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....
Gather in this western Christian Holy Week for a journey with Jesus highlighting How Jesus Waged Peace throughout Holy Week with teaching from Jason Porterfield.
Join artist, Katie Jo Suddaby, for a live creation of symbolic sand art as a meditative spiritual practice and expression of faith inspired by the song, My Love Colors Outside the Lines (Voices Together 582). Will Stutzman will help hold and form our shared space with original music.
Have you heard of Ash Wednesday but never really understood it? Why dosome Christians smudge ashes on their foreheads on this day? What meaning does this ritual have for some followers of Jesus? Are there other ways to acknowledge humility before God?
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.
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.
This week for Campus Worship, come see a short performance, “A View from the Underside: The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer” by Al Staggs, longtime actor blending ministry and performing arts. “A View from the Underside: The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer” is a one-person play, adapted and performed by Al Staggs, which brings the life of one of....
Students and staff from various camp and outdoor ministry settings share songs and stories from camp experiences. What is it about camp that opens people to experiencing the flow of Spirit and the goodness of God in community?
Have you heard of the EMU student organization called Y-Serve? Did you know that it is the longest running student organization on campus? How long? Y-Serve is celebrating 100 years in 2022 with gatherings during the EMU Homecoming and Family Weekend. Gather for worship and reflections from alumni, and current students, who led and shaped Y-Serve and the Young People’s....
What’s your story? Where and how does your story connect with God’s story? Gather for worship and personal reflections on these prompts with student chaplains and affiliates from the Office of Faith and Spiritual Life. This service is hosted by EMU Chaplain Brian Martin Burkholder and the team of student chaplains.