Beverly Lapp, Goshen College professor of music, will present an Advent and Christmas music concert on Dec. 6 at 1 p.m. in the Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall in collaboration with colleagues from the music department and Community School of the Arts.
Goshen College Professor Emeritus of History James (Jim) R. Hertzler, 82, died Nov. 18 at his Goshen home after an extended illness. He taught at Goshen College for 33 years, from 1966 until retiring in 1999.
A conference minister reflecting on a congregation’s search committee process where a number of potentially good pastors were passed over blurted out to me, “I would like to tell them ‘pastors don’t grow on trees!’” I laughed, but later it got me to thinking of where pastors do grow.
Emily Rodgers studied English at Goshen College. Other than a show on campus and a few solo gigs performing cover songs at The Electric Brew in Goshen and The Daily Grind in Elkhart, there is scant evidence of the musical career path Rodgers would embark on.
In addition to finding a path back to God in Goshen, Hedrick also developed a fondness for the American Midwest. So after the 25-year-old Pennsylvania native finished her graduate work at the Wake Forest University School of Divinity, walking away with a Master’s of Divinity degree and a calling to the ministry, she decided that she wanted to return to the Midwest.
Goshen College’s All-Campus Band and Lavender Jazz ensemble will perform in a joint concert on Friday, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m in Goshen College Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall.
Perhaps the greatest gift we can hope to give to all future graduates is the profound experience of belonging to each other, no matter our color, class, creed or culture. Together, we are Goshen College, past, present and future.
Young alumni are coding, strategizing and analyzing streams of data in the expansive technology field.
Ellah Wakatama Allfrey and Jan Bender Shetler will share an interview-conversation titled “The Development of Sustainable Creative Economies: Telling Stories and Making Culture” on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the Goshen College Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall.
Hannah Heinzekehr interviews Mark Schloneger, pastor of North Goshen Mennonite Church in Indiana and one of the co-founders of the Election Day Communion movement.