University Christian Outreach Lansing Blog:
Happy Monday! Here's what's going on this week:
What? 'Holy Spirit' Prayer Meeting
When? Wednesday (Nov. 1st) at 8pm
Where? Third floor MSU Union, Lake Huron room
Please come ready to pray for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit and to receive more of Him. We can never have too much of the Holy Spirit; we can always ask for more! Please join the UCO staff in keeping this event in prayer over the next few days.
Come Holy Spirit!
"And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Counselor to be with you forever - the Spirit of truth. The world cannot accept him, because it neither sees him nor knows him. But you know him, for he lives with you and will be in you." -John 14:16-17
Hi all, UCO has some exciting events coming up in the next couple of weeks! This week weâ€™ve got... **WOMENâ€™S NIGHT** What? Poker Night Where? â€œThe Lodgeâ€ 1437 Vine St., Lansing 48912 When? Wednesday (Oct 25th) at 7:30pm Even if you donâ€™t know how to play poker, youâ€™re welcome to come and watch or learn to play! We will also have other games available and for those Tigers Fans.....yes, the game will be on. **MENâ€™S NIGHT** What? Cabbage Assault When? Wednesday (Oct 25th) at 6:30pm Where? Fields in Brody Complex Any questions call Corey at (517) 204-1782 **FRIDAY** Life in the Spirit Friday MOVIE NIGHT When? Friday (Oct.
UCO has its origin in Christian movements which emphasize growth in Christian character and virtue. It continues to stress practical, day-to-day living as Christian disciples.
A corporate, relational approach to all our activities is central to UCO's vision. It gives an important witness to our overly functional, efficiency-based culture, and provides a home for many students where friendships in Christ can be nourished.
UCO considers its communal witness to be a particular expression of Christ's ideal of committed love among his followers, as well as an effective basis for outreach.
UCO has its origins in ecumenical (i.e., Catholic, Protestant/ Evangelical, Orthodox) groups and movements. It continues to have an ecumenical membership.
UCO esteems the commitments of its members to their churches, and seeks to strengthen that participation. It also attempts to foster goodwill and understanding among students of differing Christian traditions.
UCO recognizes the various ecumenical advances and initiatives of our day as rooted in Christ's expressed desire for unity, as well as a practical and prophetic basis for campus evangelization.
UCO has its origins in charismatic renewal. It continues to be charismatic, especially in its corporate worship.
UCO is concerned with the spiritual renewal of individual Christians, through the release of the Holy Spirit's presence and power. UCO appreciates the various gifts of the Holy Spirit as tools for empowering Christians in worship, ministry and outreach.
UCO views the Holy Spirit's activity in our generation as a time of spiritual renewal, that is, of deepening Christian fervor, strengthening elements of Christian living that have been weakened by the challenges of our age, and imparting fresh grace for the evangelization of the world.