University Colloquium: Andrea Saner

“In Many and Various Ways”: how the Ten Commandments and Covenant Code became Torah Andrea SanerAssociate Professor of Bible, Religion, and TheologyEastern Mennonite University Theological interpretation of scripture began in the 1990s as a Christian movement within English-language theology and biblical studies, as scholars rallied around a shared critique of historical criticism. Recently, the battle....

Convocation: Climate Ride Reflections

Join members of this summer’s bicycle trip across the U.S. to hear Reflections from the Climate Ride this week in Convocation. What difference does it make if we really listen to the stories that people and places have to tell about climate change? Renowned climate scientist and communicator Katherine Hayhoe says the most important thing we can do in....

Chapel Gathering: Seminary

CPE students will be sharing about their experiences serving in various hospital systems and retirement communities over 10 weeks this past summer.  Using poetry and story-telling, they will talk about their ministry and engagement of the action/reflection/action process of learning that is an integral part of the CPE experience. Come, worship and celebrate with us!

Chapel Gathering: Seminary

Let’s celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!  “Rejoice with Those Who Rejoice, Mourn with Those Who Mourn” – Seminary student and pastor of Iglesia Mennonita Manantial de Vida, Carlos Malvaez, will share his journey of discovering and being called to ministry through the Mennonite Church.

Convocation: Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day Convocation features Sarah Augustine, author of The Land is Not Empty: Following Jesus in Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery. Sarah Augustine, a Pueblo (Tewa) descendant, is founder and co-chair of the Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery Coalition and executive director of a dispute resolution center in central Washington State. She is also the co-founder....

Campus Worship: Exploring Voices Together

Professor Benjamin Bergey leads this Hymn Sing featuring our new worship resource, Voices Together. Hear the stories behind the selected songs, prayers and more while also dedicating Voices Together for faith and spiritual nurture at EMU. Dr. Benjamin Bergey serves as Assistant Professor of Music at EMU and was the music editor for the Voices Together project.

Chapel Gathering: Seminary

“Nothing Can Happen Without Admitting Who We Are.” Rev. Crystal Sygeel, Associate Director for Call and Candidacy from the Office of Clergy Excellence will be our guest preacher.  She will preach from I Samuel 28:3-25 and Matthew 16:13-20. We welcome guests from the Virginia Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.