Spring 2017 Special Events
ECM held several special events in Spring of 2017. Be on the lookout for Fall 2017 special events. In addition to these special events, ECM has several exciting weekly programs. Check out this page for more information.
A Fireside Chat with Pastor David Jones: Reflection on 20 Years of Ministry with ECM
Sunday, April 9 from 3:30-5:30pm, with program to begin at 4:00pm. ECM's campus pastor, David Jones, will have served 20 years at ECM as of April 1. He's seen a lot of changes during those 20 years, and has worked tirelessly alongside students and the ECM community to create "a hospitable environment where young adults can experience joy and fulfillment through exploring faith, coming together, and meeting needs." To reminisce and learn more about David's 20 years of ministry with ECM, come on by!
"Out Here in Kansas" Film Screening with the K-State Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA)
Thursday, April 13th at 6:30 PM This 30-minute documentary short explores the tumultuous relationship between Christians and the LGBTQ community as told through the story of one gay Kansan. The story centers on physician Burt Humburg (who came out of the closet after becoming an All-American football player) and his former pastor Joe Wright (who was instrumental in making gay marriage unlawful in the state of Kansas). Please join us for a screening of this documentary and Q&A session with the film’s director Adam Knapp! More information about the film is available at outhereinkansas.com
Jewish and Palestinian Voices for Peace
Wednesday, April 19th from 7 - 8:30 PM. Join Jonathan Kuttab, a Palestinian Mennonite and human rights lawyer, and Laura Tillem from Jewish Voice for Peace. Explore diverse perspectives on Israel-Palestine and prospects for peace in our new political climate. See the event flyer for more information.
Grow Green Match Day
April 21st from 7am - 7pm at the Colony Square Atrium, 555 Poyntz (or make an online gift between midnight and 11:59pm on April 21) Make a donation to ECM's new endowment at the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation (GMCF), and GMCF will match 50% of your contribution as an outright grant for ECM's unrestricted use. See the Grow Green website for more information.