Dr. Sue Cockley, Dean of Eastern Mennonite Seminary, opens the EMS Fall 2018 Semester with her convocation address, “Christian Leadership in a Divided World.”
EMU celebrates the University’s 100th Annual Commencement. 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee offers the Commencement address. Graduate perspectives are shared by Harrison Horst, Keyri Lopez-Godoy, James Ramsey, Sabrina Burress, and Sarah Bailey.
EMU celebrates the University’s 100th Annual Commencement in this Baccalaureate Service. Dr. Judy Mullet, professor of psychology, addresses the graduates with her speech titled “Seek Simplicity, and Distrust It”. Senior class co-presidents Emily Augsburger and Dan Zook offer Senior Class Salutations.
The Cords of Distinction award honors the efforts of graduating students who have made outstanding contributions to the university, community or society. The Blue cord represents strength of conviction that one person can help to create a better institution; also willingness and openness to share thoughts and ideas. The Gold cord represents love of spirit and yearning… Read more »
Eastern Mennonite Seminary’s 2018 Baccalaureate service includes reflections by Erin Dufault-Hunter on the theme, “Peter’s Witness: Loving Christ as Faithful Failures.”
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.
Psalm 42:1-5 Romans 5:1-5 Matthew 6:1-4
Lana Miller shares reflections as a sending gesture in her final weeks as the undergraduate campus pastor.
The EMU Chamber Singers offer a chapel service for the campus community.
Holly Scott brings the final University Colloquium address of the academic year.