The Religious Studies Department offers a broad range of events during the academic year. These activities allow studies to apply lessons from the classroom to life outside the classroom. In addition, students have the opportunity to broaden their understanding of this discipline, and engage in dialogues with many religious traditions. All members of the campus community are welcome to attend these activities. Here are some of the upcoming events that highlight the Elizabethtown College brand of religious studies.
Date and Time: Mondays 3:45-4:30
Location: Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies
The Meditation Club is a student run organization that meets every Monday during the academic year for a period of mindfulness. Overall, the goal of the organization is to provide a chance for students, faculty, and community members to relax and unwind from the stresses of life. Each meeting focuses on the secular practice of meditation in order to calm the mind. Participants who wish to practice elements of religious traditions in association with meditation, such as privately reciting a mantra, are welcome to do so. Sessions are led by faculty advisor Dr. Jeffery Long, and consist of two parts. The opening segment of the program provides a brief introduction to meditation, which transitions into a 15 minute meditation session.
Visit Days at Theological Schools
(for those of you interested in graduate work leading towards ministry or graduate work in theological studies):
Drop Your Nets Visit Days at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
Saturday visit on April 12, 2014.
Days For Discernment at Union Presbyterian Seminary, Richmond, Virginia
Methodist Theological School in Ohio
Information on visiting campus:
MTSO offers a competitive scholarship of full tuition plus $10K stipend!
The Harding Scholarship
The Harding Memorial Scholarship is the top award MTSO offers, with full tuition plus a $10,000 annual stipend. As such, the Harding has its own requirements, a unique application form and a February 1 deadline.