Hospitality is about providing a sense of welcome to whomever walks through our door. It’s not an invitation to assimilate, but rather an embrace that invites people to come as they are. At the CA, we provide an inclusive, fun and supportive space that is a home away from home for students.
Faith Exploration is about digging into what it means to call ourselves Christians, followers of Jesus Christ. It means processing things being learned, figuring out how other aspects of out lives connect with our faith, and growing in our understanding of how to live this faith out on a daily basis, and growing in our knowledge of Scripture.
Service and Advocacy is about living out God’s call to participate in Kingdom work, to actively seek to help bring about the kingdom of God here on earth. It is about being both a voice for the voiceless, and listening to those who are voiceless so we can learn what it is they have to say. It is about recognizing our place of privilege, and doing something to help make things a little more equal.
DHS pairs Penn students with low income, first generation high school students from Upward Bound for mentoring, retreats, service days, scholarships and fun.
The CA will be going to Taizé, France, over Spring Break. We are beginning to fundraise now! Let us know if you are interested in joining or supporting this trip.
Tuesdays from 12-2 Drop by for lunch Wednesdays @ 6:30 Community Dinner Wednesdays @ 7:30 Worship
Monday, Sept 18 @ 6-8pm
Stop by the CA for some fun, snacks, and games! We'll break out some of our favorite card and board games. Come for the whole time or stop by for a bit before digging in to studying for the evening.Facebook Event
Monday; Sept. 25 6-8pm
Come by the CA to make some fall-themed tasty treats! At 6 we'll make an apple crisp, and after we'll make something pumpkin spice flavored.
Join the CA for a trip to a corn maze! Not a maze fan? There will be pumpkin picking and more that you can do instead! It will be a wonderful fall afternoon!
I just wanted to give you a brief history of this text. 1 Thessalonians is the oldest book in the New Testament, written around AD 52. It was written by Paul the Apostle and intended for the people of Thessalonica. This particular passage speaks on how Christian should behave.View Post
Yesterday I came across this quote on my way to Old City: When I first read this passage, the word that stuck out to me the most was disorder. Disorder. It’s probably because I have been feeling like my life has been in disorder for the past couple of weeks. I am graduating next month, so, as you can imagine, my life has been filled with thoughts....View Post
Have you ever watched a movie and wondered why the characters can’t think of a better way to act? Do you sit on the edge of your seat saying or thinking “Why would you open that door? Don’t open that door!” or maybe “Don’t go out into the jungle! You know the clever raptors hunt in packs.”View Post