Join us for this exciting upcoming event we have co-sponsored!
Puerto Rico Lit aims to teach the UMD community about fundraising initiatives and to encourage people to extend support to those who continue to be affected by the aftermath of hurricane Maria. Join MICA, the UMD Interfaith community, Semilla Cultural, and student collaborators for a celebration focusing on the people of Puerto Rico, their resiliency, and the beauty of the Puerto Rican culture. Food and Bomba Dance/Music workshop will be provided. Event is free to all student and community members.
How can travel influence spiritual/religious/secular perspectives and help us find our life purpose?
Amanda Zimmerman is our special Guest Speaker this Wednesday, 4/11, at L3:Power of Purpose.
Amanda is interning with the Lutheran Campus Ministry – The Humble Walk, as Program and Administrative Assistant.
She will share her incredible experience of recently visiting the Holy Land; how it impacted her Christian faith, and inspired her to take steps towards living out what she now feels called to do.
“That trip opened my eyes to so many more possibilities than I thought would be on my horizon.” Amanda
At L3 we always value and honor diverse perspectives around our lunch table.
After hearing Amanda’s story, those of us gathered will also have the opportunity to share how travel has transformed us, our spiritual or secular worldviews, and may have impacted our sense of life purpose, or urged us on to help others.
Hope you will come and support Amanda and join us for a great program!
12 – 2 p.m., Nanticoke Room, Stamp Student Union
Feel free to invite your friends.
Lunch is Chicken Parmesan and Greek Salad. : )
Jesus Christ is Risen Indeed! As we begin our celebration of the Easter season, we are incredibly grateful for all of the fantastic Holy Week events United Campus Ministry was able to participate in. We are especially grateful for the ecumenical Good Friday Stations of the Cross that we co-hosted with the Catholic, Lutheran, and Baptist chaplaincies, as well as with Memorial Chapel at the University of Maryland. We also enjoyed a fantastic bible study on John 20: 11-18, wherein the risen Christ appears to Mary Magdalene on the evening of Easter Sunday. Moving forward, we will be participating in another interfaith/ecumenical service this coming Wednesday, in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Following this service, we will have our standard Power of Purpose discussion beginning at 1:15.
Join us today at noon in the Nanticoke room in the Stamp Student Union!
What can I do for that cause?