Join us to hear Seminary student, Carmen Shenk, explore the ways Jesus broke through the hierarchy, separation of the old covenant making a way to God’s presence – not just for Jewish men and priests, but for women, lepers, and gentile illegals. The life and death of Jesus brought all of us outsiders to the....
“Who Do You Say That I Am?” Join us to hear Seminary student, Jeff Maust, preach from Matthew 16.
Gather with us to hear Anton Flores-Maisonet tell faith-inspired stories of immigrant justice accompanying asylum-seeking people on part of their journey into the USA.
Imago Divina – Join us as we learn through contemplative exploration of how we can listen for God through art.
“Blessed Are the Peacemakers” – Come and join us to hear Dr. Lesley McClendon, senior pastor of C3 Hampton. She is currently teaching “Foundation of Christian Preaching” to current seminary students. Matt. 5:1-12
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)
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....