Getting involved ...

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Tuesdays, 8pm, LIBERAtE Worship Service (PLSU 400 Union Club)

      In partnership with The Field, we gather for a worship service that explores faith

      through a lens of justice and inclusion. Bring your faith, your doubts, your questions,

      and your friends! LIBERAtE is a welcoming space for all who seek community,

      personal growth, and/or spiritual formation, regardless of what you believe or don't

      believe, and for people of every race, nationality, differing ability, and sexual and

      gender idientity. ALL are welcome! 

Thursdays, 4-5pm, Faithful Conversations (PSU 314)

Topical conversations at the intersections of faith,life, vocation, and community. We always start with a check-in that we call highs and lows, and sometimes we stay there, just talking through whatever folks need to talk about. Other times we move on to a timely topic and explore it together. This is a great place to find and nurture supportive friendships. 

Sundays, 6-8pm, Sunday Night Food & Fun Dinner (E-House 630 E Grand)

Join us for our Sunday night dinners! For many of our students, this is a weekly family dinner - a place to feed your body and your spirit. No agenda, just food, friends, and fun. It's a low-key gathering to feed your body, mind, and soul. 

Mondays, 8pm, Queer Film Club (E-House 630 E Grand)

      Join Queer Film Club at the E-House to watch and discuss important pieces of queer

      cinema. Each week we will be alternating more upbeat, happy movies with sadder,

      grittier ones. We will also get an opportunity to write, pitch, and possibly produce a

      short film together! Come and be merry! Be Gay! Bring snacks!

       

We want to get to know you! 

Fill out the form below to RSVP to an event, or just to stay up to date on what's going on with Ekklesia and to get the details on upcoming events. If you have questions, just put them in the message box and we'll get back to you with answers. 

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"We have been called to heal wounds, to unite what has fallen apart, and to bring home those who have lost their way." 

Francis of Assisi