University Chapel Gathering emphasizes the university’s vision of being a Learning Community as faculty and staff in several departments celebrate significant achievements of students during the Spring semester.
How has your faith changed, grown or deepened while in college? What have been the sources of your faith formation in your college years? In what ways has your faith been challenged while in college and how have you navigated that? How do you expect your faith will inform/guide your future endeavors? Gather with… Read more »
Gather for student leader perspectives on celebrating student-centered leadership and offering a prayerful blessing for Dr. Susan Schultz Huxman during this week of inauguration activities. Several student musical groups enhance this time of worship, celebration and blessing. Reflections – Quinn Kathrineberg, Ariel Barbosa and Abigail Shelly. Stings Ensemble – Jacinda Stahly, Isaac Dahl, Quinn… Read more »
Drawing from the story of dry bones in the book of Ezekiel, Kevin Ressler engages issues of injustice and what we are called to and how we are called to be involved in our neighbors’ plight. ——- Kevin Ressler (EMU ’07); poet, playwright, Thespian, want-to-be-novelist, lover of the arts is father to Acacia, husband… Read more »
Hear the Women’s Choir and portions of student prepared speeches highlighting many forms of peace as part of the C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest. The full speeches can be heard TONIGHT – Friday, March 24 at 7 p.m. in Martin Chapel (Seminary Building). Diego Barahona “Toda la sobra de lo que se llevaron”… Read more »