On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, instead of gathering in Lehman Auditorium for University Chapel, various academic departments held their own smaller gatherings in their own spaces scattered across campus. The Department of Business and Economics gathered in Campus Center’s Strite conference room to hear a brief devotional by Walt Surratt and then reflections from… Read more »
On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, instead of gathering in Lehman Auditorium for University Chapel, various academic departments held their own smaller gatherings in their own spaces scattered across campus. The Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematical Sciences, and Psychology gathered in Science Center classroom 104 for some singing and personal reflections by Greg Koop and… Read more »
Chapel opens with a video and then Jolee Paden, undergraduate junior and pastoral assistant, teaches on Running with Shackles. Jolee also spoke in chapel on November 1, 2013. Her book Spiritual Runner, a devotional guide, can be purchased online.
Parables – everyday stories that invite us to confront our worldview, sense of self and God, without providing easy answers. Join Duane Yoder, Pastor at Lindale Mennonite Church, as he teaches the Parable of Workers in the Vineyard, from Matthew 20. Parables is the campus ministry theme for the year.
MLK, Jr. Celebration Chapel features the Rev. Dr. Nikitah Okembe-RA Imani preaching on There’s Power in the Blood. Dr. Nikitah Okembe-RA Imani is the professor and chair of the Department of Black Studies. Before joining the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2012, he taught Sociology and African Studies at James Madison University. Dr…. Read more »
A goal of Gospel nonviolence is not just to secure justice but to also convert the “enemy” of those who suffer injustice. Through captivating story-telling, Anton Flores-Maisonet shares glimpses of when loving nonviolence has brought about glimpses of conversion in the immigrants’ rights movement in Georgia.
Matt Carlson leads a Welcome Back Hymn Sing drawing from favorite hymns of the various Christian denominations and traditions represented in our student body. There will be a time of sending for the Middle East Cross-Cultural group.
Provost Fred Kniss launches the semester with a focus on “Diversity and Belonging: Love and the Liberal Arts.” John 15:10-17 Chapel closes with a time of sending for the Guatemala-Cuba Cross-Cultural group at the close of the service.
Join us for an all-campus and community Advent-Christmas worship service. Enjoy special music, congregational singing, Scripture and readings featuring the EMU Chamber Singers, Men’s Choir, Women’s Choir, and Theater program.