Centered in University Circle,  Covenant Student Ministries is a welcoming community for college students that seeks to live out God's inclusive love on campus and in our world through faith, fellowship, and service. 

STUDENT COMMUNITY UPDATE 
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Don't miss out, stay up to date with what is happing at Covenant Student Ministries. 
ALL ARE WELCOME! Join us as you can!

Covenant Student Ministries creates a campus community that intentionally welcomes all. We do this without requiring adherence to any religious belief or creed. We foster a climate of purposeful inclusion, an environment where all can feel safe, valued, cared for, and given an opportunity to form meaningful connections with each other. We cherish the diversity of humanity, a diversity which includes differences in sex, age, race, ethnicity, and national origin, range of abilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, financial means, education, and political perspective. These beliefs and practices apply to all of the activities of our ministry and inform all of our decisions.

CONNECT is back!
TONIGHT! Thursday, January 26th
5:30 pm, Lower Level -- Living Room

Join us, each Thursday, for CONNECT!  at 5:30 pm in the Living Room in lower level  at Church of the Covenant. This is an opportunity for you to connect with other students and your spiritual self. Join us for a FREE dinner, community and conversation! ALL ARE WELCOME!

This Weeks's Menu: Taco Night!

Student Brunch! 
Sunday, February 5th at 11:15 am
Activity Room, CotC Lower Level

Each month Covenant Student Ministries hosts a FREE brunch.  Come for this time of fellowship with great food prepared by our own Covenant Chefs! This is a FREE meal and open to all CWRU, CIA and CIM students! Invite your friends and join us for brunch!! 

Invite Your Friends! ALL ARE WELCOME!
Free Food - Great Community - No Strings Attached
New Grad Student Community!!

Our new Sojourn Community is an intentional community for Grad Students, Post Docs, Medical Residents and their partners to explore faith and spirituality as we wrestle with life's worthy questions of who we are, what we believe, and how we are connected to the world around us.

Are you intersted in being part of this community? 

The InterReligious Task Force (IRTF) will be hosting our 17th annual Social Justice Teach-In in conjunction with Case Western Reserve University on February 4 on Case's campus. The Teach-In provides participants of all ages with information, practical skills, and resources to support justice and human rights programming at their schools, congregations, or civic groups. NOW is the time to organize!

Choose from 30+ workshops on local and global justice issues. Listen to a keyno te "Power Concedes Nothing" by Dr. Lisa Brock and performances by the Peace Poets of the Bronx.
FREE admission for high school and college students! $10 for other community members.
Join us on February 4th and gain skills training to work for social change!


Covenant Student Ministries
 216-421-0482 ext. 237 | klowry@CovenantWeb.org | www.CovenantWeb.org/University-Students
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