This Week in Spiritual Life
Everyone is welcome at all Spiritual Life activities wherever you are on your spiritual journey.
Week of April 13, 2015
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Eat Pray Fun — Monday, 5:00-7:00 PM – Location: Spiritual Life House, which is the green house on Manchester Street near the Stop and Go. – This week: Pizza, Conversation about Doubting Thomas, then Board Games
Chapel Music Rehearsal – Tuesday, 12:30 PM in the chapel – If you are interesting in singing and/or playing an instrument for the weekly Chapel Services, email email@example.com or just show up for rehearsal.
Rev's Ugly Mug – Wednesday, 3:00-4:30 PM – Join us at the new 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 3:00 and will be back on campus by 4:30. This Week: Global Warming
Chapel Service — Thursday, 9:30 AM – Resurrection's Response to DoubtSpiritual Life Book Club — Thursdays, 4:30-6:00 PM, Spiritual Life House — We're continuing to read Rainn Wilson's Soul Pancake. You don't have to have read the prior material in the book in order to jump in now. Possible discussion questions for this week: What do you do to find calm in a chaotic world? Why is talking about God so awkward? How literally should we interpret religious texts? UpcomingRiver Clean-Up2015 Thompson RV Park River Cleanup, April 21 starting at 3 PM
This cleanup is a partnership between Union College Outdoors, Spiritual Life and Barbourville Tourism. We will remove trash from the Cumberland River and its surrounding banks at the Thompson RV Park. This is an opening act of kindness the day before Earth Day in which we hope everyone will get out and do their small part to clean up the area we call home. If you would like to be part of this river cleanup please contact Andy Messer at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sean Trinque at email@example.com.
What should I bring to the clean up?
- A pair of shoes you don’t mind getting wet and dirty.
- A pair of work gloves if mud, muck and trash are not your favorite things to hold.
- A positive attitude and a feeling of Barbourville pride.
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