We are closing the books on our spring semester 2017. This has been a great semester in so many ways. Best of all, God has been present among us, eliciting powerful worship, enabling student ministry, and fostering spiritual formation.
While undergraduates have departed, students in our graduate program, the Master of Arts in Pastoral Theology, are gathering for a class with the highly respected church growth/church health expert Dr. Bob Whitesel.
Even after students have departed, this remains a busy place. We’re getting ready for our 21st Annual Kingswood University Golf Classic to be held Saturday, June 3rd at the Sussex Golf and Curling Club. This should be a fantastic outing for a great cause. If you’re in the area and would like to golf, call Debbie Benson at 506-432-4411 or check out our website: https://kingswood.edu/golf.
We are preparing to host visitors for Canada 150. In honour of this country’s sesquicentennial (150th anniversary), we’re welcoming those visiting the Maritimes to stay on our campus. We will be offering inexpensive accommodations, PLUS free passes to the five national parks within half a day’s drive from campus, including the magnificent Fundy National Park, less than an hour away. For more information, check out our website here: https://www.kingswood.edu/150.
We are also getting ready for our Kingswood Vision Tour to Newfoundland, September 24th to October 2nd. This should be an unforgettable trip to a magnificent location with breathtaking beauty, great food, and plenty of fun. You can learn more about the trip and register by clicking here: https://tours.kingswood.edu/
Whatever your summer plans might be, please keep Kingswood in your prayers as ministry continues.