United Campus Ministry Introduction


L3: Power of Purpose Starts up on 9/5!

What are you passionate about? Why are you “here”? Found your “calling(s)”? How can your one precious life really make a difference in the lives of others?

Join us for L3: Power of Purpose

Wednesdays, beginning Sept. 5

12 – 2 p.m. (Come and go as needed)

Pyon Su Room, 2108, Stamp Student Union

This fun weekly discussion group includes a FREE lunch and empowers students to connect their spirituality and/or core values to their personal, academic, professional and life choices.

Dialogue, and reflect with other students on a journey of self-discovery about what matters most to you as you dream and plan for life now and after graduation.

Our lively conversations and reflective practices occur in a safe space that welcomes and honors diverse spiritual, religious and secular voices.  For more info, contact Chaplain Holly Ulmer, Facebook – Holly Ulmer, or ulmer@umd.edu.

L3: Listen, Learn, Lead: Integrating spirituality/faith or core values with university life towards creating a professional, meaning-filled future.  L3 is a program of United Campus Ministry Chaplaincy.

Also find us on OrgSync https://orgsync.com/142493/groups, Facebook L3 – Listen, Learn, Lead

Productive Rest?:  Relaxation and the Power of Purpose

Meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, May 2, 12-2pm in Nanticoke Room, Stamp Union.
As always, lunch will be provided!
How do you rest?
Do you consciously think about rest and relaxation?
For so many of us, we only passively engage in rest.  We watch netflix or lounge around.  How can we still do these things, but do them in a way that enriches our souls?
For those who are religious, let’s ask how we engage with the idea of sabbath time?
For those who are spiritual or have secular perspectives, how do we think about rest as important to our work time?
Join us for a relaxing discussion about rest, Sabbath time, and how we take care of ourselves as spiritual being.