Chapel Slideshow

Enjoy these photos from chapel.

  • Convocation
  • President Loren Swartzendruber speaks at Convocation
  • Provost Fred Kniss addresses the campus about "Living on the Edge."
  • Provost Fred Kniss addresses the campus about "Living on the Edge."
  • Louis Yako, EMU professor of Elementary Arabic, speaks for true peace out of his own experience in the Middle East.
  • Louis Yako, EMU professor of Elementary Arabic, speaks for true peace out of his own experience in the Middle East.
  • Senior, Grace Shrock-Hurst, and recent grad, Sarah Kalichman, recite the book of Philippians.
  • David Works  shares about laying down your life in the midst of tragedy
  • David Works  shares about laying down your life in the midst of tragedy
  • Honduran vilolinist, Hector David, plays in chapel during Latino Heritage Month.
  • Arli Klassen, Bi-national Executive Secretary of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), invites the EMU campus to the MCC Relief Sale.
  • The King's Herald offer their ministry of music.
  • Guest Byron Pellecer speaks during Latino Heritage Month.
  • Students in Campus Ministries interview members of the Reunion Vocal Band during the Homecoming chapel.
  • Jim Croegaert, of the Reunion Vocal Band, shares one of his songs during chapel.
  • Students perform a theater piece called Actually, written by Brent Anders and Kelsey Landes,  during the Take Back the Night chapel.
  • Linford Stutzman, Professor of Bible and Religion, shares about Promises, as part of the "Following Jesus with our Lives" chapel series.
  • As part of the Augsberger Lecture Series, Marva Dawn speaks on "What is our Mission in a Post-postmodern Age?"
  • Leymah Gbowee, graduate of the MA in Conflict Studies program at EMU, speaks on the work of peacebuilding and her Christian faith.
  • Deanna Durham and Byron Peachey share their stories in the "Following Jesus with our Lives" series.
  • Sutdents in the Washington Community Scholar's Center (WSCS) program in Washington, D.C. share about their experiences this semester.
  • Sutdents in the Washington Community Scholar's Center (WSCS) program in Washington, D.C. share about their experiences this semester.
  • Tom and Christine Sine share their vision and some possibilities for faithful living for Spiritual Life Week.
  • Tom and Christine Sine share their vision and some possibilities for faithful living for Spiritual Life Week.
  • Tom and Christine Sine share their vision and some possibilities for faithful living for Spiritual Life Week.
  • Stduents provide diverse worship music and styles during Dialog on Race and Diversity (D.O.R.D.) week.
  • David and Csilla Muscan lead worship along with some students.
  • A faculty panel of Jo Wallis, Owen Byer and Sandy Brownscombe shares as part of the Following Jesus with Our Lives chapel series.
  • Members of the International Student Organization (ISO) lead worship during International Education Week.
  • Members of the International Student Organization (ISO) lead worship during International Education Week.
  • Members of the International Student Organization (ISO) lead worship during International Education Week.
  • EMU's Music for the Congregation class leads Christmas hymns from around the world.
  • EMU's Music for the Congregation class leads Christmas hymns from around the world.
  • Students from the summer cross-cultural to Germany share about their experience in chapel.