Monthly Archives: October 2011

ALIVE Club: Worship and Discussion-For What Are You Hungering?

WORSHIP and DISCUSSION: For What Are You Hungering? In community and in the presence of God, we will prayerfully explore and reflect on the question: for what I am hungering? Following A.L.I.V.E: let’s celebrate our loved ones at 9PM. Bring … Continue reading

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Justice Walking

“BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD”- Mahatma Gandhi Justice Walking is a unique discipleship process that brings young adults into a small, committed community. Over the course of one semester, J Walkers dialogue, reflect, and apply … Continue reading

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Yom Kippur

October7-8, 2011 Jewish Day of Atonement. The holiest of the Jewish year and is observed with strict fasting and repentance. During the time of the temple ritual, the high priest would enter the Holy of Holies to offer atonement for … Continue reading

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Vigil for Immigrant Rights

Join the ALIVE Club and Campus Ministry on: Wednesday, October 19th from 5pm-6pm at West Contra Costa County Detention Center!Richmond High School (with members of HNU’s Alive Club) have planned an interfaith vigil to speak up for immigrant rights. The … Continue reading

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Busy Person’s Retreat

Busy Person’s Retreat begins November 6th! As the semester starts to get rolling, you are invited to pause and reflect on finding the sacred in your everyday life. Explore prayer, embodiment, vocation, and justice accompanied by your very own spiritual … Continue reading

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