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Annual UTI Lecture

September 16, 2019

The Rev. Dr. Marvin McMickle, Former President of Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School will lecture on Tuesday, September 17th at 11:30 am in the Brossman Center on Philadelphia's Campus. The lecture will be live-streamed on the ULS YouTube channel. Dr. McMickle will speak from his latest publication "The Making of a Preacher."

Scholarships for Communion with Creation Retreat

September 16, 2019

Lutherans Restoring Creation (LRC) is the grassroots expression of the caring for creation ministry efforts of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Our mission is to cultivate a community of dedicated stewards of earth and neighbor who proclaim God’s promise of hope and healing for all. Since our vision depends on authentic relationship building, we host events that allow people from across a region to connect, challenge each other, and learn organizing techniques to see progress in their congregations. We gather in at South Carolina’s Isle of Palms Coastal Retreat Center for a weekend (Nov 15-17th) of restorative connection with each other and creation. We encourage people passionate about ecological justice for all our neighbors and the capability to equip a broad audience of ELCA members to join us. Thanks to funding through the Stewardship of Life Institute, we can offer a limited amount of scholarships, especially to those who are either a seminary student, first call pastor, or who can offer training support to those fresh in the ELCA rostered leaders circle.
Share this opportunity widely as all are welcome. Details regarding the proposed agenda and registration links can be found at: LutheransRestoringCreation.org/2019LRC_in_SC or feel free to call Phoebe Morad, Director at Lutherans Restoring Creation: 617-599-2722.

St. James Church invites Seminarians to Dinner

September 16, 2019

The Social Ministry Committee of St. James, Gettysburg is again inviting Seminarians, their families and friends to dinner at the Refectory on Wednesday, September 25th at 6:00 P.M.   We hope you will join us. Please RSVP to Priscilla Shuba, at  (717) 334-0257 or at pfsgburg @aol.com by Monday, September 23rd. It will help us in our planning.   We look forward to to seeing you. Priscilla Shuba, St. James Lutheran Church, Gettysburg.

Luther Rose Lecture - Moving Forward in Faith

September 16, 2019

This year's speaker is Rev. Dr. Philip Krey.
Dr. Krey will deliver two lectures. 1. Luther's Spiritual Disciplines as Resources for Today, and 2. The Protesting Catholic Luther as a Model for Twenty-First Century American Lutherans.
The lectures will be held at Palm Lutheran Church, 11 West Cherry Street, Palmyra, PA 17078, on November 3, 2019 from 2:00pm-4:00pm, with the doors opening at 1:30pm.
To preregister go to: PalmLutheran.org/Events/Luther-Rose-Lecture or call 717 838 3311
This event is free and open to the public. Free drinks and refreshments will be served between the two lectures.  

Centering Prayer Group

September 16, 2019

Reformation Lutheran Church (1215 E Vernon Rd, Philadelphia - just 1 mile from Philly Campus!) is holding a weekly Centering Prayer gathering on Thursdays at 9:15 am.
These gatherings will begin with a brief time of instruction and then time to practice Centering Prayer together. All are welcome! No prior experience is required.

Spiritual care group to begin at Gettysburg

September 16, 2019

Journeys is a gathering and time apart for spiritual refreshment and nourishment will begin be held this fall semester on Tuesdays from 1 to 1:45 at Valentine room 312. All are welcome to join us for this time of self-care and spiritual enrichment if you have any questions please contact Pastor Terry at tmccarthy@uls.edu.

Seminary Ridge Museum Legacy Weekend

September 16, 2019

Throughout the 19th century, south-central Pennsylvania was “freedom’s frontier.” For decades, enslaved persons escaped the brutality of slavery across the Mason-Dixon line as slavecatchers prowled the region. African-American communities thrived here. During the Civil War, African-Americans joined the United States Army and fought to extend freedom to all Americans.
On September 14, 2019, join the staff of Seminary Ridge Museum on a tour as they visit sites of importance in the fight for freedom. For more information and to register, visit www.seminaryridgemuseum.org/events

Interested in Serving on a Committee?

September 16, 2019

Are you interested in serving on a committee alongside faculty and staff to provide input on areas of improvement within the seminary? The Student Body Executive Board is taking considerations for student representatives for the following committees: Master of Arts Program Committee, Graduate Studies Program Committee, Library Advisory Committee, and Educational Technology Committee. Students from PH, GB, and DL campuses encouraged to volunteer. Contact SB-President@uls.edu and SB-Vice-President@uls.edu with your degree program, year, and why you are interested by September 6, 2019.

Friday Field trip

September 16, 2019

Tucked away in the historic Germantown neighborhood of Northwest Philadelphia, Awbury Arboretum is a vibrant landscape with a rich history. Once the private enclave of an extended Quaker family, Awbury Arboretum has been open to the public free of charge as a public park and arboretum for nearly 100 years. Its 55-acre historic landscape now stands as a green oasis in a densely-populated urban environment.
Meet at the ULS Chapel at 11:45. We will be carpooling to the Arboretum (about 5 minutes) and walking the grounds together. Please bring your favorite scripture verse, reflection, or poem that speaks of trees and nature.

Fall Convocation with Rev. Amy Reumann, Director of ELCA Advocacy (Wednesday, 9/18)

September 13, 2019

FREE Learning Opportunities for Students on Philadelphia Campus (excluding lunch)
9:30am - 11:30am in Benbow: Come learn with current faith leaders and alumni as Rev. Amy Reumann, Director of ELCA Advocacy in Washington DC, helps us examine the violence in our world through faith-based actions.
4:00pm-5:00pm in Benbow: Come learn with faith leader of the Poor People's Campaign in PA, Rev. Tim Seitz-Brown (LTSP 1987), about getting involved in the national call for moral revival.
See the full calendar of Fall Convocation activities here: https://www.unitedlutheranseminary.edu/calendar/fall-convocation-2019.

The Forgotten Luther

September 13, 2019

“Forgotten Luther” Symposium: Re-Claiming a Vision of Global Community
We are facing a global crisis - ecological, political, and economic. A Spirit-led response from churches in the Global South reminds us of Martin Luther’s oft-neglected conviction that God’s gift of grace in Jesus has far-reaching implications, not just for individual lives but for the ways we live together on this earth. A new heaven and earth break in for us as we reclaim a vision of global community.
October 25 - 26, 2019 - Saint Luke Lutheran Church, Silver Spring, Maryland. For more information visit: WWW.FLIII.US
FEATURED SPEAKERS:
ISHMAEL NOKO - CARTER LINDBERG - GUILLERMO HANSEN - MITRI RAHEB - KAREN BLOOMQUIST
Sponsored by: Global Mission, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; ELCA World Hunger; ELCA Metro D.C. Synod; and Saint Luke Lutheran Church, Silver Spring, MD.

Library Research Tutorials on Zoom

September 13, 2019

Need some help with the research process? Never used the ULS Library before? Coming back to higher education after a few years away? Come join Library Director Evan Boyd for a Library Research Session on Monday, September 16 and Wednesday, September 18 at 6 pm. September 16 link: https://zoom.us/j/833784251 September 18 link: https://zoom.us/j/791194495 Reminders will be posted beforehand on the ULS Facebook groups!

Admissions Student Host Interest

September 13, 2019

Interested in being a host for prospective student visits with Admissions this year? There will be a brief training (with free lunch provided!) on Tuesday, September 17th in the coffee shop. RSVP with dietary restrictions to tdieringer@uls.edu if you plan to eat. If you are interested in hosting but cannot attend this meeting, please email tdieringer@uls.edu and/or ngable@uls.edu.

Healthy Adams County Walk on Seminary Campus

September 13, 2019

Healthy Adams County promotes fitness and physical opportunities in the area. A series of walks are offered this fall. The September 11 walk, 2.1-miles long, will begin and end at the Seminary, Gettysburg campus. The walk will begin any time between 4:45 - 6:00 pm, from the parking lot on the western side parking lot. Rain or shine except for thunderstorms. Dogs on leashes are welcome. Call 717 337-4137 OR check the Healthy Adams County Facebook Page to check for cancellation.

YWCA Passes available

September 13, 2019

The cost this year is $75 for a full year and $37.50 for a half year.
The green cards to renew a membership or to start a new membership are available in the mailroom on the first floor of Valentine Hall.
Pay by cash or check only, checks payable to United Lutheran Seminary.

Annual UTI Lecture

September 13, 2019

The Rev. Dr. Marvin McMickle, Former President of Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School will lecture on Tuesday, September 17th at 11:30 am in the Brossman Center on Philadelphia's Campus. The lecture will be live-streamed on the ULS YouTube channel. Dr. McMickle will speak from his latest publication "The Making of a Preacher."

Gettysburg Campus Visitor

September 13, 2019

On Wednesday, September 11th, Courtney Noya from ELCA Young Adults in Global Mission (YAGM) will be joining us for chapel and lunch. Plan to spend some time with Courtney at lunch and hear about her experience in Mexico and opportunities for Young Adults in Global Mission that you may have keep your toolbox for ministry.

Welcome Prospective Student Billy!

September 13, 2019

Today (Wednesday 9/11), welcome Billy Duty to campus! He says, "My name is Peter-William but I like to go by Billy. I'm 33 years old, live in Glen Rock with my fiance and our two dogs. I am currently completing my Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with the goal of becoming a licensed professional counselor. My fiance and I are big Disney buffs, we love to travel, and spend time at home cooking together. We are currently planning our wedding for October 2020 and he proposed at the Haunted Mansion in Magic Kingdom. I grew up in Baltimore, MD and moved to PA in 2006. I love it here. I want to get my MAML because I would love to work in my church using my counseling skills and backgrounds to offer community service."

A REMINDER: Professional Ethics/Healthy Boundaries Workshop

September 11, 2019

Registration for this non-credit degree requirement is still open, until Sept. 30th, on HENRY.
At Gettysburg, the workshop date is Monday, Oct. 7th. At Philadelphia, the date is Saturday, Oct. 12th. The times are 8:30 AM to 3:15 PM. Lunch will be provided.
DL students who cannot be on campus will be able to Zoom in.
Go to www.my.uls.edu to register on HENRY.

Food Pantry Announcements

September 11, 2019

1) All food pantry household statistic forms should be given to Andrew Berdahl
2) Many of the re-usable bags from the pantry have gone missing, so please return those to the pantry ASAP
3) Please print your name clearly on the sign in sheet and if you are a household that visits the pantry more than once per month, please place a star (or asterisk) next to your name (the Central PA food bank asks for this statistic)
4) An order will be placed for September 17th, so the pantry will be re-stocked this time next week

Submitting articles to the Common Cup

September 11, 2019

To submit an article to the Common Cup please use the submit button on the right of the Common Cup page.
This will direct you to a form to fill out with all the information needed for your article.
Please have all articles submitted by 1:00pm on the day before the upcoming issue.
The Common Cup is issued on Monday, Wednesday & Friday during the semester.

Supply Pastors Needed

September 11, 2019

Grace Rocky Hill Lutheran church at 10825 Coppermine Road in Woodsboro, MD has an immediate need for supply Pastors in the month of September for their Sunday 11:00 a.m. service. In addition to the Synod guideline stipend, transportation costs will be reimbursed.  Please call Betsy Brawner at 301-514-1297 to share your interest in serving Grace.

Pastoral care for the Gettysburg community of ULS

September 11, 2019

Pastoral Care will continue to be offered during the upcoming semesters at the Gettysburg Campus. Chaplain Terry McCarthy will be present on campus on Tuesdays through Fridays during for worship, and the mid day break from 11:30 to 2:30 . He can also be reached via email at tmccarthy@uls.edu or via phone or text at 717357-8644. Pastor Terry very much looks forward to seeing returning students and meeting those who are new to our community and continuing to provide spiritual friendship and accompaniment to all students

Seminary Choir

September 9, 2019

All our invited to participate in the seminary choir on the Philadelphia campus. Rehearsals will start on Wed, September 18th at 10:30 am in the chapel.

Hunger Awareness #3

September 9, 2019

The demand for food continues to rise. According to Feeding America, in Pennsylvania one in nine residents, including one in six children, face food insecurity. Live abundantly - especially this month.

Extended CPE Opportunity

September 9, 2019

The Village at Orchard Ridge is needing a third student to be able to conduct an extended unit of CPE beginning this fall. Winchester, VA is within commuting distance of the Gettysburg campus of ULS. Contact the Program supervisor for details: The Rev. Dr. William W. Boldin, BCC, Pastoral Care Director, ACPE Educator Candidate wboldin@thevillageatorchardridge.org, The Village at Orchard Ridge, P: 540-431-2799, TVOR, C: 540-514-4980.

Financial Aid Policy Clarification

September 9, 2019

There has been some confusion on the updated Financial Aid Policy for 2019-2020. The clarification can be viewed here.

Seminary Choir

September 9, 2019

Rehearsals for the Seminary Choir in Philadelphia begins on Wednesday, September 18th at 10:30 am

Friday Field Trip

September 9, 2019

We will be visiting Mekor Habracha, an orthodox Jewish synagogue in Center City. This Shul is located in an office building and was started as what we as Christians might call a missional congregation. This should be a fascinating perspective into ancient traditions co-existing in a modern world, as well as religious tradition trying to grow in an ever-changing, ever-increasingly secular world, as our host described it.
We will meet at the ULS Chapel at 11:45. We will be carpooling to a garage where we can get guaranteed discounted parking. However, this garage is about 6 blocks from the synagogue. We hope to be back on campus by 3, at the latest. Please bring $10 ($5 if that’s too much) for a good neighbor donation. RSVP to ksadowy@uls.edu for carpool planning purposes.

Hunger Awareness Month #2

September 9, 2019

On Patriot’s Day remember that 26% of military households receive food assistance. The Central PA Food Bank started Military-Share, to serve those who have served us.

Writing Center Hours

September 6, 2019

The ULS Writing Center opens Monday, September 9. Writing tutors Steve Anderson and Evan Christensen are available for face-to-face meetings on the Gettysburg campus (library) as well as Zoom. Visit us during office hours or contact Evan Boyd (eboyd@uls.edu) to set up an appointment.
Office hours for the fall semester:
- Mondays, 9:15am-11:45am and 1pm-3:30pm
- Wednesdays, 1pm-3:30pm
- Fridays, 9:15am-11:45am

What is your IQ for Health Care Decisions?

September 6, 2019

Stewardship of the mind, the body, the spirit and the treasures is the focus of this three part series of talks. These series of programs are designed for individuals of any age. Illness and life changing events happen to people in all stages of life. A young person needs this important information as much as an older individual.
Sunday, October 6, 2019 – from noon to 1:30 – lunch provided
Social Hall of Christ Lutheran Church, 30 Chambersburg Street, Gettysburg.
The Medical Realm- informal talk lead by Roger Nelson and Jill Herr
In this session participants will be introduced to terms and issues for which we must all prepare before encountering the medical system, especially for a serious life-threatening condition.
The topics to be addressed will enable participants to make decisions before a serious medical encounter.
Spiritual Realm - Pastor Herr
In this session participants will be introduced to terms and issues for which we must all prepare before we die. The topics to be addressed will enable participants to make decisions and make their wishes known to their families and their executor.
The Legal Realm - Jeff Evans, Esq
In this session participants will be introduced to terms and legal issues for which we must all prepare before encountering the end of life. The topics to be addressed will enable participants to make decisions before an emergency Life threatening situation.
To RSVP to this event please email Roger Nelson at nelson@lvc.edu, also state a sandwich preference of Turkey, Ham or Vegetarian.

Hunger Action Month

September 6, 2019

September is Hunger Action Month and in partnership with the Central PA Food Bank students can do a few simple things to participate: save your change to donate OR contribute $5 to fill a child's Food Back Pack or volunteer in a food pantry (say, Valentine 413 or Wiedemann 113/114. More opportunities to come..

September Financial Aid Office Hours – Gettysburg Campus

September 6, 2019

Tuesday 17th, - 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Wednesday 18th, - 9:30am - 12:30pm

Search for Students to attend Christian Unity Gathering

September 4, 2019

The National Council of Churches (NCC) will host the 6th annual Christian Unity Gathering (CUG) October 14-15, 2019 at the Holiday Inn Newport News, VA-City Center. The theme is, “Confronting the Hierarchy of Human Value: Revisiting our Past and Naming God’s Preferred Future.” More information can be found at https://nationalcouncilofchurches.us/cug/.
The National Council of Churches is sponsoring registration for two ULS students. Interested Students can apply through application available on ULS Student Body Canvas Page under "Recent Announcements"
Applications due August 31 at 12:00 PM

Calling All Gettysburg Musicians!

September 4, 2019

Singers (of any experience or none at all!), guitarists, percussion players, brass, flute, piano, accordion, you name it! If you can sing (and, trust us, you can!) or can make a joyful noise with an instrument, then your seminary community needs you!
The chancel choir helps to lead Communion services and other special events. Director of Music, Cathy Elkiss, is our accompanist and choirmaster.
The choir rehearses on Tuesdays from 12:45-1:45 PM and Thursdays from 12:45-1:15 PM.
There is also need for instrumental ensembles for Communion services, and to occasionally help with other services.
If you can volunteer, then please simply show up for the next rehearsal.

Meal Plans in Philadelphia

September 4, 2019

Beginning September 4, community lunches will be served in Brossman A each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday beginning at 12:30 p.m. Students must purchase their 5-ticket meal plan, $35 for the 5-meal ticket, through their student accounts. Faculty and staff may also purchase meal plans using a credit card. See Joel Davis at the Brossman reception desk to purchase meal plans for the next few weeks, after which you will be able to purchase your meal tickets during the community meal. We will notify you when this transition occurs. Walk-ins may purchase meals throughout the semester for $9, payable in cash at the time of the meal.

Friday Fieldtrip

September 4, 2019

This Friday's Fieldtrip (August 30th) will be to Mother Bethel AME. We will be gathering at the chapel at 11:45 am for a brief prayer and blessing. We will then carpool to Mother Bethel AME Church in Old City, at 6th and Lombard Streets. Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church, founded in 1794 by Bishop Richard Allen, sits on land that is the longest, continuously owned by African Americans in the United States. It is also home to the founding of the first black denomination in the US. We plan to be back on campus by 2 pm. RSVPs encouraged, just so we can plan for seats in cars. $5 donation (or more) per person encouraged.

Luther Bowl 2019 Interest Meeting

September 4, 2019

This upcoming Tuesday, September 3rd, there will be an interest meeting for the Gettysburg Campus Luther Bowl team. We will be meeting in the Valentine 310 at 7 pm. If you are interested in playing, helping with other parts of the event, or just want to know more about what it is, come stop by! Luther Bowl will be on November 2nd this year and is always a great event! If you cannot make it to the meeting but are interested, please contact Cody Danner (cdanner@uls.edu) or Matt Leonard (mleonard@uls.edu).

Philadelphia Chapel

September 4, 2019

Please join us for a celebratory opening Eucharist on August 28th. Chapel on the Philadelphia campus will then run as follows:
Tuesdays 6 pm - Preacher Feature
Voices in and around our ULS community will be featured in an abbreviated service of word.
Wednesdays 11:45 am - Celebration of Eucharist
Thursdays 6 pm - Dinner Chapel
Fridays 11:45 am - Friday Fieldtrips
After we gather for a brief blessing, we will venture to various houses of worship and/or historical sites known for their particular role in the fabric of Philadelphia. Each site will be announced in the Common Cup.

Spiritual care group to begin at Gettysburg

August 30, 2019

Journeys is a gathering and time apart for spiritual refreshment and nourishment will begin this fall semester on Tuesdays from 1 to 1:45 in Valentine room 312. All are welcome to join us for this time of self-care and spiritual enrichment, if you have any questions please contact Pastor Terry at tmccarthy@uls.edu


Free Books for Students

August 30, 2019

Students are invited to come take free books and ministry resources from Barry Hill's collection. The books are located in the Communications office, room 213, on the 2nd floor of Valentine Hall.

Opening Eucharist at Gettysburg

August 30, 2019

The Opening Eucharist for the 2019-20 Academic Year on the Gettysburg campus will be celebrated on Wednesday, Aug. 28th, at 11:45 AM. Interim President Richard Green will preach and install new faculty & staff. John Largen, Dean of the Chapel, will preside. All members of the seminary community, including spouses & children & friends, are always invited to chapel!


Orientation for New Students

August 28, 2019

Orientation sessions for new students will be 2:30-6 p.m. Aug. 26 on the Philadelphia Campus, Aug. 27 on the Gettysburg campus.
Orientations will begin in the respective campus chapels.
Student volunteers are needed to help greet incoming new students and help organize and facilitate a post-orientation activity. Contact Evan Christensen (echristensen@uls.edu) in Gettysburg, and Eileen Ruppel-Doan (eruppel@uls.edu) if you would like to help.  A full program of the days' events will be forthcoming shortly." Thanks!!

Book Give away from Pr. Kathy Swords

August 28, 2019

They say you can never have too many books, however, as I plan my retirement, I realize I do indeed have too many books.  Which I am giving away for free!  The book categories are: worship, pastoralcare, stewardship, evangelism, Bible Studies, Catechism, commentaries, andLutheran Studies.  I graduated from LTSGin 2000, and some of these are from my classes there, but most are from my current call so they are relevant to our ministry today.  
The books are located at my church office:  Shiloh Lutheran, 2201 Church Rd, York, PA17408. The days to come are Saturdays September 21 and 28th from 9a.m. to 1 p.m.  My text number is 717-503-0527 for any questions.  Hope to see you then.  Blessings, Pr. Kathy Swords

IT Department seeks assistance with Zoom classes

August 26, 2019

The ULS IT department is looking for several people to assist with Zoom synch classes on the Philadelphia campus.  This is a paying position between 3-6 hours per week.  Please contact Don Redman (dredman@uls.edu) if you are interested.  We are scheduling now so please reply as soon as possible.

Ministry Employment Opportunities Page

August 23, 2019

Check for a new job opportunity on the Ministry Employment Opportunities page.

Summer Greek Worship Schedule

August 23, 2019
  • For the duration of Summer Greek (August 5th-23rd), there will be daily midday worship Monday-Friday at 11:45. If worship is held somewhere other than the chapel, a note will be left on the chapel doors specifying where to go. Please note in the thematic schedule below that Wednesday chapel will be "Lunch Church" with Eucharist in the refectory. Pack a lunch (or contact Biggerstaffs in advance to inquire about availability for walk-ins) and join the community around the Table!
    Mon: Praise/Hope
    Tues: Grief/Lament
    Wed: Lunch Church in the Refectory
    Thurs: Embodied/Outdoor
    Fri: Peace/Assurance
    Contact tdieringer@uls.edu, echristensen@uls.edu, or hchristensen@uls.edu for questions and clarifications.


Rooms for rent in Chestnut Hill

August 16, 2019

Maria Whitney is renting a few rooms with private bath, kitchen, washer & dryer, patio and porch. the person must love dogs. The rent is $875.00 plus shared utilities. If you are interested, please contact Maria: 215-694-5444.

Help Wanted to Move Books

August 16, 2019

We are in the process of moving some offices in Brossman over the next month or so. We are looking for 1 or 2 students to help out with this project; hours would be erratic and somewhat flexible. If interested, email phl-facilities@uls.edu.

House for rent, Conshohocken, PA

August 16, 2019

A congregation in Conshohocken, PA (about 30 mins drive from the Philadelphia campus) is interested in renting out its parsonage (5 bedrooms, 2 baths). If interested, reply to Kyle Barger for contact info.

Seeking a supply preacher

August 16, 2019

For anyone looking for preaching opportunities, Pastor Cheryl Meinschein at Christ Mertz Lutheran Church Fleetwood, PA is looking for a supply pastor for September 22nd. This would be a non-communion Sunday.
The address is 16 Fleetwood Rd. Fleetwood PA, 18069. There is one service at 9:00 am. The congregation would pay $150 plus mileage.
If you are interested, please contact Pastor Meinschein at Pastor.meinschein@gmail.com.

Worship Leadership at August Greek Intensive

August 9, 2019

This year, the Summer Greek Intensive will be in Gettysburg August 5-23. During those three weeks, we will have chapel Mon-Fri. Any staff, faculty, and students feeling called to lead worship can sign up to do so here. Contact echristensen@uls.edu, hchristensen@uls.edu, or tdieringer@uls.edu for questions or more information.

Campus Mailbox Keys & ID’s

July 26, 2019

Students, before you leave campus please be sure to stop by the mailroom in Valentine Hall and Brossman Center to return your mailbox key. Please also submit your new address by e-mail togdavies@uls.edu (Gettysburg) or jziebell@uls.edu (Philadelphia) so that your first class mail may be forwarded on to your new location.

Graduating and non-returning students should also return their ID cards so that they may be cleaned and reused. Interns and returning students should keep their ID’s.

Meister Eckhart: Love and Justice in Spirituality

July 26, 2019

The Eckhart Society invites you to attend this daylong workshop on “Meister Eckhart: Love and Justice in Spirituality” : ‘I have chosen you’: The Just Man (Ronald Haynes), ‘Transformed into justice’: Justly Living (Marvin Anderson, Ph.D.), To ‘live forever’: Eternally Just (Rebecca Stephens, Ph.D.), etc. Saturday, 6 July 2019 – Arrivals 9:30 am, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm – Duquesne Union. Hosted by Duquesne University Department of Theology. Suggested donation $30.00 More details can be found on their website.