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Hendricks Chapel - 
      Richard Phillips

Hendricks Chapel

Seventy-five Years of Service to Syracuse University

Hendricks Chapel is one of Syracuse University's most recognizable landmarks and a beloved campus institution, standing both literally and figuratively at the heart of its campus, chapel has been the site of some of the university's most significant events, from antiwar protests in the sixties to the vigil of nearly 3,000 people held on September 11, 2001. Les mer
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Hendricks Chapel is one of Syracuse University's most recognizable landmarks and a beloved campus institution, standing both literally and figuratively at the heart of its campus, chapel has been the site of some of the university's most significant events, from antiwar protests in the sixties to the vigil of nearly 3,000 people held on September 11, 2001. Its efforts to foster intellectual, cultural, and spiritual growth within the campus community have drawn distinguished speakers from all fields: the painter Grant Wood; poets Carl Sandberg Robert Frost; novelists Paul Gallico and Ayn Rand; the arctic explorer Viljhalmur Stefansson politicians such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, and Hillary Clinton; and religious figures and social activists such as Paul Tillich, the Dalai Lama, Elie Wiesel, and James Baldwin as well as scientists, economists, and other scholars. This book, with contributions from other deans and staff, traces the history and evolution of the chapel, from its construction in 1930 when it was dedicated to promoting the ""moral and spiritual welfare of the generations of young men and women at Syracuse University,"" its many current functions as an inclusive spiritual and social resource for the university a the community at large.
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ISBN: 9780815608271
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Illustrations

xii
Prefacexiii
Acknowledgmentsxvii
Introductionxix




Donald G. Wright





The Chapel and the University

1(6)




Before Hendricks Chapel

7(4)




Hendricks Chapel as a Fledgling Campus Entity

11(8)




Dedication ``To the Worship of Almighty God''

19(5)




Installation of the First Dean

24(2)




The First Year of Service, 1930--1931

26(21)




New Opportunities, 1931--1932

47(7)




Establishing Traditions, 1932--1933

54(5)




Gaining Recognition, 1933--1934

59(4)




New Year, New Themes, 1934--1935

63(3)




Integrating Programs, 1935--1936

66(5)




A New Chancellor Takes Office, 1936--1937

71(4)




A Series of Endings and Beginnings, 1937--1938

75(5)




Gathering Shadows, 1938--1939

80(4)




Resisting Pluralism and Separatism, 1939--1940

84(6)




Dr. Powers Takes a Sabbatical, 1940--1941

90(2)




Carrying on in the Face of War, 1941--1942

92(4)




Changes in Leadership, 1942--1943

96(4)




Loss of a Great Leader, 1943--1944

100(4)




Summary of Dr. Powers's Deanship

104(5)




The Close of War Brings Changes, 1944--1945

109(4)




Dr. Charles C. Noble's First Year, 1945--1946

113(9)




Meeting the Challenges of Triple Enrollment, 1946--1947

122(14)




Settling into a Rhythm, 1947--1948

136(3)




The Chapel and Choir Reach New Heights, 1948--1949

139(5)




The Chapel Celebrates Its Twentieth Year, 1949--1950

144(4)




Religious Schism on Campus, 1950--1951

148(3)




Education, Democracy, and Religion, 1951--1952

151(3)




``Questing on a Common Road,'' 1952--1953

154(4)




Ministering to SU's Postwar Population, 1953--1954

158(4)




Clarifying the Philosophy of Hendricks Chapel, 1954--1955

162(3)




``Joy in the Struggle,'' 1955--1956

165(3)




Secularization on the Rise, 1956--1957

168(3)




The Acquisition of Chapel House, 1957--1958

171(4)




Innovations and New Pressures, 1958--1959

175(4)




Seeking Diversity within Unity, 1959--1960

179(4)




Decreasing Centralization, 1960--1961

183(3)




Turbulent Times, 1961--1962

186(4)




Continuity with the Past, 1962--1963

190(3)




The Late Noble Years, 1963--1967

193(8)




Hendricks Chapel and Radio Station WAER

201(12)




Lawrence Myers, Jr.





Dean McCombe's Early Days, 1967--1969

213(4)




Coping with Campus Unrest, 1969--1970

217(1)




Remaining Current in a Changing World, 1970--1976

218(4)




A Closer Look at the McCombe Years

222(4)




Richard L. Phillips





McCombe in Trying Times

226(5)




The Eggers-McCombe Conflict

231(10)




A Time of Transition, July 1980--April 1981

241(5)




James B. Wiggins





On Becoming the Fourth Dean of Hendricks Chapel

246(6)




Honeymoon, Celebrations, Weddings, and Other Events

252(23)




The Hendricks Chapel Advisory Board

275(5)




Campus Ministry in and Beyond Syracuse University

280(4)




Students and Hendricks Chapel

284(8)




Chaplains at Hendricks Chapel

292(17)




The Hendricks Chapel Staff, 1981--1999

309(9)




Other Group Ministries at Hendricks Chapel

318(6)




The Lockerbie Air Disaster

324(10)




Hendricks Chapel Events and Auxiliary Organizations

334(13)




Phillips to Strasbourg and Pickett to Hendricks Chapel

347(6)




``A Sacred Trust''

353(25)




Robert S. Pickett





Challenges and Reflections after Strasbourg

378(8)




The Search for the Fifth Dean

386(3)




The Stewardship of a Meaningful Tradition, 1999--2005

389(68)




Thomas V. Wolfe





Appendixes





A. Officers, Staff, and Board Members, 1929--1963

415(23)




B. Chaplains and Staff, 1980--1999

438(13)




C. Organizational Information

451(4)




D. ``This House Shall Be a House of Prayer for All''

455(2)
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