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Participate in the Prayer Odyssey through Friday:

You can still sign up to be part of three days of round-the-clock prayer for the college, ourselves, our communities and our world. This event lasts through Friday.

Sign up for one or more half-hour prayer times here: http://tinyurl.com/osj5ktv

Students, faculty and staff are all invited to participate. Participants are especially needed to fill the early morning and late evening time slots. Pray on your own or with your roommate, your housemates, your colleagues or your small group. The ministry leaders have prepared the Quiet Place in the lower level of Kulp with resources to guide your prayer, as well as hot refreshments.

Application deadline for Worship Assistant is Friday:

Are you interested in working with a small group of dedicated GC students to craft meaningful and diverse chapel and worship opportunities? These positions call for your thoughtfulness, creativity, sensitivity to God and your willingness to listen carefully to the faith experiences of others (and about 2 hours a week). All applications are due by this Friday.

View the application form and requirements here:
https://www.goshen.edu/cmin/student-leaders/worship-assistant/

Sister Care Workshop: Next Weekend

On March 20 and 21, there is a free workshop hosted by Sister Care, an organization that has branched off of Mennonite Women USA.

At this workshop, we will explore ideas such as body image, self-worth, managing stress, making life decisions and other topics related to women our age and our struggles. Two visitors, Carolyn Heggen and Rhonda Keener, will be presenting. Both women are a part of the Sister Care organization. There will also be home-cooked food provided by local churches.

The workshop will be held on March 20 from 7-9 p.m. and March 21 from 9-3 p.m. To register, join the event on the Facebook page. For any further information or questions, contact Maggie Weaver or Beth Martin Birky.

Upcoming Senior Recitals:

This weekend GC senior music majors Hillary Harder and Madeline Yoder will be giving their senior recitals.

Harder, a soprano, will present her senior voice recital with pianist Christine Larson Seitz on Sunday, March 15 at 4:00 p.m. in Rieth Recital Hall. The program will feature songs by Dowland, Bach, Faure, Bernstein, Verdi and more.

Madeleine Yoder will present her senior oboe recital on Sunday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Rieth Recital Hall. Her program will feature works by Ibert, Mozart, Britten, Telemann and Jake Smucker. Yoder is accompanied by Christine Larson Seitz on piano.

Admission to both recitals is free and open to the public. Receptions will follow both performances in the Music Center.

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