Join President Susan Schultz Huxman to launch spring semester with the theme Finding Healing & Hope in Crisis and a convocation address titled, The Call of the Magi: Find a New Path. Provost Fred Kniss offers a welcome and reflections on the setting of the day, including the presidential inauguration, featuring the Washington Community Scholars Center from Washington D.C.
Chapel will include brief reflections by Seminary Dean Sue Cockley and Seminary Associate Dean Nancy Heisey. We will also have a time of guided prayer for victims of the pandemic and for the unrest in our country and safety for the inauguration.
Prepare for a fun time as we playfully recognize students who have remained ENGAGED and provided LEADERSHIP in the midst of this most unique semester! Our hosts are Tyler Goss and Emily Powell, along with other faculty and staff, unveiling and honoring undergraduate and graduate students as well as student organizations/clubs/groups that have been nominated for these awards: Amazing Leadership –....
Back by popular demand: The Shenandoah Valley Storytellers Guild will bring the Christmas Scripture passages to life.
Longing for Light. We will fast forward the liturgical calendar by several days and begin our observance of Advent. Truly this is a year when our Advent longs are especially poignant.
We’ve been through a lot since March. Gather for a facilitated healing space led by Katie Mansfield, Trina Trotter Nussbaum and Shannon Dycus.
Join us to pray for our community, our country and our world guided by prayers from the Iona Abbey Prayer Book.