In today’s God Pause, Rolf Jacobson ’91 M.Div. Alvin N. Rogness Professor of Scripture, Theology, and Ministry, reflects on life being created from death. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for April 3, 2023
There will be no chapel services this week. Please enjoy break and have a safe and reflective Holy Week.
Due to staffing, if you want to order food shelf next week, please have your order in by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4th. Thank you for your understanding and your cooperation.
This week and through Holy Week, there is a Prayer Labyrinth at OCC, upstairs on the floor in the ‘triangle area’ just across from the cafe. We invite you to this space for a time of quietness, personal prayer, and meditation. The Prayer Labyrinth is available at any time of the day during OCC’s open hours. We ask all labyrinth users to kindly remove their shoes before walking the path.
Here are some resources for using a Prayer Labyrinth, including a portable finger labyrinth version. May this practice bless your Holy Week and bring you peace.
Luther Library offers rich resources for your contemplation of Holy Week. Check out these books, websites, and journal articles on the Cross and Resurrection.
Each degree-seeking student may request reimbursement towards payment of a licensed counselor and/or spiritual director for up to $300 per academic year. Please see the Emotional Well Being Guide for more information. Please reach out (with confidentiality) to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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