Today marks the beginning of the OSU Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration 2012. There are a host of different programs and events happening on campus which provide opportunities for the OSU community to learn about the life and legacy of Dr. King. The list of events can be found here.
During this week of reflection on Dr. King, we’d like to direct your attention to an important aspect of wellness: spiritual wellness. Different individuals have different views on spirituality and exercise their beliefs in their own ways, but spiritual wellness in generally believed to deal with an individual’s sense of purpose as informed by their personal beliefs and values. Since learning about different beliefs and cultures, personal reflection, and serving one’s community are a few ways one finds purpose, OSU Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration is very much a platform for one to exercise spiritual wellness.
Therefore, we invite you to:
“Choose in this Crucial Moment… to Reflect”
Interfaith Prayer Service
Saturday January 14, 5:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m. • Memorial Union 213
Sponsors: United Campus Ministry, Lutheran Campus Ministry, Campus Coalition Builders, Baha’i Student Assn.
“Choose in this Crucial Moment… to Serve!”
Interfaith Community Service Conference
Saturday January 21, Starts at 8 a.m. • Memorial Union
Interfaith Community Service at OSU (IFCS@OSU) provides an opportunity for reflection and service through their Interfaith Community Service Conference. IFCS@OSU aspires to initiate dialogue between religious and non-religious individuals, bringing together students under the umbrella of community service. This conference provides a forum for students to engage with one another and share how their beliefs and values influence their decisions in life.
Registration is free to the OSU community and is available here.