Afternoon Worship, 11/5 & 11/19

Written by Hannah Crivello
October 29, 2014

At Seattle University?s School of Theology and Ministry, we benefit from a rich exchange of songs and hymns, prayers and practices from Christian and Unitarian traditions--as well as from our interfaith partners and spiritual but not religious students. We exchange these arts and practices daily in the classroom, weekly in student community groups, as well as daily, weekly and monthly in worship and liturgy together.

One tangible, experiential exchange takes place in the school's "Afternoon Worship" sessions throughout the academic quarter. These times are also opportunities for mentors in faith communities in the region to worship with our students and faculty.

Students plan each special gathering with the support of Liturgical Chaplains. Faculty, staff, and students come together to worship alongside our partners from inclusively Christian communities (otherwise known as Christian denominations) and Unitarian fellowships.?

Two worship services are planned for the upcoming month of November 2014. See dates and times below. All are welcome!

Wednesday, November 5th
4:45-5:30pm? |? Ecumenical Chapel, Campion Hall

Led by American Baptist, Episcopal, Unitarian Universalist, and United Methodist students with their liturgical chaplains

Wednesday, November 19th
4:45-5:30pm? |? Ecumenical Chapel, Campion Hall

All students

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