University Colloquium with Mark Metzler Sawin.
Join Todd Wynward to explore “Repairers of the Breach: Earth Justice, Everyday Heroes, and the Poor People’s Campaign” linking the ancient prophetic words of Isaiah with the Rev. William Barber’s “Poor People’s Campaign: a National Call for Moral Revival,” set to sweep the country in 2018. Fifty years after MLK was assassinated, Barber and countless others across… Read more »
This podcast is from the opening worship and keynote session of Eastern Mennonite Seminary‘s 2018 School for Leadership Training. Iris de León-Hartshorn has worked within the Mennonite Church in various roles since 1996, serving as a leader in racial and gender justice in the church. She is currently director of transformative peacemaking for Mennonite Church… Read more »
Just Stand: Gather to hear and explore pieces of selected speeches and sermons from the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The MLK, Jr. Celebration theme is Just Stand based on a quote from King’s 1963 book of homilies: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands… Read more »
Dr. Nancy Heisey delivers the address at the Spring Semester 2018 opening convocation: “Not Knowing, Being Known.” Her remarks draw from Psalm 139 and 1 Samuel 3:1-10.
Join President Susan Schultz Huxman to launch Spring semester in this centennial year with the address – What do you do with a Centennial? There is a time of prayerful sending for the Guatemala-Cuba Cross-Cultural Seminar at the close of the service.
The returning Fall 2017 Israel/Palestine Cross-cultural group shares reflections and adventures from their experiences in Israel/Palestine this semester.
Eastern Mennonite University Music Department and Campus Ministries present a new annual tradition of Christmas Lessons & Carols: a classic service of lessons from Christian scriptures and music from the University Choir, Chamber Singers, Emulate Chamber Ensemble, Chamber Orchestra and congregational singing. This service features the premiere of a choral piece from American composer, Gwyneth Walker.
The campus community gathers to celebrate the Fall semester accomplishments of various students.
Matthew Hunsberger takes us on a musical journey through the weeks of advent and Christmas in a single University Chapel. Other participants include Brian Martin Burkholder (candle lighter); Elizabeth Resto and Anali Martin (readers); David Berry (piano); Sara Halteman (violin); and Katie Derstine, Ranene Schrock, Selah Shenk, and Jessica Hostetler (women’s vocal quartet).