Daily Sabbath

March 22, 2017 at 1010:20 a.m.

TimeMarch 22, 2017 at 1010:20 a.m.
Description

Daily Sabbath is an opportunity to gather, pause, pray, sing, and listen to reflections on faith and learning from diverse members of the campus community.

Today our speaker is Rev. James J. Lobdell '71. His lesson today is "Turn the Other Cheek".

A Gustavus alumn, the Reverend James J. Lobdell '71 has served as Pastor of Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Inglewood, California since 1979. While there, Rev. Lobdell has carried out many service projects, including his "shepherds in the city" ministry for people in need.

Today our guest musician is Mr. Donnie Williams, Music Director of Holy Trinity, Inglewood, CA.

All are invited to attend.

The Office of the Chaplains seeks to accompany the entire Gustavus community in a solidarity that celebrates diversity and embraces connectedness. Because of the Swedish-Lutheran heritage of the college, the Office of the Chaplains promotes spiritual exploration through respectful inclusion and enriching dialogue in the context of global religious pluralism. In doing so, the Office of the Chaplains seeks to strategically integrate faith and spiritual development into learning and life for the sake of restoring communities through radical compassion and hospitality.

Attendancenone
AudiencePublic
CategoryWorship
PostedApr 17, 2019
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