Webinar: Punctuated: Re-thinking Communications in our Interrelated World

On Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 1 PM ET, Robert Chase will lead a webinar with RCC members drawing insights from his storied career in faith-based communications. See the Robert J. Chase website and his new book Beyond the Comma for more information.

Using the simple mark of punctuation separating all that comes before from all that follows, Chase explores how we navigate the changes after “comma moments” in our life journeys. Some of these pauses are intricately planned and self-created like a sabbatical or the birth of a child; others are imposed by external forces – sometimes violently or without warning – like an act of terror or a devastating illness.

Beyond the Comma challenges the reader to be attentive to these moments and the multi-layered intersections that follow. Some intersections are deeply personal; others are corporate, even global. According to the book’s premise, by navigating the interrelationship of these forces, we become more whole.

Reza Aslan, author of No god but God and Zealot, says, “Chase has written nothing less than a manifesto for how to live a reflective, active life in the modern world.” Rabbi Naamah Kelman, Dean of Hebrew Union College in Jerusalem, adds: “A clear and clarion call for building a just society coming from deep religious pathos. The book raises all the crucial questions and answers with bold exclamation points!”

To join the webinar, please either:

  1. logon from a PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/6913454656 (preferred)


  1. call-in to: +1-669-900-6833 or +1-646-558-8656. Use Meeting ID: 691 345 4656.

You will be prompted to add a browser extension before the setup is finalized, if you have not already used Zoom conferencing and are joining by computer. You will be muted upon entry until the Q&A period. Joining online allows you to join the chat feature to pose questions.

Webinars are just one of the benefits RCC provides to members.

About Robert Chase

Chase is founding and former director of Intersections International, a global social justice initiative of the Collegiate Church of New York, from which he recently retired.

He is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, serving as the denomination’s director of communication from 1999-2007, and is an award-winning video producer/director with more than 100 productions to his credit.

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