Campus Life

Crossroads

One of the most important ways in which Campus Ministry carries out its mission is by organizing the Crossroads programs. Crossroads is the weekly chapel service at Mars Hill, held Tuesday mornings at 11:00 in Broyhill Chapel (unless otherwise noted). Although worship is a vital part of Crossroads, the program is designed to examine that place where faith meets reason. Sometimes the service is designed to encourage thought, and sometimes it is designed to encourage the experience of worship. But always, it is about examining the impact of a living faith on the individual and on the world.

 Crossroads Spring 2017

Jan. 24: Rev. Stephanie McLeskey, MHU Chaplain Youtube Play
Jan. 31: Alaysia Black Hackett, MHU Director of Diversity & Multicultural Affairs Youtube Play
Feb. 7: Black History Month Celebration, Derek Hicks, Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture at Wake Forest School of Divinity Youtube Play
Feb. 14: Love Feast, a community celebration of God’s love
Feb. 21: Alathea, acoustic, americana-folk, singer-songwriter, harmony-driven female duo, Cristi Johnson and Mandee Radford, from the mountains of Tennessee
Feb. 28: Andrew Hoots, MHU Assistant Chaplain
Mar. 7: Women’s History Celebration, Nancy Sehested, Co-pastor of the Circle of Mercy Congregation, an ecumenical church in Asheville
March 21: Communion and Prayer Service
March 28: Rev. Munnich, founder and Dharma Teacher for the Zen Center of Asheville and Dharma Teacher for Charlotte Zen Meditation Society
April 4: Kyle Matthews, a Christian artist and ordained minister serving a local congregation in Greenville, SC
April 11: Holy Week, Stephanie McLeskey, MHU Chaplain
April 18: Convocation and Celebration of Community Engagement
April 25: Marc Mullinax, MHU Professor of Religion
May 2: Senior Convocation