The EMU Chamber Singers offer a chapel service for the campus community.
Gather with Celebration for praise worship featuring singing and exploring what is our true and proper worship (Romans 12:1-2). Romans 12:1-2 – New International Version (NIV) 12 Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true....
James Krabill presents the monthly colloquium address titled, “Music is NOT a universal language! Re-tuning our ears to new ‘Mennonite’ sounds”
An International Education Week inspired service featuring cross-cultural music and worship.
Campus and the local community gather to worship through song, scripture and other readings in this season of Advent/Christmas. Faculty and students from the theater and music departments are featured in this annual service.
Dr. Joan Griffing offers a presentation on her 12-13 sabbatical entitled, “The role of Music in Peace and Conflict.” Griffing chairs EMU’s Music Department where she teaches violin and viola, coaches chamber music and conducts the EMU orchestra.