This Week in Spiritual Life
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Week of February 8, 2016
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Rev's Ugly Mug – Monday, 4:00-5:30 PM – Join us at the coffee shop in town, the Ugly Mug, for a free drink and conversation about current events from a spiritual perspective. – For those who need transportation, a van will leave from the Student Center at 4:00 and will be back on campus by 5:30. This Week's Topic: #OscarsSo White (racism in entertainment)
UPraise in the Kennel --Tuesday, 2:30 PM
Fifteen minutes of praise, songs, Scripture, and prayer
Eat Pray Fun — Tuesday, 5:30 PM – Location: Spiritual Life House, which is the green house on Manchester Street near the Stop and Go.
Newman Club Ash Wednesday Service — Wednesday, 6:00 PM, Conway Boatman Chapel
Trip to Winter Jam in Knoxville — Saturday, leaving campus at 2:00 PM, returning late evening
Sign-Up sheet outside cafeteria. See http://2016.jamtour.com/shows/detail/knoxville-tn/ for info about Winter Jam.
Bible Study in the Kennel — Sunday, 8:00 PM
Jared Turpin is leading this Bible Study.
Webinar: United Methodist Stance on Abolishing the Death Penalty in Kentucky — Monday, February 15, 7:00 PM
The Restorative Justice Team (an extension of the Justice Team of the Kentucky United Methodist Conference) will host an informational webinar about the UM position on Capital Punishment and abolishing Capital Punishment in Kentucky.
Our guest will be Ben Griffith from the Murder Victims' Families for Reconciliation organization.. He will share his story and how the death penalty falls short in meeting the needs of victim families.
We will participate in the webinar as a group in the Spiritual Life House. If you want to participate from elsewhere, you must register to join us. http://connectionalcafe.com/2016/01/2016-webinar-reconciliation-and-the-...