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VISION

“By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them”

MISSION

W E E K LY   Sunday School (1 AEP Credit) 9:00-9:45 AM Wednesday Night Live 9:30 PM Our Daily Bread Devotion WURC 88.1 FM Daily - 6, 7, 8 AM & 8, 9, 10, 11 PM Elam Chapel Prayer Room Mon-Fri, 7 AM—9 PM Pastoral Counseling Available 1:00– 4:00 M-Th

James A. Elam Chapel

WO R S H I P P R AY E R FA S T I N G S T U DY E VA N G E L I S M DISCIPLESHIP MISSION F E L LO W S H I P FUN Dr. David L. Beckley  President Mr. Carllos Lassiter  Dean of Students Rev. Annie L. Travis  Chaplain Elam Chapel 150 Rust Avenue Holly Springs, MS 38635 662-252-8094 atravis@rustcollege.edu

Religious 

The Office of Religious Education is a dynamic diverse community of faith, supporting the entire Rust College family with a well-rounded program dedicated to cultural, moral, and spiritual values in both theory and practice.

Education 

A historically Black senior liberal arts college, founded in 1866, related to the United Methodist Church, serving students, faculty, staff, and administration regardless of race, religion, gender, socio-economic status, national origin or ethnic background.

Rust College Holly Springs, MS 38635 662-252-8000


G OA L  

STUDENT  ORGANIZATIONS  Methodist Student Movement (MSM)

Rust College Office of Religious Education is a diverse community where the administration, faculty, staff, and students find sacred space to be fellow travelers on a journey of faith that leads to transformation of the individual and the world.

Baptist Student Union (BSU) R e v .   A n n i e   L .   T r a v i s  

 

Student Ministry Fellowship (SMF)

WELCOME   RUST COLLEGE   RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CALENDAR  

OBJECTIVES 

Interfaith Student Initiative (ISI)

JAMES A. ELAM CHAPEL  August         

Rites of Passage Back to School Celebration

Get Ready! Get Ready! 

September   

Rust Connection Month

 Sunday Best 

October       

Interfaith Fellowship

Rust Got Talent 

November  

All Saints Day Service

 MLK Spoken Word   Elam Chapel Drama Ministry  Make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Maintain ecumenical fellowship around common service learning projects. Build an interfaith social ethic that reaches beyond race, religion, gender, socioeconomic status, national origin, or ethnic background.

World AIDS Day Assembly

December

World AIDS Day Christmas Service

Prayer Warriors  Women’s Ministry 

January

MLK Jr. Celebration

Elam Chapel Music Ministry 

February

Black History Celebration Ash Wednesday Service

Elam Chapel Praise Ministry  Elam Chapel Mission Ministry 

March

Religious Emphasis Week Easter Service


2013 Religious Life Brochure