Mar 9th, 2011 by Matt Stout
In an effort to increase the spirit worship in chapel for the Spring semester, we want to create a core of people to help on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday to lead us in worship through intercessory prayer and the reading of Scripture.
Intercessors need to have a heart for prayer and be aware of the needs of the world, our nation, and our community.
Scripture Readers need to have a heart for sharing the Word of God in a way to bring those listening into the ever unfolding Biblical Narrative.
Along with these areas we are working to shape worship as a place for the drama of God’s Word to be experienced. Therefore, we want to create a core of people who would be interested in being a part of a Readers Choir.
Readers Choir This group will be given Scripture passages put into script form to rehearse and present in chapel services throughout the season of Lent. Those interested in this group need to have a heart for the drama that is contained in God’s Word and a gifting to share that with our community.
There will be an informational/orientation meeting for these three groups Wednesday, February 16th and Thursday, February 17th during the lunch hour (12pm-1pm) in Cordellia A.
If you have any questions or would like to be a part of one of these groups, please email the Chapel Office at email@example.com.
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Day 1: Thursday, March 1, 2012
6-6:30 p.m. – Registration
6:30 p.m. – Worship
7 p.m. – Session I – Rev. Esther Jadhav – Healing Grace of God
8:30 p.m. – Close of evening session
Day 2: Friday, March 2, 2012
8:30 a.m. – Worship
9 a.m. – Dr. Meesaeng Choi – Personal testimony of Physical Healing
9:45 a.m. – Q & A
10 a.m. – Break out session for healing prayer
10:30 a.m. – Break
11 a.m. – Healing Service with Dr. Ellsworth Kalas
12:15 p.m. – Blessing and sending forth
All sessions will be held in Estes Chapel.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Childcare is available by emailing email@example.com.
1. Yes, Jazzberry Jam is a real color from Crayola. Yes, that really is the exact shade of Jazzberry Jam.
2. If you’re wondering, “Hey, they’re sitting behind him! How do they know what shade his face is?” the answer is: I didn’t think about that until after I already drew it. The in-universe explanation is: He turned sideways one second before, and they saw his red face. The back of his neck is also probably Jazzberry Jam.
3. Please don’t gamble in class. It’s a game you can play without any exchange of money. :)
4. If you do decide to play, here’s an excellent resource: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crayola_colors
5. When picking colors, it was a toss up for me between Jazzberry Jam and Razzmatazz. Which color do you think is funnier?