Faith Week 2016

“Allegheny Meets Meadville, Faith to Faith”
January 30 – February 5, 2016

Sat, Jan. 30
2:00-4:00 pm, Schultz Hall                                                                             Students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to this family-friendly event at which various religious groups will provide activities, games, and food to mark the midpoint of winter and look toward spring.

Sun, Jan. 31
11:00 am, Ford Chapel
Chapel: Rev. Sarah Roncolato, ‘80, guest preacher
Through a pulpit exchange with Stone United Methodist Church, we welcome Rev. Sarah Roncolato, who is also an Allegheny alum.

Mon, Feb. 1
8:00 pm, Ford Chapel
Newman: The Reverend Father Eric J. Dinga
Newman hosts a discussion with Fr. Dinga, who was recently ordained at Blessed Sacred Heart Cathedral in Greensburg, PA, and whose brother, Troy, is a leader in Newman.

Tues, Feb. 2
8:30 pm, Ford Chapel
Allegheny Christian Outreach: Rob Prestowitz and Kristin Walker, Urban Promise
Urban Promise seeks to be a community in Christ of servant leadership and transformation, to equip children and young adults with the skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, personal growth, and servant leadership.

Tue, Feb. 2
9:00 pm, Montgomery Gymnasium
Society of Buddhist and Hindu Students and Meditation Club: Meditation
Campus and community members, experienced practitioners and beginners alike are invited to take part in this guided meditation session.

Wed, Feb. 3
5:00 pm, Campus Center 206
Sojourners and Project Nur: Dinner Discussion on Islamophobia
Christians and Muslims join together for this conversation about how to make both the campus and larger community welcoming and safe for Muslim students and faculty.

Thurs, Feb. 4
6:00 pm, Ford Chapel
Fellowship of Christian Athletes/Allegheny Christian Outreach Youth Night
These two Christian groups invite youth from Meadville for pizza, conversation about God, and a giant game of Capture the Flag across campus!

Fri, Feb 5
5:00 pm, Jewish Community Center
Hillel: Tu B’shvat Seder
Celebrate the “New Year of the Trees,” with this ceremonial meal that uses various fruits of the earth in observing the changing seasons of the year.


For information
Spiritual and Religious Life Office or 814-332-2800.