September 2019

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Chapel: Amani Children's Choir

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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Chapel: Gerald Longjohn

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Our traditional undergraduate chapel services use a lectionary adapted specifically for colleges by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church to study the large narrative of Scripture. On Sept. 9, Gerald Longjohn, vice president of student development, will give a teaching based on Mark 1:1-15.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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Chapel: Joe Stowell

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Our traditional undergraduate chapel services use a lectionary adapted specifically for colleges by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church to study the large narrative of Scripture. On Sept. 11, Joe Stowell, president of CU, will give a teaching based on the lectionary.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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Chapel

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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Chapel: Laurie Burgess

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Our traditional undergraduate chapel services use a lectionary adapted specifically for colleges by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church to study the large narrative of Scripture. On Sept. 16, Laurie Burgess, associate professor of education, will give a teaching based on Mark 1:16-28.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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Chapel: Peter Osborn

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Our traditional undergraduate chapel services use a lectionary adapted specifically for colleges by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church to study the large narrative of Scripture. On Sept. 18, Peter Osborn, executive vice president and chief operations officer, will give a teaching based on the lectionary.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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Together for the City with Tim Keller and City to City

More than half the world's population lives in urban areas. Tokyo has 38 million people. Shanghai has 23 million. Lagos has grown to nearly 10 million in less than a decade. It's estimated that two-thirds of people will live in cities by 2050.

As cities grow, so does the need for more urban churches. At Together for the City, Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, will talk about his passion for cities and why he is devoting the rest of his life to investing in future ministry leaders who will work to spread the gospel to city dwellers around the world.

We will also hear about a new book, written by church planters Neil Powell and John James, titled "Together for the City." The book tells the story of a group of leaders from across denominations who came together in a brand new way, creating a vision for their city called 2020birmingham.

This event is for pastors and ministry leaders who are working together for the spread of the gospel in their cities.

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All remaining tickets will be available for sale at the door beginning at noon.

Chapel: Mordecai Njoroge

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Our traditional undergraduate chapel services use a lectionary adapted specifically for colleges by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church to study the large narrative of Scripture. On Sept. 20, Mordecai Njoroge will give a teaching based on Psalm 38.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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Chapel: Chip Huber

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Our traditional undergraduate chapel services use a lectionary adapted specifically for colleges by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church to study the large narrative of Scripture. On Sept. 23, Chip Huber, associate vice president for student development and athletics, will give a teaching based on Mark 2:1-12.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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Chapel: Artie Lindsay

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Our traditional undergraduate chapel services use a lectionary adapted specifically for colleges by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church to study the large narrative of Scripture. On Sept. 25, Artie Lindsay, teaching pastor for Tabernacle Community Church, will give a teaching based on Esther 1:1-12, 2:1-10.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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Chapel: Ana Hoezee

At Cornerstone University, we are compelled and inspired by Jesus Christ. Chapel exists as an intentional space to gather together as a community in the midst of the busy seasons of college life. Cornerstone teaches its students to be thoughtful and intentional about their Christian growth, and chapel provides an opportunity to integrate faith and learning as a larger community.

Our traditional undergraduate chapel services use a lectionary adapted specifically for colleges by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church to study the large narrative of Scripture. On Sept. 27, Ana Hoezee will give a teaching based on Psalm 39.

Chapel services are open to prospective students and their families, alumni, friends of the university and members of the area community.

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