Food for the Soul
Local church congregations and other organizations bring a home-cooked meal for students each week at Food for the Soul. Time together generally opens with prayer and ends with discussion and fellowship.
Tuesdays, 5:30 PM, Dirlam Lounge
Spend some time together in fellowship. After hours is a time for fellowship after Campus Worship on Wednesday nights in Dirlam Lounge. Activities and food are provided by organizations from around campus for a relaxing and fun evening.
My name is Danielle Fairchild and I am the intern for Celebration and Hospitality for the Religious Life Community (RLC) here on campus. My job here is to arrange Food for the Soul, After Hours, and create sense of welcome and hospitality in the chapel.
I am currently a junior studying Psychology, and I plan to get to go to graduate school to get a counseling degree. I am from the beautiful countryside of Stuart, Iowa which a small town northwest of here with a population of around 1,600. I have an adorable pet goat named Haggis, and he loves to nibble on fingers. Some of my favorite things to do are read, spend time with my loving family, and jam out in the car. If you have any questions about Food for the Soul, After Hours, or how you can get involved with RLC, feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.