Tuesday December 1
This Week in Campus Ministries:
SM/TF Christmas boxes will go out this week. Get your something special in the appropriate boxes out in the ad building lobby by Wednesday. Let’s let our school family members off campus know that they are loved and remembered this Christmas season.
Thursday “9 o’clock” in Rees Hall Chapel.
Vespers by ESL at 7:30pm in CVC.
FNL Special Christmas event - “Christmas, what is it and what it is NOT!” Bring a gift for a child that will be given to the Good Neighbor Center.
Sabbath Schools in the four regular places, Woods, Student Center, IRR Gear Room and Engel Hall all starting at 10:30
CVC 9:15 and Noon with Pastor Ron Halvorsen Jr
SOS will include:
1)Sing at the Lexington Care Center at 3.30 pm in Rees Hall Lobby(Bring an instrument if you want and of course bring your friends!)
2) Exposing Deceptions at 4pm in Woods with Russ Huggins
3) 1 John Bible Study at 3.30 pm in Rees Hall Chapel (Bring your Bible)
4) Matt Talbot Kitchen Sabbath feeding lunch to the homeless – watch for more information.
V2@ 4:30 with Michelle Riley in CVC.
Want to brighten someone’s Christmas this season? Check out ADRA’s wish list in Campus Ministries for gift ideas you might not have thought about before.
Ultimate Love Banquet on January 18 – A unique banquet for the homeless. Help needed! Visit Campus Ministries for more information.
Fashion for Food – this Sunday, December 6 at 7pm. Find more information from the posters around campus or visit org www.ucollegecommunity.org/fashionforfood.
A special thanks from Clyde and Eleanor Peters for the money we gave at their vespers at their home this fall. They wanted to be sure that everyone knew how much they appreciated your thoughtfulness and help with Peru Projects.
Open Reception - Artwork from the photography class COJR 151 will be on display in the McClelland Art Gallery from Sunday December 6 through the Christmas holidays. You are invited to an opening reception from 7-9 pm Sunday December 6.
Christmas at Union Market; Dec. 8 and 10 from 12:30 -1:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 8, the UC Jazz Band will be playing Christmas tunes.
Thursday, Dec. 10, the UC Saxophone Quartet will be playing Christmas tunes.
Come to eat and enjoy the spirit of Christmas.
For the very first time, the annual Christmas Vespers Concert will present the Unionaires, The Twelve, The UC Chamber Orchestra, and Concert Winds in a collaborative concert called "Christmas Kaleidoscope". The concert is at 7:30 pm, Friday, December 11th at the College View SDA Church. Featured on the program will be the "Magnificat" by Johann Sebastian Bach with soloists, choir, and chamber orchestra. The UC Brass Union and Woodwind Quintet will be playing pre and post concert music in the College View Church foyer.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Youth Minister position available in New Zealand beginning in January! Check out this website for more detailed information about this fantastic opportunity!
Teachers needed this February in South Korea to teach English and elementary classes. Four year degree required. Opportunity available through the Oklahoma SDA Conference. Contact #580.349.2557 or pastorjackf [at] yahoo [dot] com.
ENGAGED COUPLES: Be sure to reserve the weekend of February 26-28, 2010.
Adventist Engaged Encounter
will be held in Lincoln that weekend, and you don't want
to miss it! See Stan or Angie Hardt in Campus Ministries for further
“I am not alone at all, I thought. I was never alone at all. And that, of course, is the message of Christmas. We are never alone. Not when the night is darkest, the wind coldest, the world seemingly most indifferent. For this is still the time God chooses.”
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