Chapel and Forum Schedule

October

1 – Dan Muwhezi, social sciences faculty chapel
3 Source Course Week forum
6 When barriers keep us in the dark chapel
8 Doorways into prayer – Nathan Koontz and Tonya Ramer Wenger, pastors of First Mennonite Church, Hutchinson, Kan. chapel
13 Resilience and disaster – Sigit Wijayanta, father of HC sophomore Galed Krisjayanta chapel
15 Making service our story – Ben Kreider, Service Adventure participant, Mennonite Mission Network chapel
17 Music recital forum
20 The adventure of remote missions – Dan Bumstead chapel
22 Piano dedication chapel
24 Timeless Fashion and Timeless Influence: Eugene Alexander Couture – Susan Kauffman forum
31 How faith-based organizations can work with the Federal Government – David Myers, director of the Department of Homeland Security’s Center for Faith-based & Neighborhood Partnerships forum

September

1 MAs – who we are – Ministry Assistants chapel
3 Perspective on North Korea from a Christian worker – Joe Manickam, director, Northeast and Central Southern Asia Program at Mennonite Central Committee chapel
5 Conversations for peace in Palestine and Israel: An overview of the conflict – Daryl Byler, executive director at Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, Eastern Mennonite University forum
8 One man’s passion: marching for civil rights in the U.S. – Bruce Rogers, educator chapel
10 Helping flood survivors in High River, Alberta – Disaster Management Program students chapel
12 Your brain, stress and the signs we wear – Julie Lehman, campus counselor forum
15 For such a time as this: Reflections from Ferguson – Michelle Armster, Interim Transitional Executive Director, Mennonite Central Committee Central States chapel
17 Starting with smart resources – on Bible apps – Todd Lehman, campus pastor chapel
19 E pluribus unum: Out of many, one – Tony Brown, artist-in-residence and sociology and history faculty forum
24 Blessed are the peacemakers – Shin-hee Chin, art faculty, Tabor College forum
26 Each Other’s Light – Tony Brown, artist-in-residence and history and sociology faculty, and Herm Weaver, Mountain States Mennonite Conference minister Homecoming chapel chapel
29 – Daniel Moya, Hesston College class of 2008 and member of La Republica Rock Latino chapel

August

18 Opening Chapel – Todd Lehman, campus pastor chapel
20 2014-15 theme verse – President Howard Keim chapel
22 Student Life forum
25 You are not alone – Meme Overholt, pastor at Church of the Savior, Wichita chapel
27 Learning through service with others – representatives of local service organizations chapel
29 Academic Services forum

 

Chapel
Chapels are planned by the Campus Pastor to accomplish one or more of the following: build Christ-centered community, provide worship opportunities, inform students about Christian mission, and assist with the integration of faith and life.
Forum
Forums are planned by faculty and staff to create dialogue about a specific topic or idea.

All chapels and forums begin at 11 a.m. unless otherwise noted. Chapel takes place in the Hesston Mennonite Church Worship Center. Audio of past chapels is available by clicking on linked chapel titles.

DVD recordings of most chapel services are available for purchase ($5 for campus delivery, $7 for shipped copies) from Gary Oyer, director of Media and Instructional Technology Services.