Reflecting on the Death and Resurrection of Jesus
There are many activities taking place on campus during this season, but none is more important than our annual period of reflection on the death and resurrection of Jesus.
At the gather and group worship services this week we will continue in our study of the book of Revelation. In its own powerful way, this text provides an enduring witness to the reign of the crucified and risen Messiah. Also, check your email for a series of short video devotionals that we will be sending out to help our campus collectively reflect on the meaning of this week's events.
Finally, please consider joining us for SPU's annual Good Friday service, 12:30pm in First Free Methodist Church. Campus will close at noon on Friday.
Good Friday Service
Friday, April 18
First Free Methodist Church
Other opportunities this week:
Let's Talk about Sex, Faith, and Relationships
For the next 10 days, you are invited to join us for a series of special events that explore these critical aspects of all our lives. For a complete list of events, visit the LTASFR website. Brought to you by ASSP, University Ministries, and Student Life.
Grow: prayer and worshipEach Monday evening from 7-9pm, the Relinquish prayer ministry invites you to join them for an event called Grow. Grow takes place in The Room (located in First Free Methodist Church's Fine Center - just off of W. Cremona St.). Drop in for any amount of time, and join with other students who are passionate about experiencing the presence of God in open worship and intercessory prayer.
Tue, Apr 15
Eugene Lemcio, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of New Testament
11:10am, First Free Methodist Church
Wed, Apr 16
Revelation 1-3 (Part 2)
8:30pm, Upper Gwinn
Fri, Apr 18
Good Friday Service
12:30pm, First Free Methodist Church
* campus closes at noon for Good Friday
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