This Week in Spiritual Life
Everyone is welcome at all Spiritual Life activities wherever you are on your spiritual journey.
Pay particular attention to this week's Conversations that Matter forum and the upcoming Spring Break Service Trip.
Week of February 22, 2016
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Rev's Ugly Mug – Monday, 4:00-5:30 PM – Join us at the coffee shop in town, the Ugly Mug, for a free drink and conversation about current events from a spiritual perspective. – For those who need transportation, a van will leave from the Student Center at 4:00 and will be back on campus by 5:30. This Week's Topic: Feminism in Politics and the Media
Conversations that Matter: A Short Book about Killing, Monday, 7:00 PM, Patridge Conference Room
Please join with us tonight, February 22 at 7:00 PM in the Patridge Conference Room as we host a book launch with former Union alum and current trustee turned author, Dr. Sonya Jones. Her book, A Short Book about Killing, will be featured in conversation on this evening. She’ll share from the book and lead us in a short time of Q & A to be followed by her book signing. We hope you can attend. http://www.unionky.edu/news/union-trustee-book-subject-conversations-mat...
UPraise in the Kennel --Tuesday, 2:30 PM
Fifteen minutes of praise, songs, Scripture, and prayer
Eat Pray Fun — Tuesday, 5:30 PM – Location: Spiritual Life House, which is the green house on Manchester Street near the Stop and Go. Discussion and study topic from now until Easter: Baptism
Bible Study in the Kennel — Sunday, 8:00 PM
Jared Turpin is leading this Bible Study.
Spring Break Service Trip, Sunday, March 6 - Friday, March 11
Spiritual Life is partnering with the Union College Wilderness Club to have an outdoors oriented Spring Break Service Trip. We will be sleeping on the floor of a farmhouse and will have opportunities for hiking, caving, rapelling, and other outdoor activities, possibly including opportunities for being on the water. We will spend a couple of our days engaging in service activities at nearby Mountain Institute and/or Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area. All costs will be covered by Union College. If you want to sign up, email College Minister David Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org .