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Monday, September 20, 2010

Upcoming Programs

·         Sept 22, 29—guest speaker, Kevin Larkin, professor in dept of psychology who is studying the power of forgiveness

October 6, 13, 20 – Advent and Art:  Study, design, create advent devotional cards
·    October 6 and 20 – guest speaker, Kris Haig, pastor at First Presbyterian Church Morgantown will lead us in a study of:   Celtic Spirituality -- Recovering a Christian Connection to Creation. When the Celtic lands of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and Brittany were evangelized by Christians over a thousand years ago, they brought to their Christianity a deep connection to nature and an appreciation of ritual as a form of spiritual practice. We'll talk about some of the things that make Celtic spirituality distinctive (and timely), including the great collection of prayers, invocations, and rituals known as Carmina Gaedelica. We'll also do some hands-on things like creating our own Celtic-inspired designs, writing an "everyday blessing" in the Celtic style, and experiencing the "caiming" ritual evoking the protection of God.

October 27 – Come take a mid-semester break with PSF.  We’ll be carving pumpkins and watching Halloween-themed movies.

November 3 – PSF welcomes Imam Sohail Chaudhry of the Islamic Center of Morgantown, who will speak to us about the history, worship, and beliefs of Islam. (http://www.wvu.edu/~msa/; http://icmorgantown.org/)

November 10 – Our theme this week will be a discussion of Christian themes in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.  If you enjoyed C. S. Lewis’s well-known children’s book or the popular movie based on it, come find out how the story reflects the theology of the author of Mere Christianity.

These are all on Wednesday nights starting with free dinner around 7 pm and programs at about 7:36 pm.  All at the campus ministry center (see map on sidebar).  You are always welcome--early, late, on time, occasionally!!

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