Seton Hill University’s Campus Ministry will host “A Week with Christ” September 18-23. All events are free and open to the public. Co-sponsors for “A Week with Christ” are the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, First Presbyterian Church, Otterbein United Methodist Church and Free Methodist Church of Greensburg.

Activities, which will take place on Seton Hill University’s hilltop campus in Greensburg, include:

Sunday, September 18, 7 p.m.: Mass in Saint Joseph Chapel
Monday, September 19, 9 p.m.: Coffee Talk “Coffee with Christ” on Sullivan Lawn
Tuesday, September 20, 9 p.m.: Contemporary Worship with “The Way” on Sullivan Lawn
Wednesday, September 21, 9 p.m.: Bibles by the Bonfire on Sullivan Lawn
Thursday, September 22, 9 p.m.: Guest Speaker Mike Stahl, head pastor, Victorious Life Church, Greensburg, Pa., on Sullivan Lawn

According to Sister Maureen O’Brien, director of Campus Ministry, “’A Week with Christ’ is an opportunity for the Seton Hill community to celebrate and to understand what Jesus Christ has done for each one of us. This event will unite Christians and non-Christians as they explore the person and the mission of Jesus Christ, deepen their faith and understand practices and teachings.”

“A Week with Christ will reach out to students and share Christianity in a new and exciting way,” said Jessica Orlowski, senior and peer minister. “We want to show other Christians, who are perhaps reticent about their beliefs that they are not alone. We are excited about the activities and what the week will bring.”
Seton Hill University’s Campus Ministry program provides opportunities for students of all faith traditions to enrich their university experience by participation in prayer and worship, community service, social responsibility and sharing the gifts of faith with the entire community.

Spiritual programming and sacramental ministry are provided to foster student’s spirituality and human growth. In addition to regular liturgical and prayer experiences, there are opportunities for retreats, evenings of reflection, discussion groups, bible study, and faith sharing. Ecumenical prayer services for the entire University community are held several times each semester. Campus Ministry provides opportunities for students to train for, participate in, and reflect upon meaningful service to the community. These service experiences include aiding the very young and the elderly, the unemployed and economically disadvantaged, the homeless, and the handicapped. Students enrich their own lives while helping others in the search for justice and liberation from needless suffering. All students are invited to participate in Campus Ministry programs.