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Welcome Spartans!

We can’t wait to welcome you to campus – especially after the past 2 years!! Look for us at the virtual New Student Orientations (NSO) and at Sparticipation!

Wednesdays with Canterbury

We meet on Wednesdays at 7:30 pm and are thrilled that we will be meeting IN PERSON in the fall! We don’t know WHERE we’ll be meeting, yet, since our previous location is now a smoothie bar. 🙁 Look for an update soon. Our chaplain, Donna+, is arduously checking out all the coffee shops, bakeries, …

Advent Coloring

With classes ending Wednesday and finals coming, a little stress relief seems to be in order! Coloring is a way to use a different part of your brain, engage your hands in a different, and relax. Like doodling, coloring can be meditative and/ or create some mental space to think about other things. We also …

Jesse Tree

Jesse Trees were a 12th & 13th century depiction of the genealogy of Jesus beginning with Jesse, the father of David, the King who was promised to be the forebear of the Messiah. St. Paul connects Jesus to Isaiah’s prophecy that “A shoot shall come out from the stump of Jesse, and a branch shall …

Advent Wreath Lighting

Light your own wreath with us or simply watch this brief advent wreath lighting, Sundays at 6:00pm. Replay it each night of the week, if you like. youtube.com/c/AllSaintsEpiscopalChurchEastLansingMI

1st Sunday of Advent

Morning Prayerat All Saints, East Lansing Join us for worship at 10 am on YouTube (or anytime afterward!) During Advent we’ll be doing Morning Prayer with incense, outstanding music, a sermon by the Rev. Dr. Kit Carlson, and prayers. youtube.com/c/AllSaintsEpiscopalChurchEastLansingMI

Advent Word

#AdventWord is a global, online Advent calendar. Each day from the first Sunday of Advent through Christmas Day, #AdventWord offers meditations and images to inspire and connect individuals and a worldwide community of believers to the themes of Advent. You are invited to participate by posting your own images using the hashtag #AdventWord and the …

Advent is Coming!

That’s a pun, because Advent, means something new is coming, or has arrived. It is also the beginning of the Church year, when we begin our wait for the coming of Christ – both in a manger and at the consummation of all things. Over the next 4 weeks of Advent and the following weeks …