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On Perseverance . . .

Rivers know this: there is no hurry.

We shall get there some day.

~ A.A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh

 

Let us not become weary in doing good,

for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.

~ Galatians 6:9

As we begin week #3, classes are in full swing and one’s schedule begins to take shape in a more predictable way. But it can also feel as though the whole term is still stretching out before you. How will you finish all those papers and projects? When will you get all that reading done? Will it be possible to find time to hang out with old friends or meet new ones? Or maybe this term is lighter for you and the challenge is figuring out how to best use the spare time you DO have to explore new hobbies, service opportunities and perhaps parts of Eugene or Oregon that you haven’t yet ventured out to see yet. In either case, it is easy to feel like there is a clock ticking as the term quickly begins to move along. I encourage you to take a deep breath and remember that while it is important to use the time you have wisely, this educational journey, as well as the larger journey of life, is just that – a journey. This part of the path is important, but it is one part of a larger whole. So don’t put yourself under too much stress – remember to enjoy what you are learning, who you are meeting, the challenges you are facing. Take a moment to help someone else to get some perspective on what is happening in your own life. Remember to get outside and breathe in the amazing fall weather (especially since it still isn’t raining?!?!). And if you begin to feel a little stressed, stop and take a minute to remember that it will all get done, one step at a time. And most especially remember you aren’t in this alone – you are loved by God and we are praying for you every day!

Below are some opportunities here at the KCenter and beyond to connect with others this week, we hope to see YOU!

MONDAY 

7 – 9pm – Badminton @ Central Presbyterian Church (corner of 15th & Patterson, enter off the alley). For $3 you can play badminton, work of some stress, and meet some community members. It’s a great, active study break!

TUESDAY

7-8ish PM – Tuesdays Together A time to hang out play, pray, laugh and learn together. Come join us for snacks and fellowship @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building)

WEDNESDAY

2-3:30 pm Campus Pastor Office Hours @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building) Feel free to come by, hang out, chat, get a snack, etc.

FRIDAY

3-5 pm Campus Pastor Office Hours @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building) Feel free to come by, hang out, chat, get a snack, etc.

SUNDAY

10-11am Worship  @ Central Presbyterian Church (Corner of 15th & Patterson)

10-11am Worship  @ Westminster Presbyterian Church (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)

7pm – Student Interactive Worship with Communion @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building)

MONDAY

10am – 12noon Campus Pastor Office Hours @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building) Feel free to come by, hang out, chat, get a snack, etc.

7 – 9pm – Badminton @ Central Presbyterian Church (corner of 15th & Patterson, enter off the alley). For $3 you can play badminton, work of some stress, and meet some community members. It’s a great, active study break!

Peace y’all, Jen

Fear Not

Don’t fear, because I am with you;
don’t be afraid, for I am your God.
   

 I will strengthen you,
   

 I will surely help you;
   

 I will hold you with my righteous strong hand. 

                                    Isaiah 41:10

 

Don’t fear failure so much that you refuse to try new things.

The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions:

could have,

might have,

& should have.

~ Louis E. Boone   

 

 

Hello from the KCenter!

You made it through the first week of school and have gotten all your syllabi. Now is when the fun begins, eh? Papers, quizzes, tests, readings, labs, group projects . . . not to mention all of the opportunities you have to explore things outside of classes. Everything from joining a club sport to doing an internship to auditioning for a play, and that’s just the beginning. With so many opportunities the start of a term can be pretty overwhelming. I know the news of last week only added to the stress for many of you. I encourage you to take a moment. Stop. Take a deep breath. Maybe do that a few times. Now look at your calendar and find a time when you can do something that ISN’T on your syllabi. It is easy to get overwhelmed and even afraid when you have so much to do and then the news around you is filled with sadness. By connecting with others we can share what is going on in your heads and hearts and find ways to move forward together.

 

It is our prayer for YOU that this term you will take the time to try some new things, meet some new people and in so doing take care of your whole self. It is easy to let the fear of a new thing keep you from taking that chance, going to that meeting, inviting someone to go on a hike with our, or trying out a different way of expressing yourself. But it is through relationships and experiences that you will learn and grow and discover, just as much as you will in your studies. We believe God has much to teach us in and through one another, so don’t be afraid to try, to say hello, to look up from your phone and smile at someone new. And remember, we are here if you need or want a non-judgmental place to unwind, vent, have a cup of tea or find a moment of peace in the chaos.

 

Below are some opportunities here at the KCenter and beyond to connect with others this week:

 

TUESDAY

7-8ish PM – Tuesdays Together

A time to hang out play, pray, laugh and learn together. Come join us for snacks and fellowship @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building)

 

WEDNESDAY

2-3:30 pm

Campus Pastor Office Hours @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building) Feel free to come by, hang out, chat, get a snack, etc.

 

FRIDAY

3-5 pm

Campus Pastor Office Hours @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building)

Feel free to come by, hang out, chat, get a snack, etc.

 

SUNDAY

10-11am Worship  @ Central Presbyterian Church (Corner of 15th & Patterson)

10-11am Worship  @ Westminster Presbyterian Church (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)

 

7pm – Student Interactive Worship with Communion @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building)

 

MONDAY

10am – 12noon Campus Pastor Office Hours @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building) Feel free to come by, hang out, chat, get a snack, etc.

 

7 – 9pm – Badminton @ Central Presbyterian Church (corner of 15th & Patterson, enter off the alley). For $3 you can play badminton, work of some stress, and meet some community members. It’s a great, active study break!

 

Peace y’all,

Jen

Beginnings

Genuine beginnings begin within us,

even when they are brought to our attention

by external opportunities. ~ William Throsby Bridges

 

I am about to do a new thing;

now it springs forth,

do you not perceive it?

I will make a way in the wilderness

and rivers in the desert. ~ Isaiah 43:19

 

Welcome to the School Year!

Some of you are returning to work on or complete a degree, others are just at the beginning of your program. But all of us are at the beginning of this school year and the fall term Any transition brings with it challenges, grief, and celebration. It is my prayer for you that the joy outweighs the hardship. I also pray as the new school year begins in addition to learning new things in the classroom, meeting new people and taking full advantage of the scholastic opportunities offered here, you will also take the time to explore the beginnings within, the unexpected “new things” God might be doing within you in and through and beyond all the classes, relationships and experiences you will be having this year. Truly each one of you has something to offer than no one else can – just by being the best you possible. Seize this opportunity to grow!

 

Below is a quick list of some opportunities available at the Koinonia Center and beyond in the coming week. I hope we get to see you and hear your stories of this first week.

 

TUESDAY

7-8ish PM – Tuesdays Together

A time to hang out play, pray, laugh and learn together. Come join us for snacks and fellowship @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building)

 

WEDNESDAY

2-3:30 pm

Campus Pastor Office Hours @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building) Feel free to come by, hang out, chat, get a snack, etc.

 

THURSDAY

Habitat for Humanity – If you are free during the day this Thursday and are interested in helping out with a Habitat build, we have some openings for an interfaith build. I need to notify the work site coordinator ASAP, so if you can/want to do this please reply to this email by Tuesday morning (tomorrow) at 8am.

 

FRIDAY

3-5 pm

Campus Pastor Office Hours @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building)

Feel free to come by, hang out, chat, get a snack, etc.

 

7pm First Friday Film @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building)

Join us for a FREE movie with FREE popcorn and FREE fun! This month we’ll be showing “Little Boy”. Check out the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_BdzqsIX6A

 

 

SATURDAY

Rummage Sale 9am-3pm @ Central Presbyterian Church (Corner of 15th & Patterson) – still need a few things to make your dorm or apartment feel cozy? Come get a deal!

 

SUNDAY

10-11am Worship @ Central Presbyterian Church (Corner of 15th & Patterson)

 

7pm – Student Interactive Worship with Communion@ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building)

 

MONDAY

10am – 12noon Campus Pastor Office Hours @ the KCenter (14th & Kincaid in the K14 building) Feel free to come by, hang out, chat, get a snack, etc.

 

Peace y’all,

Jen

 

 

 

 

Open Eyes

Our Lord has written the promise of the resurrection, 
not in books alone, but in every leaf in spring-time.  
– Martin Luther
Then their eyes were opened and they recognized Jesus.  – Luke 24:31a
Happy Easter Y’all! 
Welcome back to the spring term! I hope you had a great week of rest and relaxation. I also hope you had time to reflect and worship during Holy Week and that your Easter weekend was filled with signs of resurrection hope!  I know we don’t really have a calendar date for the first Easter, but I’m glad that the wise folks who set up our church calendar chose to celebrate the resurrection during springtime. I agree with Luther’s sentiment above – it is hard to ignore the promise of hope and new life when surrounded by signs of greening gardens, blossoming trees and blooming flowers. Each bit of color adds hope and a bit of joy. While the long winter can hold promises of a quieter nature, encouraging us to have hope in the midst of long dark nights, reminding us to look for stars and in-breaking Light, the Spring time seems to be boldly, in-your-face, SHOUTING the promise of LIFE abundant!!! I hope and pray that we have eyes to see signs of the Risen Lord all around us.

As we kick off this term, bring your calendars with you so that we can firm up dates for a retreat, set up weekly Bible Study (or maybe even revive Presby Pub), and also you can let me know the best times to be in the coffee shop – it’s all up to you. Let me know what YOU want this spring! 

In the meantime, I’ll be holding you all in my prayers and looking forward to catching up soon!  

Alleluia, Christ is Risen!  Christ is Risen Indeed! Alleluia!

Easter blessings,
Jen
Tuesday, April 2
5:30 pm  Supper with Substance – We’ll meet at Central Presbyterian’s Parlor (corner of 15th & Patterson, enter off the alley).  This week we’ll enjoy some yummy food from Soup Nation and catch up with one another after spring break!
Wednesday, April 3
6:15  – 7:30 pm Worship on Wednesdays –  Westminster Presbyterian located at the corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads.  Worship on Wednesday, or WOW for short, is a great opportunity to share a meal and a brief worship service in an informal, friendly and personal setting.  Each Wednesday, dinner is served at 6:15 in Fellowship Hall , and a 20-30 minute worship experience begins a 7:00.  Each week of the month there is a different worship experience AND students eat dinner for free.
Sunday, April 7
10am – Worship at Central Presbyterian (15th & Patterson) 
10am  – Worship at Peace Presbyterian (3060 River Road)
10am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)

Knowledge & Wisdom & Wonder

The ultimate ground of faith and knowledge is confidence in God.

~ Charles Hodge


Wisdom begins with the fear of the Lord, 
but fools despise wisdom and instruction. 
~Proverbs 1:7

The possession of knowledge does not kill the sense of wonder and mystery. 
There is always more mystery.~ Anais Nin

 

I’ve been thinking a lot this week about wisdom and knowledge. I think you gain both in this season of your life. Knowledge is what you’ll be tested on in the coming weeks. How much have you learned about the subjects you’ve been studying and how can you show that knowledge to your instructors – that is the stuff of week #10 and exam week. Knowledge is a deeper knowing. It has to do with how you will use what you have learned, how you will integrate it into who you are and how you are in the world. This is sometimes learned in the classroom, and is often learned out of it – in interactions with others, in figuring out how you will spend your time, energy, money and talents. In making decisions about your life in the present, as well as those that will affect your future. Wisdom is about how has what you learned changes you.  It makes you ask, how will you use this knowledge to serve others as you reach out now and in the years to come?

And then there is wonder. I fear sometimes that during this time of the term, you get to a place where your mind is full, and your body is tired, and you can’t imagine ever again being curious enough to want to take in any more information about anything ever again! Happily, once you finish up with the exams and papers and presentations, and have a chance to catch your breath, that feeling of wonder has a chance to return. The timing of this term is especially good for this return to wonder, because as it ends the season of Advent begins. It is a time of watching and waiting and it is indeed wonder-filled.

My prayer for you is for focus and peace as you enter these last weeks of the term and for true rest and a chance to wonder at the world and its many mysteries during the season of Advent. 

Below are some opportunities to get together with one another before the break as well as worship opportunities at the local churches. I truly hope to see each of you in the coming weeks.

Peace y’all,  Jen

Tuesday, November 27 
5:30 pm  Supper with Substance – We’ll meet at CENTRAL PRES (corner of 15th & Patterson, enter off the alley).  Following dinner we’ll have time to talk and pray together.

Wednesday, November 28
6:00pm -7ish- Worship on Wednesdays @ Westminster – located at the corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads. This is a short mid-week contemplative worship service. If you wish, there is also a light meal before the service which you are welcome to attend – college students eat free. This week they will be using the ancient practice of Lectio Divina. Meal at 6, worship starts around 7. 

6:30pm – Adult Education @ Central Presbyterian Parlor – located at the corner of 15th & Patterson – Local Rabbi Maurice Harris, author of Moses: A Stranger Among  Us will be speaking about the book. Even if you haven’t read it, if you’d like to show up for the conversation, you are more than welcome. 

Thursday, November 29
Final Presby Pub of the Fall – A time of Bible study and conversation for 21+  This week we’ll continue the “moveable feast” so stay tuned to Facebook for details!

Sunday, December 2 – FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
8:30am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)
10am – Worship at Central Presbyterian (15th & Patterson)
10am  – Worship at Peace Presbyterian (3060 River Road)
11am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)
11am – Advent Workshop at Central Presbyterian (15th & Patterson)  – following worship you can join in this intergenerational time for creating advent wreaths, crafts and other projects for the upcoming season. 
Tuesday, December 3 
5:30 pm  Supper with Substance – We’ll meet at CENTRAL PRES (corner of 15th & Patterson, enter off the alley). In addition to enjoying soup, salad & bread from Soup Nation, we’ll enjoy our tradition of decorating (and eating!) Christmas cookies! Bring a container to take some home for study snacks!!!

Wednesday, December 4
6:00pm -7ish- Worship on Wednesdays @ Westminster – located at the corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads. This is a short mid-week contemplative worship service. If you wish, there is also a light meal before the service which you are welcome to attend – college students eat free. Meal at 6, worship starts around 7. 

6:30pm – Adult Education @ Central Presbyterian Parlor 

Sunday, December 9
8:30am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)
10am – Worship at Central Presbyterian (15th & Patterson)  – 
10am  – Worship at Peace Presbyterian (3060 River Road)
11am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)
11am – Fair Trade Christmas Market at Central Presbyterian (15th & Patterson) – if you are still in town, you can take advantage of this opportunity to shop for Christmas and support many farmers and crafters from around the globe. 

Gratitude

Every good gift, every perfect gift , comes from above. 
These gifts come from God, the creator of heavenly lights, 
whose character does not change like shifting shadows. ~ James 1:17

Gratitude opens a crack in consciousness that lets grace in. – Harry Palmer

If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you,
it will be enough. – Meister Echkhart
Here we are friends, the next to the last week of the term or as some call it week #9 or perhaps you prefer to think of it simply as Thanksgiving week.  In any case, while final exams still loom, you have almost completed the work you began not so very long ago in September.  I know many of you are also working hard on applications for summer jobs, internships and graduate school.  But this short week gives us all a chance to take a deep breath before that final week of classes and exams.

Thanksgiving gives a chance to pause in the middle of the hurry and worry and remember all that we have. It gives us a chance to shift focus from all that remains to be done, from all we hope to accomplish, from all that pulls us in a myriad of directions. This holiday gives us the gift of gratitude. It allows us to take notice of all the blessings that surround us. To take this break, or the day, or at least a moment or two during the day to reflect on all we have been given; to remember we are richly blessed; to make the time to count our blessings and give thanks for them. Gratitude is a powerful spiritual discipline. It shifts our focus from what we want, what we do not yet have to what we have been given, what is here now to be enjoyed. It opens our eyes and hearts to those with whom we may share what we have been given. It humbles our hearts as we thank those people, and ultimately our God for providing so richly for us. 

This week I give thanks for each of you and the gifts you bring simply by being who you were created to be. Thank you and thank God for you!

We’ll be gathering Tuesday night for dinner and prayer time before y’all head home for the weekend. I look forward to seeing all of you then. I’ve also listed the Sunday services for the local Presbyterian churches in case you’ll be in Eugene for some or all of the break. 

Peace y’all,
Jennifer
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 19-25, 2012
Tuesday 
5:30 pm  Supper with Substance – We’ll meet again at CENTRAL PRES (corner of 15th & Patterson, enter off the alley) to stay warm. Following dinner we’ll have time to talk and pray together.
Sunday
8:30am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)
10am – Worship at Central Presbyterian (15th & Patterson)
10am  – Worship at Peace Presbyterian (3060 River Road)
11am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)
Rev. Jennifer Martin
Campus Pastor & Executive Director
THE KOINONIA CENTER
Presbyterian Campus Ministry at the University of Oregon
1414 Kincaid
Eugene, OR 97401
cell: 541.221.6527

Laughter

There is little success where there is little laughter.  – Andrew Carnegie

The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.  – ee cummings

Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice. – Philippians 4:4

 A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones. – Proverbs 17:22

Hello all!
Based on the comments I’ve heard from many of you, this is officially “crunch time”! I know you are all super busy with end of term projects and papers AND that you have finals looming quickly after next week’s break. However, in the meantime, it is my hope that in the midst of all of this you find time to stop, enjoy the world around you, and maybe even smile or laugh. Did you know that laughter, in addition to making you feel good in the moment, is actually good for your health? According to my not so extensive research online (cuz everything online is correct, right? But seriously . . .) there are LOTS of benefits to laughing. Did you know a good laugh can:
  • Relieve physical tension and stress even relaxing your muscles for up to 45 minutes after!
  • Lower your blood pressure.
  • Boost your immune system by decreasing stress hormones like adrenalin and cortisol and increasing infection fighting cells like T-cells!
  • Trigger the release of endorphins giving you a sense of well-being and sometimes temporarily easing pain.
  • Dissolve distressing emotions – it’s hard to feel anxious or angry when you’re giggling!
  • Improve alertness, creativity and memory.
  • Help you focus and accomplish more by reducing stress and increasing energy.
  • Give you a new perspective, through humor, creating psychological distance from a problem and helping you avoid feeling threatened or overwhelmed.
  • Increase your memory and learning according to a study at Johns Hopkins University Medical School.
Humor guru William Fry, M.D., of Stanford says that, “Humor and creativity work in similar ways by creating relationships between two disconnected items, you engage the whole brain. Humor works quickly. Less than a half-second after exposure to something funny, an electrical wave moves through the higher brain functions of the cerebral cortex. The Left hemisphere analyzes the words and structures of the joke; the right hemisphere ‘gets’ the joke; the visual sensory area of the occipital lobe creates images; the limbic (emotional) system makes you happier; and the motor sections make you smile or laugh.”
What a gift we have in the ability to find humor in even rather daunting situations. So, I encourage you, if you’re feeling the stress of the term, if you have a challenge to face, if you are feeling crummy – laugh in the face of it all! And what better way to share the yucky and laugh through it all than with friends and in the presence of a God who loves you more than you can imagine? Below is a list of opportunities this week. If you want to chat (or laugh) over a cuppa coffee or tea, gimme a call or text and let’s find a time (my digits are below).  Know that you are each and every one in my prayers.
Peace y’all,
Jennifer

 Week of November 12-16

Tuesday 
5:30 pm  Supper with Substance – We’ll meet again at CENTRAL PRES (corner of 15th & Patterson, enter off the alley) to stay warm. This week we’ll be laughing together and enjoying a yummy meal of soup and bread. Following dinner we’ll have time to talk and pray together.
Wednesday
6:00pm -7ish- Worship on Wednesdays @ Westminster – located at the corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads. This is a short mid-week contemplative worship service. If you wish, there is also a light meal before the service which you are welcome to attend – college students eat free. Meal at 6, worship starts around 7.
6:30pm – Adult Education @ Central Presbyterian Parlor – located at the corner of 15th & Patterson – They are beginning a study of the book Moses: A Stranger Among  Us by local Rabbi Maurice Harris. Even if you haven’t read the book, if you’d like to show up for the conversation, you are more than welcome.
Thursday
Presby Pub – A time of Bible study and conversation for 21+  This week we’ll continue the “moveable feast” so stay tuned to Facebook for details!
Sunday
8:30am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)
10am – Worship at Central Presbyterian (15th & Patterson)  – Potluck following worship  – free lunch for students. Church will provide soup and members will bring salads and bread.
10am  – Worship at Peace Presbyterian (3060 River Road)
11am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)
Coming up:
THANKSGIVING – if you will be in Eugene for the brief break and are looking for a feast to join that Thursday, let me know!
Message sent by
Rev. Jennifer Martin
Campus Pastor & Executive Director
THE KOINONIA CENTER
Presbyterian Campus Ministry at the University of Oregon
1414 Kincaid
Eugene, OR 97401
cell: 541.221.6527


Little things

Many waters cannot quench love,neither can floods drown it.
– Song of Songs 8:7a

The doing of something productive regardless of the outcome is an act of faith. The doing of a small something when a large something is too much for us is perhaps especially an act of faith. Faith means going forward by whatever means we can. – Julia Cameron

I hope you made it through this weekend that marks the very middle of the term well and are ready to move forward with perseverence.  In the midst of mid-terms and grad school applications, of tests and papers and piles of reading, we hear reports of a super-storm and its after-effects on the east coast and a major earthquake in Canada with tsunami – like after shocks as far reaching as Hawaii and Alaska. Sometimes, it is easy to feel like the problems in our own life, much less those of the world, are too big and we are so very small. Remember that we are not called to fix everything alone. We are called, rather to be the people we were created to be to the best of our ability and to love as much as we can  and to all of that in community. It may feel small, but whatever we do, offered in love, really does make a difference. So,  do what you can, even if it feels small in the face of big problems, issues, situations, etc. Whether that means doing your best as a student, or helping out a friend, or offering a prayer for those in need – do it in love, as an act of faith, trusting that God will use what you offer to bless others. As we pray for those affected by storms, whether they are of the wind and rain variety or the kind brought on by stress, depression, anxiety, fear, addiction or broken relationships – remember that while we might feel small, the God we serve is bigger than all of our concerns and has promised peace and love and hope.
There are some opportunities to get together with other folks this week listed below. If none of those work for you, gimme a call and let’s grab a cuppa!
Blessings y’all,
Jen

WEEK OF OCTOBER 29 – NOVEMBER 4 

Tuesday 
5:30 pm  Supper with Substance – We’ll meet again at CENTRAL PRES (corner of 15th & Patterson, enter off the alley) to stay warm. We’ll enjoy a yummy meal cooked by K-Center Alums Trevor & Laura Whitbread!  Following dinner we’ll have time to talk and pray together and enjoy some seasonal treats (no tricks :-)!
Wednesday
6:00pm -7ish- Worship on Wednesdays @ Westminster – located at the corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads. This is a short mid-week contemplative worship service. If you wish, there is also a light meal before the service which you are welcome to attend – college students eat free. Meal at 6, worship starts around 7.
Thursday
10pm -??? – Presby Pub Night  – all students 21+ join us for Bible Study and conversation at the 19th Street McMenamin’s – happy hour is dutch treat!
Friday
2 – 3:30ishBUZZZZZZ hours  – come by the coffeehouse in the basement of the EMU for a coffee, tea, etc. and some conversatiion.
Sunday
8:30am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)
10am – Worship at Central Presbyterian (15th & Patterson)  – Potluck following worship  – free lunch for students. Church will provide soup and members will bring salads and bread.
10am  – Worship at Peace Presbyterian (3060 River Road)
11am -Worship at Westminster Presbyterian (Corner of Coburg & Harlow Roads)