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  • Community Chapel – Senior Chapel
    11:35 AM-12:10 PM
    2017.02.02

    Thursday 11:35-12:10

    Peggy Ludlow, Senior Mdiv. (UCC), leading.

    Senior Mdiv. students are invited to give their final chapel for the community. This is an opportunity to capture where they have come on their journey, where they right now, and what they are being led to in the future.

    Chapel service is open to the public. 

    It is an expression of our diverse community. Because of this, our worship will be an ongoing dialogue between particular traditions, ecumenical endeavors, and interfaith unity. Some services may be outside one’s practice. At those times, we invite all to engage in the ritual and choices made in constructing the worship that stems from a deep, authentic yearning to engage with the holy. The resonance and dissonance of other traditions may assist us in reflecting on our own journey of faith. At United, we believe this opportunity is a rare gift that can lead us to engage one another more profoundly and discover how our paths are woven together.

    “Our [worship is] where we dip our tired bodies in cool springs of hope, where we retain our wholeness and humanity despite the blows of death.”                                                                                 -Richard Wright Twelve Million Voices

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  • Community Chapel – Celebrating Black History Month
    11:35 AM-12:10 PM
    2017.02.09

    Thursday 11:35-12:10

    The Center for Black Church Leadership is sponsoring a worship service in celebration of Black History Month. The Rev. Stacey L. Smith (UTS ’14), pastor of St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church, in St. Paul, MN, will be preaching.

     

     

    Chapel service is open to the public. 

    It is an expression of our diverse community. Because of this, our worship will be an ongoing dialogue between particular traditions, ecumenical endeavors, and interfaith unity. Some services may be outside one’s practice. At those times, we invite all to engage in the ritual and choices made in constructing the worship that stems from a deep, authentic yearning to engage with the holy. The resonance and dissonance of other traditions may assist us in reflecting on our own journey of faith. At United, we believe this opportunity is a rare gift that can lead us to engage one another more profoundly and discover how our paths are woven together.

    “Our [worship is] where we dip our tired bodies in cool springs of hope, where we retain our wholeness and humanity despite the blows of death.”                                                                                 -Richard Wright Twelve Million Voices

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  • Community Chapel – Senior Chapel
    11:35 AM-12:10 PM
    2017.02.16

    Thursday 11:35-12:10

    Sheri Nelson Senior Mdiv. (UCC), leading.

    Senior Mdiv. students are invited to give their final chapel for the community. This is an opportunity to capture where they have come on their journey, where they right now, and what they are being led to in the future.

     

    Chapel service is open to the public. 

    It is an expression of our diverse community. Because of this, our worship will be an ongoing dialogue between particular traditions, ecumenical endeavors, and interfaith unity. Some services may be outside one’s practice. At those times, we invite all to engage in the ritual and choices made in constructing the worship that stems from a deep, authentic yearning to engage with the holy. The resonance and dissonance of other traditions may assist us in reflecting on our own journey of faith. At United, we believe this opportunity is a rare gift that can lead us to engage one another more profoundly and discover how our paths are woven together.

    “Our [worship is] where we dip our tired bodies in cool springs of hope, where we retain our wholeness and humanity despite the blows of death.”                                                                                 -Richard Wright Twelve Million Voices

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  • Why Theological Education?
    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    2017.02.24
    Springhouse Ministries

    Springhouse Ministries

    Ministry isn’t just for the pulpit anymore. Theological education can inform your work in life-giving ways, whether you’re called to be a non-profit leader, social entrepreneur, scholar, artist, activist, or church leader. Join us for pizza, a panel discussion, and a discerning conversation about the future of theological education…and if it’s right for you.

    REGISTER NOW

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