Religious and Spiritual LifeAnderson Center 318
651-523-2315 Wesley CenterHamline UniversityMS-A17351536 Hewitt AvenueSt. Paul, MN 55104
As a United Methodist related university, Hamline welcomes people of all religious traditions as well as those with none. Recognizing that Hamline’s campus community is religiously diverse, the programs of Religious and Spiritual Life are committed to:
The Religious and Spiritual Life is a part of the Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service, and Social Justice.
May 5-6th, 2013 Anderson Center 112, free registration! For more info or to RSVP, call 651-523-2750, or email email@example.comClick here to download the full schedule
What is a Pilgrimage? A sacred journey to a sacred place. The 2013 Piper Pilgrimage is a journey to Abiquiu, New Mexico, to a spiritual retreat center, Ghost Ranch welcoming many different religious traditions.What will we do? We will spend the mornings and evenings together creating community and exploring spirituality in a multifaith context. In the afternoons, we will be visiting a Hacienda de Guru Ram Das, Sikh community; an Islamic mosque in the desert; El Santurio de Chimayo, the “Lourdes” of the desert; a Jewish Synagogue in Santa Fe; and a Pueblo community. What is the cost? $200 deposit upon acceptance. The Mahle Endowment will provide costs for plane, residency at Casa Del Sol, entry fees and food. When is it? January 7-13, 2013 Who is it for? First year students only. Staff members include Rev. Nancy Victorin–Vangerud, chaplain and director of the Wesley Center, Megan Dimond, coordinator of religious and spiritual life programs, Rabbi Esther Adler, associate chaplain of Jewish Life, and Mike Gerold, area coordinator in Residential LifeHow do I apply?Click here to download the Application. For more information, please contact Nancy VIctorin-Vangerud at 651-523-2750 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neither the hair shirt nor the soft berth will do. The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladnessand world’s deep hunger meet. -Frederick Buechner Do you ever wonder? How can I make a difference in the world today as a Christian? What does it mean to live as Christians in community? What are the issues, challenges, and new opportunities for people of faith in serving the common good from a spiritual perspective? How can I explore my gifts and grow as a whole, spiritual person? In what ways can I help congregations “re-think church” for diverse neighborhoods and new forms of partnership in ministry?Perhaps God might be stirring in your life. Are you sensing a call to service? As a professional working in a non-profit organization, school, medical clinic, law firm or corporation? As a creative leader in a vibrant, relevant congregation? As someone curious about going to seminary or graduate school and exploring ordination? As a church staff member working in a specific area of ministry such as social justice, community health, environmental sustainability or music, drama and the arts? Where do your “deep hungers” meet the “deep needs” of the world today?Download this application and become an intern at Hamline Church, United Methodist.
The 2013 John Wesley Award winners are Lynne Chung and Heather Hammond (undergraduate), Domonique Gilmore (law/grad), Melissa Embser-Herbert (faculty), and Sherrie Fernandez-Williams (staff).
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