Nazareth Protestant Community

March 17, 2016

Hi friends!

Hope you've all had a restful break and are fully back into the swing of the semester!

My spring break led me to Earleville, MD with a group of 8 students, to Clairvaux farm. It was an amazing week of service, playing with cute kiddos on the farm, exploring Washington D.C., campfires, ice cream, laughter, and reflection on homelessness and poverty. As always, I learned things about myself and about others. I gained some new perspectives on issues that affect too many people. We were challenged to consider how the work of Deep Roots at Clairvaux farm is empowering families who are facing homelessness to begin the hard work of starting over again--with support, love, and a safe place to stay.

I wish you all could have been there with us that week, and encourage you to consider how you might spend your next spring break. (I know, I know...we just finished this one). It's never too early to think about the ways your faith can lead you into action.

This week at worship, due to epic illness (the flu is an abomination), we will be doing a hymn sing. Come ready to sing your favorite hymns and praise songs!

Hope you see you there!




Upcoming in Worship

Weekly vespers for Spring Semester 2016 will continue to be held Sunday nights at 8:30 pm in Linehan Chapel.

Upcoming Vespers:

March 20 -- Why does death matter? with student guest preacher, senior, Alexis Scangas.

March 27 -- Why does Easter matter? with Rev. Nadia Mullin presiding over communion. Join us for a creative worship experience as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus!

All are welcome. Food and fellowship will follow worship.

Spirituality Diversity Dinner

Tomorrow, March 18th


Don't miss this opportunity to meet new people and dive deep into discussion.

**This program fulfills many Religious Studies course requirements! Please confirm with your professor**

Space is limited. PLEASE RSVP to

Divine Doughnuts

Tuesdays @ 9:15AM in GAC 151
Coffee. Sprinkles.Prayer.

Join us for our weekly gathering with Nazareth Catholic and Protestant Communities. The next Divine Doughnuts will be on Tuesday March 22nd, 2016.

If you have not had a chance to attend, take advantage of Divine Doughnuts and stop by next week!

Weekly Quaker Worship!

Tuesdays at 8 pm in the Meditation Room in GAC. All are welcome to join us for Quaker worship.

Prayer, Reflection, and Exploration

Awed by Christ's Resurrection: 6 Days of Decrease

What if you fasted collecting praise in order to un-clutter your generation's view of Jesus? What if you fasted avoidance mechanisms that surface when you face the unknown? Study Jesus’ call to abandon the world’s illusions, embrace His kingdom’s reality, and journey cross-ward and beyond. By Alicia Britt Chole.

Naz Christian Fellowship (NCF)

If you're looking for Bible Study, fellowship, music, food, and more, NCF is the place to be! Contact Ceara Curry (, Claire Sobraske (, or Rachael Engert ( if you'd like more information!

Next gathering- Wednesday, March 23rd

NCF also offers rides to three local churches. If you are interested in getting a ride to church contact Nadia at

"NCF is a community that welcomes and supports one another by modeling Christ in service to others."

Local Church Connections

If you are interested in attending worship at a local church and don't know where to start, contact Nadia (

About Us

Nazareth Protestant Community is part of the Center for Spirituality and is an open and welcoming community made up of students reflecting a variety of religious traditions and backgrounds. We worship weekly, host an annual service trip, enjoy fellowship events together, and seek to serve both our Nazareth and larger community. Come and check us out!