Join us as we engage the Advent Season through Scripture and Song.
Archives for 2015
With Alma Flores, Noemi Salvador, Malcolm Aquini, and Maddie Birky
With Thanksgiving around the corner, our hearts and thoughts turn toward an attitude of thankfulness. Come and express your gratitude through worship.
An intergenerational chapel service filled with students and grandparents, followed by a reception (food!).
Students from our 2015 Inquiry Programs (Camping, Ministry, Service) will share highlights and transformative moments of this past summer. And, learn how you can apply for 2016 summer Inquiry Programs.
Terri Russ is Associate Professor of Communication Studies at St. Mary’s College.
Come and be at rest in the knowledge that God cares for you. There will be a time of anointing as we relinquish our pains, worries, and challenges over to God.
Laurel Woodward Breckbill, Student Life Intern for this academic year, will share aspects of her faith journey. You’ll not want to miss hearing from her, a 2013 GC grad!
Come and pick up ideas for how you might consider nurturing your own faith as a college student. Our student Worship Assistants will share the variety of ways they have each worked at this in their own lives.
Join us for our first chapel of the year. Bob Yoder, campus pastor will speak on “Centered in Christ,” the 2015- 16 Campus Ministries theme.
This all campus event includes a welcome to the new school year, an introduction of this year’s core value theme by President Brenneman, special music, and the annual welcome tunnel. Required for all students as you begin your convo/chapel experience.
A GC tradition: your chance to shout out your favorite hymn to sing in the last chapel of the semester.
Seniors will tell us what was significant in their college experience.
A time to prepare ourselves as we enter Holy Week and reflect on Jesus’s last earthly week that included his suffering, trial, death, and resurrection.
Today’s chapel focus is “Hope in Christ.” Short messages will be shared by students Monica Miller and Karina Flores, and accounting professor Andrew Hartzler. Join us as we sing together and reflect on the distractions that separate us from God.