Cedarville Ministerial Association Serves in Unity
Eight Cedarville churches have joined together to form the Cedar Cliff Ministerial Association (CCMA), which offers aid to many struggling individuals in the immediate community.
“(We) have agreed to set aside our pet doctrines and our little doctrinal differences and focus on the Gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Linda Davis, pastor of Cedarville United Methodist Church and president of the CCMA.
The CCMA offers five main outreach programs, including a Parish Nursing Program, a secondh...
Thursday Night Live: A Welcome Interruption
Weekly Thursday Night Live (TNL) events provide opportunities for students to relax and listen or to be involved, promote themselves and perform.
Brian Burns, adviser for the Student Center Activity Board (SCAB) and manager of Rinnova, created today’s version of TNL.
Since 2004, musical events called Acoustic Fires were held a few times a semester in the Hive, but Burns said they were very random. So in 2007, right after he assumed his current position, he and the other members of SCAB ...
STP Encourages Critical Thinking and Audience Engagement
Senior theatre major Amy (Douglas) Cundall will present her senior theatre project, “Ruby Moon,” 8 p.m. on Nov. 21 in Alford Auditorium. The STP is a reenactment of Matt Cameron’s revised “Ruby Moon” (2005) and is presented by special arrangement with Matt Cameron and Currency Press.
Cundall, who is both performing in and co-directing the play, said “Ruby Moon” will be a new experience for Cedarville. It’s a pretty dark play, she said, and it’ll be performed on the floor ...