Chapel at SPU

Chapel Schedule: Spring Quarter 2022

Tuesdays at 11:10 a.m., Upper Gwinn Commons

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Lisa Ishihara

TUESDAY, MAR. 29

Rev. Lisa Ishihara + Communion
University Chaplain

Opening Spring Quarter
 


Kelsey Rorem, UMin Staff

TUESDAY, APR. 5

Rev. Kelsey Rorem
Associate Chaplain

Prayer & Communion
 


Dr. Doug Strong

TUESDAY, APR. 12

Dr. Doug Strong
Paul T. Walls Professor of Wesleyan Studies, Professor of the History of Christianity

Prayer & Communion


TUESDAY, APR. 19
All-University Chapel

Rev. Shalom Agtarap
Pastor, First United Methodist Church of Tacoma

Resurrection Week


TUESDAY, APR. 26

All-University Chapel
16th Annual Perkins Lecture | Imagine CCDA

Dr. Joyce del Rosario

Morning Plenary
"It's Time to Tip"
Dr. Joyce del Rosario
11 a.m., Upper Gwinn Commons

Dr. Joyce del Rosario
After serving over 20 years in urban youth ministry, Dr. Joyce del Rosario is now an assistant Professor at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA.
Previously, she was the Executive Director of New Creation Home Ministries, a residential and outreach program for teen moms and an area director for Young Life where she worked with low income and immigrant communities. She is an active and outstanding preacher and speaker. Joyce also served as a national board member for CCDA. She holds her MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary and her PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary School of Intercultural Studies. Her research special interests include urban and multiethnic youth ministry, social justice and racial reconciliation, theological anthropology, marginalized women, and postcolonial Filipino-American theology. Her favorite activity is sharing delicious food with friends and family.

Lenore Three Stars

Evening Plenary
Lenore Three Stars
6:30 p.m., Upper Gwinn Commons

Lenore Three Stars
Lenore was born on Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, where her father was born. Her mother is Minnecoujou Lakota from the Cheyenne River Reservation, S.D. She earned her BA from Fort Lewis College in Colorado, then completed a civil rights career in Seattle, Washington. She retired and moved to Spokane to be an active unci (grandmother) to her two takojas (grandkids), and began her graduate studies. Lenore earned an M.A. through the North American Institute of Indigenous Theological Studies, at Portland Seminary/George Fox University in Oregon. Lenore services as a facilitator for the annual Journey to Mosaic, a faith-based racial reconciliation experience in the Pacific Northwest. She speaks and writes from a Native perspective on decolonizing theology and racial reconciliation, and serves on boards related to her interests in justice, the local community, Indigenous issues, and a discipleship of creation care.


TUESDAY, MAY 3

Kristyn Komarnicki
Director, Oriented to Love, Christians for Social Action

“A Story of Becoming”

This Tuesday we join with SPU In One Room’s Transforming Conflict Through Curiosity Conversation. Guest speaker, Kristyn Komarnicki, is director of dialogue and convening at Christians for Social Action (CSA). The creator of CSA’s Oriented to Love dialogues about sexual/gender diversity in the church, Kristyn gathers Christians of different sexual orientations, gender identities, and theological convictions together so they can begin to know, understand, and love each other, in search of a unity that is deeper than agreement. Kristyn says she enjoys helping people have more generative conversations, reframing conflict not as something to be feared or avoided, but as an opportunity for maturing in Christ.


Jeff Keuss

TUESDAY, MAY 10

Dr. Jeff Keuss
Professor of Christian Ministry, Theology, and Culture

Prayer & Communion



Sara Koenig

TUESDAY, MAY 17

Dr. Sara Koenig
Professor of Biblical Studies

Prayer & Communion
 


Michael Langford

TUESDAY, MAY 24

Dr. Mike Langford
Professor of Theology, Discipleship, and Ministry

Prayer & Communion
 


SPU Arch Tiffany Loop

TUESDAY, MAY 31
All-University Chapel

Celebration Chapel & Reception

Reception in Martin Square

Campus Ministries Staff

From spiritual formation, to pastoral care, to gathering in worship, the Campus Ministries staff are talented and compassionate in their ministry roles.

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