5/10: L3 Worship & Pre-Finals Support

Hello Everyone,
How are you doing? We are thinking of you and all the adjustments you have had to make to your student life this semester.  Chaplain Holly continues to be available for a catch up chat and prayer support.  (This is for any alums too!)
Sunday night 6 p.m. is our last L3 event for the spring semester.With upcoming finals in mind our worship theme will be:
God our Rock and Our Provider Psalm 31: 2, 3 “Incline your ear to me; rescue me speedily. .You are indeed my rock and my fortress.”  
Matthew 7: 7 “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” NIV  
We will also give thanks for our mothers as it is Mother’s Day.
Email Chaplain Holly for the zoom link ulmer@umd.edu
Join us for some spiritual inspiration, sharing, and for community virtual support.We are all in this together!
Peace and blessings,

Jennifer, L3 Intern and Chaplain Holly 😇

5/7 Day of Prayer

Today is Interfaith Day of Prayer.

This YouTube clip is a beautiful prayer in the Christian tradition prepared and given by Rev. Jill Duffield, the editor of Presbyterian Outlook.

It is based on the Bible lectionary passages for this Sunday

Psalm 31: 1-5, 15-16 John 14: 1-14 Acts 7:55-60 1 Peter 2: 2-10

5/6 L3: Encouragement & Spiritual Inspiration for Finals

Hello Everyone, Wednesday, 12 – 1 p.m. is the last L3: Power of Purpose for the semester. We will be sharing inspirational spiritual and secular quotes and music to prepare for finals (you will be able to keep the powerpoint to use again).

Also we will take time to reflect

1. What we personally have learned this semester from L3, UMD studies, life that we especially will remember and continue to hold for our life journeys.  Intern Jennifer will start us off, sharing out of her experience.
2. What the COVID-19 crisis has taught us so far.

Email me at ulmer@umd.edu to get the zoom link.

Hope you will join us! And let me know how I, we can be supportive.
Peace and blessings,Chaplain Holly  😇

5/3 Worship: The Miracle of God’s Hope & Abundance during COVID-19

Hello Everyone,

Hope you and yours are staying safe.

You’re invited to our 5/3 Sunday night informal worship, 6 – 7 p.m.

Facing Fear and Uncertainty: The miracle of God’s hope and abundance during COVID-19.

Acts 2:42-47

Our worship theme is how in difficult times God’s abundance and hope are found in community.   Since the early church, people of faith have been called to model God’s generosity.

Join us for some encouragement and inspiration; and share your own thoughts on the topic. All are welcome, including different spiritual and interfaith perspectives.

Email me for the zoom link at ulmer@umd.edu

Also be in touch to schedule one on one spiritual support.

Peace and Blessings,

Chaplain Holly

L3: 4/29 Power of Purpose – Race and COVID-19: the African American Community

Join L3 on Wednesday April 29th from 12 to 1 p.m. for an informative discussion on the specific risks that the African American community faces during this pandemic. 

We will focus on socio-economic factors involved with the spread and contraction of COVID-19.

Explore with us how we, as individuals, and together, have the power to impact these larger systemic processes.  

How does our faith, spiritual or core values inspire us, call us to respond and take action?

All are welcome! Come and go as needed.

To join the zoom, email Chaplain Holly at ulmer@umd.edu

See you on Wednesday,


Samantha and Jennifer, L3 Interns

Chaplain Holly

L3: Bible Wheel of Fortune Game Night

Join us Sunday night from 6-7 p.m. for a fun game of Bible Wheel of Fortune.
We will be guessing Biblical words and short verses to win points. Zoom with us to have some fun and de-stress!

To join the zoom meeting, please email Chaplain Holly at ulmer@umd.edu

See you then 

Samantha and Jennifer, L3 Interns

Chaplain Holly

4/22 L3: Power of Purpose, Xenophobia and Covid-19

Hello Everyone

This Wednesday, 4/22, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m join us for a sensitive discussion on how xenophobia has intersected with COVID-19 during this pandemic.

We will be looking at instances of xenophobia aimed at Asian Americans in the United States.

This will be part of a multi-part discussion series on Race and COVID-19. Our next discussions will be focusing on how the pandemic has specifically affected African-Americans and what communities of faith are doing to respond to the racial justice components of the pandemic.

Zoom with us to explore how we can be called to change these occurrences, and make a meaningful difference. How does your life purpose or call to be a disciple of Christ intersect with these social justice challenges?

To Join the Zoom Meeting please email Chaplain Holly at ulmer@umd.edu 


Samantha and Jennifer, L3 Interns

Chaplain Holly