. Andrews told the congregation to stop compartmentalizing their lives. He told
“Somewhere in our Scriptures, it says we should comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. ‘The 23rd Psalm’ by Bobby
T he Rev. Dwight D. Andrews began his sermon at the 9:15 a.m. Monday morning worship service in the Amphitheater
The 10:45 a.m. Sunday morning service of worship and sermon allowed Chautauquans to experience the divine through sight, sound and movement.
The Rev. Dwight D. Andrews is a pastor who advocates for ministry devoted to the whole person — mind, body
All week long, at the beginning of his sermon, the Rev. Frank M. Reid III has said, “Let the congregation
“I chose to go to Harvard for seminary rather than Yale because I had a religious experience at St. Paul AME
“Are you a casual Christian, a casual Muslim or a casual Jew, or are you a person who is committed