Thousands of people have seen the Lifehouse Everything skit on YouTube. A group of EMU undergraduate students is bringing the skit to the chapel for engagement. What insights or questions does this skit raise for you? How does this skit affirm or challenge your view of God?
Diane Marin offers a biblical dramatization, Do You Believe?, inspired by similar themes found in the Lifehouse Everything skit. How does this presentation impact you differently? What insights, questions, affirmation or challenges emerged for you?
“Meeting Jesus at the Well”
Hillary Evans, EMS Preaching class student
Leah Penniman of Soul Fire Farm is a nationally-recognized educator, farmer, and food justice activist. Soul Fire Farm is a family farm committed to ending racism and injustice in our food system.
Wondering about the personal motivations and impact of the 2017 Women’s March on Washington? Hear reflections from students, staff and faculty who participated in this historic march. What are the challenges? Where did you see Jesus? Where are you finding hope?
Melody Pannell shares from her experiences processing whether or not to participate in the march and what she experienced as a participant. Michaela Mast, Austin Sachs, Harrison Horst and Greta Ann Herin offer shorter reflections from their experiences.
Kathleen Cooper, EMS Preaching class student
Gather with the Y-Serve Leadership Team for a prayerful sending for students going on service and learning opportunities over spring break.
Civil Rights Tour (visiting historic sites and learning centers from the southern Civil Rights Movement) with Multicultural and International Student Services, Gospel Choir, Y-Serve and Black Student Union. – Leaders: Celeste Thomas, Oksana Kittrell, Tae Dews
Laurelville Mennonite Church Center (work projects at a camp/retreat center near Pittsburgh) in Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania. – Leaders: Alexa Weeks, Sarah Jennings
Mennonite Disaster Service (responding in Christian love to those affected by disasters) in Lafayette, Louisiana. – Leaders: Harrison Horst, Andrew Troyer
Sharing with Appalachian People (addressing sub-standard housing, sharing the message of God’s love and building relationships in eastern Kentucky and West Virginia) in Elkhorn, West Virginia. – Leaders: Grayson Mast, Abe Hartzler
PLUS students going to Graterford Prison as part of the Restorative Justice course.
Immerse in the practice of praying Kyrie Eleison (God have mercy) as a shared prayer practice this Ash Wednesday with music led by Chamber Singers and reflections gathered by Ken J. Nafziger, Professor of Music.
Chapel Gathering in the Seminary:
“Touch with Faith: Jesus wanted to, Do you?”
Shirley Steward-Jones, EMS Preaching class student
Jolee Paden ’16, author of Spiritual Runner : A Runner After God’s Own Heart, returns to campus to teach on being grounded in grace.
Jolee Paden serves as Member Services Manager at Back on My Feet, Washington DC and Author at Spiritual Runner: A Runner After God’s Own Heart
Inspired. Passionate. Seeking the Lord. Learning to love.
From St. Joseph, Illinois. Graduate of Eastern Mennonite University (2016). Then competitive and now recreational runner since 2006. Currently resides in Washington, DC working with Back on My Feet. Enjoys fluffy puppies & peanut butter. (Not together) Loves getting to know new people over a run. Believer in the organic, mission-centered local church. “Whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you, saying, “This is the way; walk in it.” Isaiah 30:21
“We wash feet” John 13:1-17
Preaching Class student, Tyler Goss