The Weekly Update
Yahoo, Spring Break is here! Praying you all have some time to rest and be refreshed to finish out the semester strong.
Perhaps you'd be interested in setting aside some time for a personal Retreat of Silence? In Matthew 11:28-30, Jesus invites us to come to Him and find rest for our souls. Below I've included a Retreat Guide, which you can use to guide you into a time of rest and reflection.
This week we are celebrating that InterVarsity was awarded the CLUB OF THE MONTH by the Office of Student Activities! We're so grateful for this honor and thank God for His goodness towards us!
SAVE THE DATE - March 20, we're hosting a campus wide DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT. We'd love for you to join in the fun. Bring your JJC friends, your fun, loving competitive spirit and we'll have a great time together!
Lastly, we have some more GOOD NEWS ... we received OSA funding to provide free lunch for the remainder of the semester at our Wednesday Weekly Gatherings! So come hungry, we'll have FREE PIZZA on 3/27.
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SAVE THE DATE
Looking for a SUMMER JOB? As an InterVarsity student, this may be just the thing for you!
What is Summer Crew? Spend the summer on the scenic shoreline of Lake Huron growing in a tight-knit community of service. As Summer Crew, you will have the opportunity to partner with our dedicated camp staff to serve retreat groups of all kinds. We are hiring college students to work in a wide variety of departments. Stretch yourself, make lifelong friends and draw near to God in His creation—make this summer unique. LEARN MORE HERE
CHAPTER FOCUS WEEK
Get away with your InterVarsity chapter – and hundreds of other students from across the midwest – to experience a week of Bible study, worship, and leadership training that will change your life and campus. Take this opportunity to escape to a beautiful retreat setting where you can deepen your relationship with God, invest in friendships, and become better equipped for taking the good news of Jesus back to campus.