Christmas might seem far away, but come prepare your hearts and minds for Advent through singing and scripture as students from Professor Deb Brubaker’s Song Leading class lead us in worship.
Archives for 2010
Students who will speak: Becca Augsburger, Ellie Hershberger, Madi Ouedraogo, and Daisy Gaspar
Student coordinators: Andrea Detweiler, Josh Hertzler, Katie Gencay. Faculty leaders: Ron & Sally Jo Milne
Senior Ross Weaver will introduce Sanyatha Thawalanthanne, a Buddhist monk. San and English professor Ann Hostetler will both speak about meditation practices.San will also lead a meditation and Q & A session at 4:30 p.m. in NC 19. Buddhist monk Sanyatha Thawalanthanne will follow up on his morning convocation talk with this opportunity for practicing some meditation exercises and a question/answer period.
This first Core Values Forum will explore fresh ways to view the “Christ-centered-ness” of Goshen College. After President Brenneman’s address, Bible and religion professor Jo-Ann Brant and biology professor Ryan Sensenig will respond.
Anton Flores, our special 3-day campus ministries guest speaker, shares again.
Anton Flores, our special 3-day campus ministries guest speaker, will share part of his personal faith journey.
An interactive convocation with Ross Peterson-Veatch, Associate Academic Dean.
Where and how have you experienced God on this campus? Students Yolo Lopez-Perez and Matt Nafziger will share their “God-sightings” in this chapel. Also, all students will have opportunity to name their “God-sightings” on poster paper.
Goshen College alum Esther Kern will speak about her recent time on CPT’s (Christian Peacemaker Team) Al-Khalil project in the West Bank city of Hebron. She will speak from Micah 6:8 and engage the audience through story-telling and photos.
The 2010 Ministry Inquiry Program student participants will share of their summer experiences through singing, prayer, sharing, and also offer a time of anointing to the GC community.2010 MIP Participants: Caleb Detweiler, Nikita Zook, Reuben Sancken, Audrey Engle, Jessica Camacho, Maggie Gilman, Sarah Dieter, Stephanie Hollenberg, Josh Miller, Matthew Helmuth
Juana Bordas is an acclaimed author and speaker. She is president of Mestiza Leadership International in Denver, vice president of the board of the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership and founder of Mi Casa Women’s Center.
Instead of a chapel service, this Friday will be a special convocation to launch Homecoming Weekend. Two alumni award winners will speak. Cristina Hernandez is receiving the Decade of Servant Leadership Award. She is a design and product development consultant in Kabul, Afghanistan. Nancy Chupp is one of the Culture for Service award winners. She is a public interest lawyer in Seattle, Washington.
Hear aspects of Heather Goertzen’s faith story! Heather is the resident director of Kratz & Miller residence halls.
Today’s chapel begins our annual Celebrate Service Day. Come and engage God and each other through prayer and singing before we go out to serve our local community.
Singing together as a faith community is a long tradition at Goshen College. Though we will engage a variety of singing styles as worship throughout the year, today’s chapel will help us explore “hymn singing” as a way to connect with God and each other.
John D. Roth is professor of history and director of the Mennonite Historical Library.