In this devotion, Keith Muschinske ’89 M.Div. reflects on sharing Paul’s pastoral greeting in many times and places. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for November 29, 2023
We gather at 11:00 a.m. CT in the Chapel of the Incarnation and online for chapel.
We welcome Mark Granquist, professor and Lloyd and Annelotte Svendsbye Chair in Church History, and editor, Word & World, for a service of Holy Communion.
Online community: In lieu of a traditional Advent Wreath this season, we will gather light in community. Have a candle ready with you at home to add your light to ours during the hymn of light.
Please join us in the OCC Café after chapel Tuesday, December 5, for coffee, cookies and fellowship.
Where: OCC Cafe
When: December 5, 7:30-10 a.m.
Get breakfast before class with pancakes, yogurt, fruit, and coffee prepared by staff and faculty! We’ll have vegan, gluten free, and nut free options!
Don your best Christmas sweaters and break out those recipe books! Bring your crockpot as we determine whose chili recipe is the tastiest! We’ll provide the cornbread, sweet treats, and drinks (N/A and beer and wine), you bring the main course! Winners of the tastiest chili will win prizes. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Friday, December 8, 4-6 p.m.
Where: OCC Dining Room
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