WEEK OF APRIL 15

This Week in Worship

MON | APR 15 | HARRINGTON | Stations of the Cross Led by Office of Worship
TUE | APR 16 | HARRINGTON | Stations of the Cross Led by Office of Worship
WED | APR 17 | HARRINGTON | Foot Washing and Table Service Led by Office of Worship
THUR | APR 18 | HARRINGTON | Seven Last Words Led by Office of Worship
FRI | APR 19 | Good Friday - No Chapel

Unless otherwise noted, chapel begins at 10:10 a.m.; and forum begins at 11:00 a.m.. See the Chapel & Forum calendar to plan for future services and events. There are also opportunities for Morning Prayer during the week.

This Week in Community Life

MON | APRIL 15 | STUDENT FINANCIAL AID FORMS DUE | In order for your Institutional Aid or Scholarship to be renewed for the upcoming Academic Year (2019-2020), we must have updated financial aid information on file for you. Deadline to complete the FAFSA & International Student Financial Aid Form is April 15. Domestic Students must fill out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Our school code is: G01560. International Students must fill out the International Student Financial Aid Form. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid.

TUE | APRIL 16 | 12:30 - 2:30 PM | HOLY POLKA DOTS! | SPACE (CAMPBELL HALL) | Are you seeking a way to ground yourself during Holy Week? Can you make dots on a page? Do you enjoy art?  Join us for a holy week experience of prayer with body, mind, spirit, and paint.  You’ll eat, create, fellowship, and leave with a reminder of holy space. Lunch and supplies provided. Register Here

SAT | APRIL 20 | 7:30 PM | WORSHIP VISIT: EASTER VIGIL | Join the Office of Worship Life for dinner and a visit to an Easter Vigil service on Holy Saturday! We'll meet on campus at 7:30 PM and have dinner together at Lawrence's Cafe (910 W. College Ave.) before attending worship at St. John's Lutheran Church for their 9 PM Easter Vigil service. OWL will sponsor dinner for the first 10 to sign up; RSVP to Alexandra.

This Week in CTS News

DID YOU KNOW? Not on campus? Not a problem. Book an online appointment with a CAL coach to meet virtually!

THRU July 8 | ENGLISH BIBLE EXHIBIT | PITTS LIBRARY AT CANDLER | This exhibit follows the course of historical English Bible translations throughout the centuries. The exhibit includes pieces from Seminary Musician Michael Morgan's personal collection, and MDiv senior Alexandra Mauney helped to curate. Learn More

TOP 3 COURSES IN JOURNEYING TOGETHER AT CENTER FOR LIFE LONG LEARNING | Love Carved in Stone: This study explores how to understand the Ten Commandments in their Biblical and contemporary contexts; Women of Color Colloquy: This is a peer-mentoring experience for WOC clergy seeking collegial support and challenge; Fearless Dialogues in Youth Ministry: Workshops includes a variety of topics such as racism, sexual ethics, gender beyond the binary, and the rising anxiety in adolescence. Learn More

GLOBAL GROWER’S SPRING FARM SHARE | The Global Growers Farm Share program is a weekly subscription of farm fresh vegetables that connects you directly and transparently to our farm and our community. Global Growers partners with farmers who came to Atlanta as refugees and are expert agriculturalists using organic practices as they grow new businesses in Georgia. Starting at just $25 a week, you get 7-10 organically grown vegetables harvested just 15 miles from downtown Atlanta. Plus, you can customize your weekly box of produce as well as add options like farm-direct coffee and locally-produced products. The season started April 2 and pick up is at Legacy Park (formally The United Methodist Children's Home). Sign up today! Save $10 when you use the code CTS4GG at checkout.

APOLLOS SEMINARY SCHOLARSHIP FOR PC(USA) STUDENTS | The Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation provides scholarships annually for PC(USA) students. The deadline extended to May 1, 2019. More information can be found on their website or here.

FTD - FELLOWSHIP FOR THEOLOGICAL DISCUSSION | Meets every Friday, 4:30 PM at the Marlay House in Decatur. A carpool leaves the NRH parking lot at 4:15; otherwise, meet us there. Conversation is vibrant. Snacks and nonalcoholic drinks are on us!

CTS GARDEN | Do you love fresh vegetables and herbs? Love to garden?Looking for a place to contribute compostables? The CTS community garden, sponsored by SAGE, needs you! Individual plots available for lease. Learn More

MONDAY MEDITATION | HARRINGTON CENTER BOARD ROOM | 7:30 - 8:00 AM | A time of silence, stillness and restoration. Meditation is a spiritual practice where one or more participants create a space to "be still." Why meditate? Meditation can bring a greater sense of peace and well being. Meditation is an offering of (and for) ourselves, in mind, body and spirit. It is a place where we come to just "be" in the quiet stillness of God's presence. Come meditate every Monday when classes are in session !