Join us tonight for our annual service project with the Warm Nights shelter! Warm Nights is a rotating shelter that moves among area churches during the colder months. We will be preparing dinner, serving our guests, packing their lunches for tomorrow, and cleaning up. All are welcome to join in, and dinner is included for volunteers, too. We start at 6:00 at St. Andrew’s (or a little earlier, if you can!). If you can’t stay for the whole evening, we’d be grateful for your help whenever you can be there. Questions? Email us.
Due to the icy weather, we are cancelling our in-person gathering for tonight. Instead we’ll have a digital Prayer Service at 7:00. Email us to get the Zoom link!
We’re starting out this semester with a study of the book of Job. Contact Chaplain Kristen to get the background info and commentary. This week we’ll discuss chapters 1-3, which you can read online here. As you read, consider the following:
- Joy: What in the text brings you joy?
- Junk: What in the text bothers you, makes you uncomfortable, or brings up questions?
- Jehovah: Where do you see God in the text?
We’ll use these questions to guide our discussion.
Join us on Tuesdays at 6:00 for Bible study! You can find us at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, in the Parish Hall.
May you be focused.
May you be prepared.
May you feel calm.
And may you be grounded in the knowledge that you are always, eternally loved beyond measure.
We’re keeping you in prayer during exams, Terps!
We’ll be offering our exam time Study Break this Monday, Dec 10, from 12:00-4:00 in the Chapel Lounge. Stop by to de-stress with hot drinks, puzzles, coloring, and a chance to win a Starbucks gift card. Plus the best of all de-stressing games: Jenga.
Questions? Contact us for more info.
Office Hours are canceled today due to poor driving conditions in the area. Please email us if you need anything! We’re keeping all our Terps in prayer as you get ready for Thanksgiving Break.
On All Saints’ Day we pause to remember those who have died, both the holy people in history and those in our own lives. Stop by the Stamp from 11-1 today to add the name of someone you’ve lost to our prayer net.