Jim Leaman, University Colloquium address: “Sustainable Housing: new analysis turns the tables”
Powerpoint Slides Peter Dula offered a similar version of this Chapel Gathering at University Chapel on January 24. Does the arc of history really bend towards justice as King and Obama liked to say? Think theologically about hope and history with Professor Peter Dula as part of the Common Read Chapel Series on Between the… Read more »
This University Chapel hymn sing led by Matthew Hunsberger focuses on our year-long Student Life and Campus Ministries theme of “Many Parts, One Body” drawing from 1 Corinthians 12 and Romans 12.
Powerpoint Does the arc of history really bend towards justice as King and Obama liked to say? Think theologically about hope and history with Professor Peter Dula as part of the Common Read Chapel Series on Between the World and Me. Peter Dula is Associate Professor of Religion and Culture. He received a Ph.D from Duke… Read more »
University Colloquium with Mark Metzler Sawin.
Just Stand: Gather to hear and explore pieces of selected speeches and sermons from the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The MLK, Jr. Celebration theme is Just Stand based on a quote from King’s 1963 book of homilies: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands… Read more »
Dr. Nancy Heisey delivers the address at the Spring Semester 2018 opening convocation: “Not Knowing, Being Known.” Her remarks draw from Psalm 139 and 1 Samuel 3:1-10.
Join President Susan Schultz Huxman to launch Spring semester in this centennial year with the address – What do you do with a Centennial? There is a time of prayerful sending for the Guatemala-Cuba Cross-Cultural Seminar at the close of the service.
Eastern Mennonite University Music Department and Campus Ministries present a new annual tradition of Christmas Lessons & Carols: a classic service of lessons from Christian scriptures and music from the University Choir, Chamber Singers, Emulate Chamber Ensemble, Chamber Orchestra and congregational singing. This service features the premiere of a choral piece from American composer, Gwyneth Walker.
The campus community gathers to celebrate the Fall semester accomplishments of various students.