“The Pulpit” centers around the joyous challenge of preaching. Join us for conversation, collaboration, and creative learning around the topic of preaching and pastoring. Our guide will be Anna Carter Florence’s book Preaching as Testimony. (for female students, held in Garden Level) Lunch will be served. Sign up by noon, Sept 26.
The 6th Annual Grace & Peace Seminary Soccer Games at the Hope College soccer fields. Calling all soccer players, regardless of ability! In addition to WTS, Calvin Seminary, GRTS, and Puritan Reformed Seminary are participating.
Hebrew Morning Prayers. The Hebrew Lab leaders invite you to join them for morning prayers sung and spoken in Hebrew. If you have already taken Hebrew, most of the songs will be familiar to you, including the ever popular Modah Ani. Find the leaders in the Atrium or the Prayer Chapel.
“The Christian Art of Dying” Panel Discussion. Students are invited to this lunch panel to discuss how we can faithfully minister among the dying in congregations today. Moderated by Dr. Todd Billings. Sign up in student services.
“Reformed: What is it good for?” Join us for a conversation between Pastor Tanner Smith of Harbor Life Church in Grandville, MI and Dr. Suzanne McDonald of WTS. Moderated by Jason Lief, co-editor of Perspectives journal and Professor of Religion at Northwestern College in Iowa. (The conversation will continue afterward at the New Holland Brew Pub)
Confessions on Tap. Students, faculty, and staff explore a particular point in the Reformed confessions in a relaxed setting. Location: New Holland Brewing at 66 E. 8th St, Holland. Come, find us there and enjoy a water, beer, or Coke while engaging in good conversation.
The 6th Annual Leonard F. Stoutemire Lecture in Multicultural Ministry will be held in Mulder Chapel. Guest speaker Dr. Amjad-Ali, an Anglican from the Church of Pakistan, will be speaking on “Room for All at the Convocation: World Christianity and Islam.” Open to the public.