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Open Houses!!

Come check out our new digs onThursday, August 18th @ 6:00 – 7:30 pm&Saturday, August 20th, 11:00 am – 2:00 pmwith Bishop Bonnie Perry We’ll have refreshments, door prizes, and information about getting involvedin ministry with MSU students

Summer Work Days

Help us get our new home ready for students! Saturday work days start at 10 am until we’re ready to call it quits (no later than 2 pm!) No sign ups required- just show up. We’re removing and replacing flooring and ceiling tiles, painting, cleaning and assembling bookcases. If you have mops, paint brushes, gloves, …

Coming Fall 2022!

We are renting a new space at 225 M.A.C. – next door to The Riv – in Downtown East Lansing! This will be our new home for weekly gatherings, worship, hang out space, and whatever else we dream up. We can’t wait to welcome you!

Blue-Green Battle for Campus Ministry

Can’t make it to the Tailgate Party?! You can still support campus ministry and your team in the Blue-Green Battle. Go to CanterburyTailgates.org/tickets and click on the Blue-Green Battle box.“Vote” for your team and 100% of your donation goes to the campus ministry at the school you pick: Canterbury House at Michigan or Canterbury MSU.

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 …