Posted on February 2nd, 2004
Eastern Mennonite University will hold its spring "Mission and Service Days" Monday through Wednesday, Feb. 9-11.
Representatives from at least 10 church-related agencies will have displays in the Campus Center Greeting Hall through noon Wednesday and will be available to talk with students and area residents about possible
service openings with their organizations.
Participating agencies will include: Eastern Mennonite Missions, Salunga, Pa.; Mennonite Central Committee, Akron, Pa.; Mennonite Mission Network, Elkhart, Ind.; Christ House, a health care facility for homeless men in Washington, D.C.; Lutheran Voluntary Service; Habitat for Humanity; the Peace Corps and Virginia Mennonite Board of Missions.
Chapel services Monday and Wednesday will complement the service theme.
Kent Miller of Mennonite Mission Network, Elkhart, Ind., will speak 10 a.m. Monday in Lehman Auditorium on taking risks in faith, based on Matthew 14. EMU students who have participated in short- and long-term
mission-service assignments will speak 10 a.m. Wednesday.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with a service representative, call Helen Nafziger in the Career Services office at 540-432-4131.