Seminary Chapel: Testimonies of Gratitude
Come, join us and be refreshed by hearing testimonies of gratitude as a result of finding and naming joy in our lives.
Seminary Chapel: Marci Frederick
“Blessed Assurance” – Marci Frederick will lead us in imagining the world that Jesus promises and to see where it already exists. Thus, we are blessed and then shaped by the Spirit to be a blessing. Matt. 5:1-12
Campus Worship: New Year Hymn Sing
Gather for campus worship featuring a hymn sing on newness, growth and opportunities often embraced in the turning of a new year with music professor Benjamin Bergey.
Seminary Chapel: MaryBeth Heatwole Moore
Join us for “Walking Amid Chaos: Jesus Saves.” MaryBeth Heatwole Moore leads us in a guided imaginative contemplation of Matthew 14:22-33.
University Colloquium: Paul Heidebrecht
“Engineering Peace?” with Paul Heidebrecht, PhDGiven the power of contemporary technologies—and the problems they create and exacerbate—it is often argued that the education of engineers should include the liberal arts. But what does engineering contribute to a liberal arts university? More particularly, what does an engineering sensibility offer to fields of study in the social....
Seminary Chapel: Dr. Sarah Bixler
Join us as Dr. Sarah Bixler shares from the book of Matthew: “Deep and Wide”
MLK, Jr. Convocation: Rev. Vincent Jones
The annual MLK Day Celebration Convocation featured community leaders, people involved with creating the On These Grounds film and the Rev. Vincent Jones speaking on the theme Beloved Community. This convocation is planned and hosted by the Office of Multicultural Student Services.
Convocation: Worship with Fred Kniss
Join Provost Fred Kniss to launch spring semester with his address: What EMU Has Taught Me. Musician, Ken Medema, listens and offers a musical response to the address. There is also a prayerful sending for the South Africa Intercultural Seminar group.
Convocation: Peru Intercultural Presentation
Welcome the fall semester Intercultural Seminar group back to campus and hear what they encountered on their learning adventures in Peru.