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Chapel is a weekly campus wide worship service that typically meets on Tuesday mornings at 11:10am in the sanctuary of First Free Methodist Church. This service provides a space for all members of the SPU community (students, faculty, and staff) to worship and learn the Christian story together.

Services consist of corporate worship through song, scripture reading, prayer, and a sermon or testimony by a special guest. Each year we explore the Scriptures and our Christian faith from a variety of perspectives, drawing on the expertise of our own campus community as well as representatives from the larger global Christian community.

Gather is an Associated Students of Seattle Pacific ministry team consisting of artists and musicians that help facilitate worship for the SPU community.  The team primarily serves during the weekly Tuesday morning Chapel service, but can be seen around campus in a vareity of contexts providing music and art for various worship gatherings throughout the year.

Ways to Connect:

  • Meet the 2015-2016 Gather Ministry Team.
  • You can follow Gather on social media at Instagram.
  • If you would like to submit a prayer request, email us here.
  • If you are interested in serving alongside the 2015-2016 Gather Ministry Team, email us here.

 

Winter 2016 -Reconciliation

Tuesdays, 11:10am, First Free Methodist Church Sanctuary (unless otherwise noted)

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Date

Speaker

Information
Tue, 01/05

Tali Hairston

Director, John Perkins Center

Tali Hairston, Director of the John Perkins Center will be sharing a theology of reconciliation with us today.

Tue, 01/12

Jessica Hsieh

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft

 

Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft, Jessica Hsieh, will be sharing her testimony of reconciliation.  She will be joined by Compassion International Artist, Water Within who will be leading us in worship today. 
Tue, 01/19

Alex Gee

Sr. Pastor of Fountain of Life Covenant Church & President/ Founder of the Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership Development

Alex Gee, Sr. Pastor of Fountain of Life Covenant Church will be sharing with us today, on this special Martin Luther King Jr. Chapel. Associate Professor of Music and Director of the Center for Worship, Stephen Newby will be leading us in worship today. 

Offices will be closed.

Following Chapel, Rev. Gee will have a time of Q & A with students at 12:15pm in the Fine Center.  Join us for a time of fellowship with the speaker around a meal hosted by Sharpen.

Tue, 01/26

Matt Whitehead

Conference Superintendent, Free Methodist Church

Matt Whitehead, the Pacific Northwest Conference Superintendent of the Free Methodist Church, will be sharing with us today on the topic of reconciliation.

Tue, 02/02

 

Laura Holmes

Assistant Professor of New Testament

Laura Holmes, Assistant Professor of New Testament, and writer of this quarter's LECTIO will be sharing with us today from the Gospel of Mark.

Tue, 02/09

Soong-Chan Rah

Professor of Church Growth and Evangelism, North Park Theological Seminary

Soong-Chan Rah, Professor of Church Growth and Evangelism at North Park Theological Seminary and author of Prophetic Lamentation will be sharing with us today.

At 1:00pm Dr. Rah will speak on "Pastoral Implications of Racial Reconciliation and the Church" at a Church Leaders Forum in the Fine Center.  All are welcome to attend!

Wed, 02/10

Ash Wednesday Service

12:30 pm

Ash Wednesday is the beginning of the Christian season of Lent, which prepares our hearts for the good news of Easter.  Join us as we sing and reflect together.

Tue, 02/16

 

Lina Thompson

Pastor, Lake Burien Presbyterian Church & World Vision

Lina Thompson, Pastor of Lake Burien Presbyterian Church will be sharing with us today on the topic of reconciliation.
Tue, 02/23

Brenda Salter McNeil

Associate Professor of Reconciliation Studies; Director of Reconciliation Studies

Brenda Salter McNeil, Associate Professor and Director of the Reconciliation Studies Minor, and author of Roadmap to Reconciliation will be sharing with us today.

At 1:00pm Dr. Salter-McNeil will speak on "Pastoral Implications of Racial Reconciliation and the Church" at a Church Leaders Forum in the Fine Center.  All ages are welcome.

Tue, 03/01

Jenny Yang

Vice President of Advocacy & Policy, World Relief

Jenny Yang, Vice President of Advocacy & Policy at World Relief will be sharing with us today on the topic of immigration and the refugee crisis.

Following Chapel, Mrs. Yang will have a time of Q & A with students at 12:15pm in the Fine Center.  Join us for a time of fellowship with the speaker around a meal hosted by Sharpen.

Tue, 03/08

Bo Lim

University Chaplain

University Chaplain, Bo Lim will lead us in a special Closing Communion service today.  The Gather Worship Team will lead us in an extended time of worship through music and corporate reflection.

Offices will be closed. 

* The Gather ministry team is a collaborative partnership between the Office of Christian Community and Ministry (OCCM) and the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific.