|2||Faith stories – staff members Casey Cole, Terrance Jones and Ben Miller||chapel|
|4||Restoring real courageous leadership one story at a time! – Susan Schultz Huxman, president of Eastern Mennonite University (Harrisonburg, Va.)||forum|
|6||What is your top 3? – Jess Engle, pastor, Hesston Mennonite Church||chapel|
|8||42 is the answer but what is the question? – Micah Hurst||chapel|
|11||Callings – Paul Unruh, Mennonite Disaster Service||forum|
|18||– Mackenzie Miller, HC class of 2018||forum|
|25||– Fine Arts students||forum|
|2||Anger – Mary and Mark Hurst||chapel|
|4||Forgiveness – Mary and Mark Hurst||chapel|
|6||Emergency preparedness – Hesston Police Chief Doug Schroeder, Hesston EMS Director Russ Buller, Disaster Management student Jonah Hoem||forum|
|9||Rings of the Lord – interactive chapel, meets in Hesston Mennonite Church Community Center||chapel|
|11||Fear – Dustin Galyon, men’s basketball head coach||chapel|
|18||Can we be friends? – Jo Anne Mulatre and Cristal Guzman||chapel|
|20||Ecopeace – Katie Schmidt, Dyck Arboretum horticulturist, International Day of Peace||forum|
|23||Worship in music and Building identity – Micah Hurst||chapel|
|25||– President Joe Manickam, Associate Academic Dean Carren Moham||chapel|
|27||Homecoming Forum – Makayla Ladwig (class of 2015) and David Ladwig (2018)||forum|
|30||Forgiveness – Ministry Assistants||chapel|
|19||Belonging – President Manickam||chapel|
|21||What is chapel? – Micah Hurst, campus pastor||chapel|
|26||Prayer – Micah Hurst, campus pastor||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.
- 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.