Wednesday, November 14, 2012, 9:45 am - 10:30 am


Richard Foster describes different Christian Traditions as "streams of living water".  In his book with that title Foster examines the unique contributions of each of these traditions and offers as examples of how these streams offer great gifts to the overall Christian community. We have faculty, staff and students who have been raised in and/or practice different streams. For Wednesday’s Re:Focus chapels we are offering four expressions of these “streams”. We are thankful for the local pastors who have been willing to come and lead us in worship on this day.

Your choices for Wednesday Chapel are:


Rev. Terrell Fletcher: Pastor of Hope Church International at Faith Chapel

Christian Tradition: Charismatic

Location: Crill Performance Hall


Rev. Beverly Cook: Pastor of Christian Formation at Mission Church of the Nazarene

Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-8

Sermon Title: "In the Presence of a Holy God"

Christian Tradition: Wesleyan

Location: ARC


Rev. Matt Hammet: Lead Pastor of Flood Church

Christian Tradition: Reformed

Location: Brown Chapel


Rev. Caleb Hummel: Assistant Pastor at Holy Trinity Anglican Parish

 Scripture: 1 Kings 17:8-16

Christian Tradition: Liturgical

Location: Cunningham Dining Room