Philosophy & Religion
Southwestern College Campus Minister Ashlee Alley has announced the featured speaker schedule for SC Chapel services for the 2013 fall semester.
Chapel is held every Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Messenger Recital Hall in the Darbeth Fine Arts Center. Southwestern College Chapel service seeks to invite individuals to come together in a community of faith and to equip one another with skills to share the Gospel as disciples, by providing an open, Christ-centered, participatory worship experience.
“Connecting in with the campus theme of hope this year, we’ve chosen to have ‘Living Hope’ be our theme for Chapel,” Alley says. “We are focusing on ways that Jesus Christ brings us new life through three different series. The first is called, ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ and will focus on ways that we live the message of Jesus. The second is called, ‘Who am I?’ and will help us explore who God has made us to be and how we can individually make a contribution in the world. The third series is one that is called ‘Faith at Work.’ In it, we will hear how several different people see their faith through their work.”
The featured speaker schedule is as follows:
• Aug. 21— Rev. Ashlee Alley, Southwestern College campus minister
• Aug. 28— Tim Garrett, Frontier Mission Group
• Sept. 4— Rev. Rodney Worsham, First Assembly of God, Medicine Lodge
• Sept. 11—Rev. Tod Anthony, Lakin United Methodist Church
• Sept. 18— Worship Outreach Team Chapel Service
• Sept. 25— Dawn Pleas-Bailey, Southwestern College vice president for student life
• Oct. 2—Rev. Ashlee Alley
• Oct. 9—Rev. Kyle Woodrow, Pastor in South Africa
• Oct. 16—Student Chapel
• Oct. 23—Susan and Kevin Fry, directors of Eden Children’s Village, Doma, Zimbabwe
• Oct. 30— Cheryl Rude, director for Leadership Southwestern
• Nov. 6—Daniel Miller, physician in Winfield
• Nov. 13—Pastor Terrell Davis, New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Wichita
• Nov. 20—Rev. Ashlee Alley
• Nov. 27—No Chapel, Thanksgiving Break
• Dec. 4—“Eagerheart”
Chapel is streamed online each week and can be seen and heard at www.moundbuilder.com. Chapel services are also archived at http://ChapelAtSC.blogspot.com.