Engage With the SPU Community


We invite you to join us for live and in-person theatre, music, lectures, and art events. Want to know what's coming up? Sign up to receive Engage Events quarterly email updates or revisit this website often!

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Percussion Ensemble Concert
Thursday, Mar. 7, 2024

The ensemble's free Winter Concert at 7:30 p.m. in E.E. Bach Theater in McKinley Hall includes works by Joel Smales, Mark Ford, Kyle H. Peters, Earl Hatch, Mitchel Peters and Jim Casella, and features solo performances by SPU students Spencer Long, James Loffink and Olivia Callen.

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Conference for P–12 Educators
Saturday, Mar. 9, 2024 

Seattle Pacific’s School of Education hosts "Fostering Educational Justice: Promoting a Sense of Belonging for Each and Every Individual," a free virtual event. Clock hours available for Washington state educators.

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Mixed media installation
Through March 8, 2024

Seattle Pacific Art Center Gallery hosts a site-specific sculptural installation by guest artist Daniel Chang, a designer, illustrator, and educator based in Southern California. His work incorporates illustrated images, designed artifacts, crafted objects, and social interactions.

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The Prudential Means of Grace: Arts for Holy Living
Wednesday, April 17, 2024

What if pastors and churches encouraged Christians to learn and practice specific skills and arts that they knew would help expand love for God and neighbor? John Wesley promoted such habitual routines and behaviors that enhanced holy living, which he called the "prudential means of grace."

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Parking and Directions

Guests may park in campus commuter parking lots (with the exception of the S lot) after 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and anytime Saturday and Sunday. Parking is also available on local residential streets as marked.

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