Getting involved ...
Tuesdays, 8pm, LIBERAtE Worship Service (PLSU 400 Union Club)
Come experience this new Christian worship where everyone is welcome, all voices are important, all faith traditions and worldviews are honored, and your doubts and questions are a welcome element of the sacred experience. This is a great time to take an hour out of your studies, to breathe, to sing, to pray, and to open your ears, eyes, hearts, and minds to divine call and to make connections
with new friends.
Wednesdays, Noon, BYO Lunch & Bible Study (PLSU 312)
Stay tuned for details to come!
Thursdays, 4pm, Faithful Conversations (PSU 314)
This weekly discussion group explores topics that are chosen by the group that gathers. At the beginning of each semester, we spend some time getting to know each other and learn about our faith backgrounds and interests. Once we know who's in the room, we can get to work thinking about what topics we'll explore. Bring all your questions, passions, doubts and curiosities. "Doubts and loves dig up the world." (Yehuda Amichai) Let's start digging!
Sundays, 6-8pm, Sunday Night Food & Fun Dinner (E-House 630 E Grand)
Sunday nights are family dinner time! It's a low-key gathering to feed your body, mind, and soul. We hope this will be the first of many Sunday night dinners for you. Join us for our kick-off with great food and fun yard games.
Mondays, 8pm, Queer Film Club (E-House 630 E Grand)
Join Queer Film Club in watching and discussing an important piece of queer
cinema, from "But I'm a Cheerleader" to "Her Story" to "How to Survive the Plague."
Each week we will be alternating more upbeat, happy movies with sadder, grittier
ones. Meet at the E-House beginning August 30 for our first film screening,
"Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." 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!
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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