JCIS Champions
With world-renowned teachers and alumni, CTS is the global leader in transformational religious studies. We offer several Masters and Doctoral degrees, including Masters in Divinity, Sacred Theology and Religious Leadership.



CLICK HERE...to register online for... 


Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Chase Auditorium
Plaza Level
10 South Dearborn St.
Chicago, Illinois

Laughter is the same in any religion!
You're invited to a taping of NPR & WBEZ Chicago's 

“Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!"


Please join us for an interfaith celebration to benefit the
CTS Center for Jewish Christian and Islamic Studies

Let’s laugh & learn together, just for fun!

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Seating for the Show
7:00 pm

Show Taping and Q&A
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

VIP After-Party
9:30 pm - 10:30 pm 

TICKETS: Click to Purchase Online

  • Premier Tickets: $500
  • Standard Tickets: $150


All sponsorship packages include premier tickets to a VIP after-party, an ad in our program & recognition in the CTS Annual Report. 

  • Mentor: $2,500 (4 premier tickets and sponsorship benefits)
  • Scholar: $5,000 (6 premier tickets and sponsorship benefits)
  • Sage Host Committee: $10,000 (10 premiere tickets and sponsorship benefits)
  • Laureate Benefactor: $25,000 (20 premiere tickets and sponsorship benefits)

If you have questions about this JCIS Champions event, please contact Nell Stigler at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone, 773.896.2430

The Center for Jewish, Christian and Islamic Studies (JCIS) supports education, engagement, dialogue and social justice collaboration among the “peoples of the book.” As the primary co-curricular partner for interreligious work at Chicago Theological Seminary, it serves as a living laboratory for building relationships, cultivating common ground and dignifying differences – learning about and with religious others at CTS and beyond. Most activities are open to the wider community; students can also be involved in planning and implementing programs, including lectures, symposia, holy day celebrations, worship, workshops, film series, arts and social justice projects. For questions about JCIS, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Since 1855, Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) has been pushing boundaries. We are a progressive graduate school of theology, committed to promoting social justice and mercy. Historically, we have been leaders on issues related to gender, race, sexual expression and interfaith engagement. And now we are bringing new energy and focus to interreligious cooperation.