#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Session II is a series of three Lectures: Paulette Moore and friends from the local “Occupy” movement present on “Occupy Harrisonburg and the Local Church.” Paulette is a filmmaker, educator, journalist, and activist. Through her work with established and emerging media she explores how art, power, conflict, and justice… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Nekeisha Alexis-Baker offers a lecture, “Race, Racism, and the Nation-State,” followed by a response by Carl Stauffer. A native Trinidadian and long-time New Yorker, Nekeisha Alexis-Baker currently calls Elkhart, Indiana her home. She received her BA with a major in African Studies from New York University, and her MA… Read more »
#Occupy Empire: Anabaptism in God’s Mission Chris Haw offers a lecture, followed by a response by Peter Dula. Chris is a carpenter, painter, theologian, and a potter. With his wife, Cassie, and baby, Simon, Chris lives with fellow community members at Camden House, a small intentional community in Camden, New Jersey. Chris grew up Catholic,… Read more »
Dr. Lonnie Yoder, Eastern Mennonite Seminary Associate Dean, offers the Spring semester convocation address for Chapel Gathering at the Seminary Chapel Gathering services held in Martin Chapel at Eastern Mennonite Seminary are planned by the Seminary community but open to all.
Leymah Gbowee, 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate, receives EMU’s “Alumna of the Year Award” and shares personal reflections. Also being honored posthumously is Glen Lapp, EMU’s “Distinguished Service Award” recipient, who was killed in 2010 while on a medical relief trip to a remote part of Afghanistan. Reverend David Myers also brings greetings from the White… Read more »
The reunion classes gather in Lehman Auditorium for a short presentation. President Swartzendruber recognizes the newest inductees into the EMU Hall of Honor, as well as Alumna of the year Leymah Gbowee and the Distinguished Service Award recipient Glen Lapp. Leymah Gbowee and the parents of Glen Lapp offer a response of gratitude.
President Loren Swartzendruber addresses a gathered community of more than 850 in Lehman Auditorium to open the academic year.
Michael A. King,Vice President and Dean of Eastern Mennonite Seminary, offers the address in this Fall Convocation chapel gathering in the seminary. His message is titled, “A Bible as big as the Universe”.
EMU celebrates the University’s 93rd Annual Commencement in this Baccalaureate Service. Dr. Peter Dula, Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture, addresses the graduates with his speech, titled, Education on the Way to Emmaus. Senior class co-presidents Janelle Freed and Braydon Hoover offer Senior Class Salutations.