A Case For Kindness

During this Lent, embrace Kindness. Our UD community is offering many ways to pray, prepare and serve this Lent. Find out more about this and the Lenten Initiative: A Case for Kindness by following the link below.

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Sharing Faith Journeys

“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view.” This quote from one of my favorite books, To Kill A Mockingbird, speaks to me on many levels, but I think it can also be used to describe the Perspectives on Faith and Life Series (PFLS) very well.


Rhythm of Prayer

This rhythm of prayer, rooted within the rich language of the psalms, seeks to sanctify the movement of each day through gentle reminders of the remarkable mercy and compassion of God as Creator, Redeemer and Sanctifier.


Table of Plenty

12:30 p.m. — 1:45 p.m.


Lent 2018

Find out about the Lenten Initiative for the UD Community, A Case for Kindness, as well as many other wonderful opportunities for Lent.

Find out more and print your 40-day Kindness Calendar!

Hope, Prayer, and Action

If you keep up with the news, it's easy to get cynical and try to hide from the world. Faith calls us to the opposite response: hope and action. Feed the hungry. Shelter the homeless. Care for the sick. Tutor the kids who need help. Protect the vulnerable. Care for God's creation. You can answer your call!

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Upcoming Retreats

Sign up now for the Metanoia Retreat (sophomores and above, Feb. 9-11) or the Road Less Traveled Retreat (first-years, Feb. 16-17 or 23-24) or other retreats coming up later in the semester. Hurry! They're filling up quickly!

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Perspectives on Faith and Life Series - Embracing Immigration Issues

Join us for our final Perspectives on Faith and Life Series dialogue with Dr. Theo Majka. Appetizers will be served. Immigration and refugee resettlement have created contentious issues, not only in the U.S. but also in much of Europe. After laying out several current issues involving immigrants and refugees, we’ll briefly cover some faith-based and secular moral positions. Options for local engagement will be examined.

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IMPACT Conference

The IMPACT Conference is a national conference bringing together college students, non-profit professionals, campus administrators, and teams of service members to share experiences, stories, and resources in their work for social change. This year, the University of Dayton is hosting the conference during our Spring Break (March 1-4, 2018).

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Prayer Book

Share Your Prayer Request

Please add your prayer intentions to our chapel book of intentions.

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300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0408