Come and join us as Rev. Brett Isernhagen guides us in remembering the 19th century abolitionist martyr, Anthony Bewley, and the all to love our enemies.
“Hospitality, Fostering Healing Communities for Immigrants and Refugees” Join us as Seminary student, Juan Carlos Malvaez shares his capstone with us, taking a holistic approach to hospitality. “Do not mistreat or oppress a foreigner, for you were foreigners in Egypt.” “No maltrates ni oprimas a los extranjeros, pues también tú y tu pueblo fueron extranjeros....
“Who Are We That We Should Go?” Dean Daniel Ott will explore the ways we deny our calling to deliver the oppressed. Exodus 3:1-15 (JPS translation)
Gather as a campus community to recognize and celebrate student academic, leadership and service achievements and accomplishments from this academic year. Awards, such as Teacher of Promise, Tutor of Distinction, Outstanding Senior in Math and Engineering, Beloved Community, Exceptional Leadership and Exceptional Service will be given by around 20 different departments or programs across the university.
Welcome the spring semester Intercultural Seminar group back to campus and hear what they encountered on their learning adventures in South Africa.
The entire EMU community was invited to join to honor Kevin Clark for his 24 years of service to EMU! Also experience a Lectio of Ephesians 3:14-21 within a rhythm of silence, prayers and songs/hymns.
What Poetry Offers: More than Feeling ACE Festival 2023 welcomes Luisa A. Igloria as our keynote speaker. Especially in these last few years of the pandemic and other experiences of global upheaval, there has been a rededicated interest in the public role of poetry and its relationship to social change. And while it’s true that....
Come explore Climate Justice: From Anxiety to Action with Douglas Kaufman, Director of Pastoral Ecology with the Anabaptist Climate Collaborative (ACC). Convocation ended with a Lament Hole exercise on the north lawn of Lehman Auditorium followed by a Litany of Hope activity that might go until 11:15 a.m.
Today’s talk, entitled “Climate Change and the Healing of Creation,” explores the science of climate change and the theology of creation care. Steve offers a message of hope and a call to action. Dr. Steve Pardini has a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Iowa State University and a Master of Divinity from Eastern Mennonite Seminary. He and his....
Rev. Rachel Ringenberg Miller, denominational minister for Ministerial Leadership for Mennonite Church USA, will show us how Jesus models compassion for others and for himself. Leadership involves knowing when to do the work of ministry yourself, when to delegate and when to practice self-care. Matt. 14:13-33.