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.
Join us to hear the Rockingham Male Chorus – of which Seminary student, Jeff Thompson is a member! The chorus has given over 1,000 concerts and perform regularly starting in September through April traveling from Pennsylvania to Florida.
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.
Shenandoah Valley Biblical Storytellers – A Collection of Passion Week Tellings from the Gospel of Matthew. Hear the Word of God come alive through storytelling.
Lean in for personal reflections from Vietnam addressing themes in the 2022-2023 EMU Common Read, The Best We Could Do. Panelists include: Yung Trinh, Rebecca Dietz, Earl Martin and Caleb Schrock-Hurst being interviewed by Professor Kevin Seidel.
“The Lord Provides” – Join us as we learn how the Lord provides the gifts of strength, mercy, grace, faith and love. These gifts are even provided to those whom the church may perceive to be unlikely candidates. 1 Tim. 1:12-17
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.
Join the campus community in hearing from Sue Park Hur as stories of women encountered through the Laboring Toward Wholeness – A Training on Dismantling Patriarchy curriculum and personal stories are woven and featured.