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Ever Evolving Essay

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Eastern Mennonite SeminaryChapel Schedule: 2013 - 2014JanuaryTuesday, January 7: Seminary Spring ConvocationThursday, January 9: Gathering Epiphany: Sharing Story and Bread at the TableTuesday, January 14: Hynms and SongsThursday, January 16: Prayer for Christian Unity - with FocolareTuesday, January 21: School for Leadership Training 2014Thursday, January 23: No ChapelTuesday, January 28: TaizeThursday, January 30: Loren Swartzendruber - EMU discernmentFebruaryTuesday, February 4: Take our Moments and Our DaysThursday, February 6: Candidate sharing- Emily Peck-McClainTuesday, February 11: Prayer and the Table ...view middle of the document...

Myers, Will Lead us in Prayer? Lenten lunch and conversation to followTuesday, March 25: Dr. Cherith Fee Nordling"The Glory of the Children of God: Spirit-Empowered Resurrection or Immortality of the Soul?" Romans 8:1-4/9b-11/16-24a Lunch forum to followThursday, March 27: KrisAnne Swartly (EMU visiting pastor) - Lenten lunch to followAprilTuesday, April 1: (Possible Chapel Sarah Payne - Spirituality and Art)Thursday, April 3: Handling life and death: an inter-play of Sword and SpiritEMS student Larry FriedlandTuesday, April 8: Praying with women of the Bible - Laura AmstutzWednesday, April 9 - Narrative day - Lizzette Hernandez ((brown bag with dessert)Thursday, April 10: Julian of Norwich: - Lindsay Davis/Maria Christine Meyer Byler Lenten lunch to followTuesday, April 15:Thursday, April 17: Taize - Maunday Thursday - Lenten lunch to followExam Week: No chapelsG\Linda/2008-2009 Chapel Schedule.doc

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