The returning Fall 2017 Israel/Palestine Cross-cultural group shares reflections and adventures from their experiences in Israel/Palestine this semester.
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).
Hear reflections from Hannah Shultz and Perry Blosser about the Ministry Inquiry Program this past summer. How does ministry inquiry look for you? Hannah Shultz served with Manantial de Vida in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Her responsibilities included sharing her testimony, praying, helping children learn about gardening and Earth care, leading children’s worship, translating documents from Spanish to English, choreographing worship songs for… Read more »
What is the connection between Coates, Hope and the Bible? Hear the thoughts of Professor Kevin Seidel as part of the Common Read (Between the World and Me) Chapel Series. Emulate opens the chapel with music. Dr. Kevin Seidel serves as Associate Professor of Language and Literature. A native of California, Seidel came to EMU from… Read more »
Gather with Matthew Hunsberger and friends for worship featuring singing hymns and reading litanies of giving thanks for the fullness of life and faith. (it’s sort or a lyrics and litanies service you might say.)
Gather with Celebration for praise worship featuring singing and exploring what is our true and proper worship (Romans 12:1-2). Romans 12:1-2 – New International Version (NIV) 12 Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true… Read more »
This TBTN chapel, “A Voice from the Community,” is sponsored by the EMU Counseling Center and features guest speaker, Sabrina Dorman with New Creation, Inc. speaking on sex trafficking.
Gather with the Take Back the Night (TBTN) committee for a chapel entitled “Like Every Other: It Happens Here.”
Rejoice in hope, be patient in suffering, persevere in prayer. Contribute to the needs of the saints; extend hospitality to strangers. (Romans 12:11-13 NRSV) When fear seeks to erect walls in our hearts, laws, and borders, the call of the Church is to an even fiercer love. For over 15 years, Casa Alterna co-founder, Anton… Read more »