In 2001, the Christian Study Center began its program at 112 NW 16th Street. 15 years later it continues to serve as the thoughtful presence of Christ to the university community.
Celebrate with us this Friday, June 17th.
1 -2:15 p.m. - Luncheon presentation and discussion of Leisure and Spirituality: Biblical, Historical, and Contemporary Perspectives by Paul Heintzman. Discussion led by Dr. Karl Johnson of Chesterton House at Cornell University.
6-8:30 p.m. - Evening reception at Pascal's the Jazzology Trio and lecture by Dr. Karl Johnson.
Good memories, great coffee, heavy hors d'oeuvres, smooth jazz. Join us for a great evening!
For more information, visit the Study Center website.
Well, he was one of our super hip baristas. But he graduated, which means he's moving on to some pretty cool stuff. What you might not know about Ethan was that he devoted much of his time to some pretty sweet research and will be presenting his honors thesis at Pascal's on June 15th. His presentation is entitled The Centrality of the Torah in the Gospel of Matthew.
His presentation is one of three undergraduate presentations all taking place in the classroom at Pascal's on Wednesday, June 15, from 2-4:30 p.m.
Here are the other two presentations:
A reception will follow the presentations, which means some tasty finger food and good coffee.
More details here.
We're stoked to host these talks and hope to see you there!