Worship will be led by the Song-leading class and professor Deb Brubaker.
Archives for 2008
Student speakers will be Sheldon Good (“I Believe in Sharing Food”), Katie Gencay (“I Believe in Heritage”), Drew Hostetler (“I Believe in Second Chances”), Liz Berg (“I Believe in a Power Greater Than Me”), and Patrick Maxwell (“I Believe in Mediocrity”).
Student coordinators of this convo are Hannah Groff, CJ Hague, Matt Harms, and Amy Showalter. Leaders were Duane and Karen Stoltzfus.
Stories of encounters between Muslims and Mennonites, Brethren and other related Christian groups around the world. Speaker James Krabill was a missionary in West Africa for 14 years and currently serves as senior executive for global ministries at Mennonite Mission Network, based in Elkhart, Indiana. He co-edited a book published in 2005 titled Anabaptists Meeting Muslims.
The campus ministries theme for the 2008-09 school year is “Sensing God’s Hope, Claiming God’s Hope.”
Student coordinators are Peter N. Miller and Emily Dougherty. Leader was Kevin Koch.
2008 Service Inquiry Program participants were Charlotte Barnett, Sara Becker-Hoover, Charity Grimes, Elena Histand, Morgan Kraybill, Josh Miller, and Jonathan Stuckey.
Gospel music chapel. Choir director is Patrice Penny Henderson.
Student coordinators are Libby Smith and Lindsay Beck. Leader was chemistry professor Doug Schirch.
Have you had a chance to meet our new Athletic Director Tim Demant? If so or if not, come out to chapel this Friday at 10:00 a.m. to hear part of his faith story, including 3 quotes of his that resonates with him and hopes that you will remember.
Chapel led by 2008 Ministry Inquiry Program students
Guest speaker will be Richard Osborn RRT, RPSGT. He is a Registered Respiratory Therapist and Polysonographic Technologist. He supervises the Goshen General Hospital Center for Sleep Studies.
This service will be led by Tamara Shantz, assistant campus minister, and Jim Brenneman, president of the college.
How does an election year affect the Goshen College community? Five faculty members will discuss these questions and more: How does the media influence our views? What role is racism playing in this election? Are politics in the US really as divisive as it seems? How will the next president affect energy and environmental policy? How should folks at a liberal arts college talk about politics? What are appropriate ways for Christians to relate to politics? What will happen at GC the morning after the election, on Nov. 5? Speakers will be Rachel Lapp, Lisa Guedea Carreao, Joe Liechty, Dave Ostergren, Ross Peterson-Veatch, and moderator Duane Stoltzfus.
Two alumni will tell their faith stories:Dale Kempf, class of 1978, Distinguished Fellow at Abbott Labs and one of three 2008 recipients of the Culture for Service awardJanna Hunter-Bowman, class of 2000, peace worker in Colombia and recipient of the Decade of Service award, given to a young alumnus who has graduated within the last 10 years.A reception for all of the 2008 alumni award recipients will be held in the Gathering Rooms of the Church-Chapel immediately after the chapel service.