Worship and Celebration

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College Meeting for Worship

The weekly College Meeting for Worship combines quiet worship, readings, music, and a prepared message by a senior student or faculty member. Designed as a semi-programmed Quaker service, each week’s speaker is encouraged to creatively incorporate elements from his or her own religious tradition. Worship begins at 1 p.m. on Sundays in Stout Meetinghouse.

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Spring 2015  —
“Spirituality and Social Change”

How has your spirituality shaped your view of social change (and vice versa)?

How do you see yourself as an agent of social change?

Who and/or what inspires you?

January

  • 18: Adetokunbo Adeshile, Bonner Scholars Program Coordinator
  • 25: Cecelia Capanna, Senior Human Development and Social Relations Major

February

  • 1: Alex Cook, Senior Peace and Global Studies Major
  • 8: Sarah Medlin, Senior History Major
  • 15: Quina Weber-Shirk, Senior Peace and Global Studies Major
  • 22: Silent Worship in the Manner of Unprogrammed Friends

March

  • 1: Ezra Smith, Senior Physics Major
  • 8: Daniel Vargas Cambronero, Senior Biology Major
  • 15: Spring Break
  • 22: Spring Break
  • 29: Zane Foster, Senior Theatre Arts Major

April

  • 5: Phoebe Jones, Senior Religion Major
  • 12: Anita De León, Senior Peace and Global Studies & Women’s, Gender, Sexuality Studies Major
  • 19: Holly Miller, Senior Human Development and Social Relations Major
  • 26: Vesta Davis, Senior Environmental Studies Major

May

  • 3: Silent Worship in the Manner of Unprogrammed Friends

Jewishservice

Additional Worship and Celebration on Campus 

  • Gospel Revelations Choir Rehearsal
    Monday, 7 - 9 p.m.
    Lingle Hall in the Center for Visual and Performing Arts
     
  • Seminary Chapel Services/Peace Forum
    Times vary
    Earlham School of Religion/Bethany Theological Seminary
     
  • Muslim Prayers
    Occasional prayer on Fridays. Contact Mohamed Ali  for more information.
     
  • Shabbat Dinner
    Friday
    Beit Kehillah Jewish Cultural Center, 527 College Avenue
    Reservations required.
     
  • Earlham Christian Fellowship
    Thursday, 7 p.m.
    Stout Meetinghouse, upstairs
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Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
47374-4095
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