University Christian Outreach Lansing Blog:
Our second cookout/talk in our Scripture Thursday series is this week!
What? Cookout and talk on "A Spiritual Orientation to the Scriptures Part II"
When? Thursday, May 24th 6-7pm
Where? Work of Christ Center (4828 South Hagadorn Rd., E. Lansing 48823)
Everyone is welcome. Don't forget to bring your $2 to help cover the cost of food
This summer we're getting together on Thursdays over the dinner-hour. Here's the plan:
** Starts THIS THURSDAY at 6pm at the Work of Christ Center **
What? Scripture Thursdays with a Cookout!
-How much do you know about the Bible? (canonicity, Bible genre, original languages...)
-Do you read the Bible with faith and spiritual insight? (typology, the incarnation, the interpretive key...)
-Have you explored tools that help you read the Bible? (translations, concordances, study patterns...)
These Thursdays are designed to teach you to read, pray and study the Bible, and to begin to do it with greater spiritual insight. Get ready to mark your calendar....
This week we're having a Finale Party to close a great year of UCO.
Please note that we're starting earlier than usual- at 6:30pm and the evening will include dinner... (can anybody say cookout?!)
When? Wed., April 25th at 6:30pm
Where? Granger Meadows Park (Lansing)
Click on this link for a map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&layer=&ie=UTF8&z=16&11=42.782031,-84.528615&spn=0.00704,0.014591&t=h&om=1
Come ready to have some fun and don't forget to bring your ball-mitt!!!
See you on Wednesday,
We have quite a few events coming up in the near future. Please read on...
When? Wed., April 18th at 8pm
Where? "The Tower" Room (4th floor, MSU Union)
Please bring comfortable walking shoes because we'll be going out on campus!
All the Christian groups on campus are invited to come together for an evening of prayer and worship.
When? Fri., April 20th from 6-7:30ish
Where? McDonel Kiva (McDonel is the middle dorm on the North side of Shaw West off Bogue). See our map at: http://lansing.ucoweb.org/directions
The after-party --which includes plenty of food and fellowship-- is at the Living Rock (big white house across from Mason/Abbott on Grand River).
Reminder: There is a Prayer Meeting this Wednesday, April 4th at 8pm in The Tower Room (4th floor, MSU Union). We will be hearing from Luke Oskvarek on “Guidance.”
Seder Meal Event
The Seder meal (also known as “Passover”) is a traditional Easter Celebration. Easter is simply the Christian Passover. The Passover feast celebrated annually by the Jewish people is fulfilled in Christ’s sacrificial death and victorious resurrection. Our observance of the Passover can thus teach us the true significance of Christ’s redeeming sacrifice and provide a fitting way to celebrate the events which have brought us freedom.