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\n Please Join us as we welcome our new students.

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\n One Place exists to provide a space for freedom through w orship\, expression in creativity\, and safety in community. We invite you to come experience Jesus with an open mind through this community of beli evers.

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\n Join PMC for a wide variety of Bible study options for al l ages.

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\n The Campus Ministries team invites you to begin your Sabbath morn ing with a thought-provoking time in God&rsquo\;s Word.

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\n Looking for a place to me et with fellow students to explore the Scripture? Compass Sabbath School i s a unique opportunity to study the Bible on Sabbath mornings together wit h fellow students from all over campus. Join the singing\, meeting with fr iends and exploring the Scriptures. During the school year we meet every S abbath from 10:30&ndash\;11:30 a.m. in the Department of Religion &\; B iblical Languages in Buller Hall. Erhard Gallos and Glenn Russell are the coordinators of this Sabbath School. \;

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\n Contact Erhard Gallos for more information at \;gallos@andrews.edu \;or by calling \;269-471-3186.

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\n Join Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews Uni versity for its 11:45 am service where Pastor Dwight K. Nelson will presen t the sermon "\;#RxF4Now&mdash\;Believe!"\;.

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\n One Place exists to provide a space for freedom through w orship\, expression in creativity\, and safety in community. We invite you to come experience Jesus with an open mind through this community of beli evers.

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\n From the Office of Campus Ministries:

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\n "\;The New Life Fellowship is a vibrant\, wors hip culture that seeks to facilitate the discovery of a New Life! What doe s this new life look like? Great question. In John 10:10\, Jesus promises all of us an opportunity to receive New Life! And we believe this new life will manifest itself in four distinct ways: God will introduce you to a n ew Love\, a new Integrity\, a new Faith\, and a new Experience. The New Li fe Fellowship invites the Andrews community to participate in chasing afte r a tangible\, life-altering encounter with God that literally ushers in a brand New Life!"\;

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\n The Michiana Adventist Forum presents "\;What Can We Learn from Gravity Waves?"\; with Tiffany Summerscales\, associate pro fessor of physics at Andrews University and member of the Laser Interferom eter Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) Scientific Collaboration. Her p resentation will take place Sabbath\, August 27\, 2016\, at 3:30 p.m. in G arber Auditorium of Chan Shun Hall.

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\n About the Subject

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\n On September 14\, 2015\, the LIGO detectors measured gr avitational waves for the first time coming from a pair of merging black h oles. Just a few months later\, a second signal was measured. In this talk we will explore some questions that these discoveries raise\, such as: wh at are gravitational waves and what do they teach us about the universe we live in?

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\n About the Speaker

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\n Origina lly from New Hampshire\, Summerscales attended Andrews University and grad uated in 1999 with a BS in mathematics and physics. She then went to gradu ate school at Penn State University and received a PhD in physics in 2006. While there\, she worked with LIGO (the Laser Interferometer Gravitationa l-wave Observatory) which seeks to measure gravitational waves. She is an associate professor of physics at Andrews University\, where she joined th e faculty in 2006. \; She is married to Rodney Summerscales\, who teaches in the Andrews Univers ity Department of Engineering &\; Computer Science. She enjoys biking\, kayaking\, hiking\, knitting and camping.

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\n University Health &\; Wellness is excited to launch it 's new initiative: MISSION: FULLY ALIVE with the continued aim to make And rews University the healthiest campus in the world! This event will kick-o ff this unique initiative with a campus walk and dedication service. \ ;

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\n Meet at 7 p.m. under the Buller/Nethery Hall bridge wearing c omfortable clothing/shoes and plan on a 45 min. brisk walk (all levels wel come) and then about a 30-minute dedication service to ask God to bless th is initiative to help many people change their lives positively through he alth and wellness. \;

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\n Anyone is welcome (students\, faculty \, staff\, family and community!) \;

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\n Questions? Check www.andrews.edu/wellness OR email : wellness@andrews.edu

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