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
Fall and Spring Retreats
Every fall and spring semester, RLC plans a weekend retreat for students. These retreats are designed to provide relaxation and spiritual restoration. Retreats are a great balance of fellowship and devotional activities aimed at helping students take a deep breath and get away from the ‘hustle & bustle’ of school. Wesley Woods Camp and Wild Wood Hills Ranch are two examples of places the retreats have visited.
Fall Retreat: August 30-September 1, Wesley Woods
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 Emily Pautsch and I am chapel intern of welcome and celebration. I’m a sophomore and am majoring in Elem. Education with an endorsement in Special Education and a minor is Spanish. I’ve been a chapel intern since second semester of last year. I am in charge of Food for the Soul every Tuesday evening, planning retreats, announcements at Quench and other welcoming activities.