Beloved Community (Intercession), Stevens Point is a congregation that has an active Campus Ministry. Coordinator, Cyndi Royer shared that they support students at UW Stevens Point through the Queer Resource Center, Multicultural Center, and Native American Center and that they plan to try to engage students monthly.
One of the first events planned is via the Queer Resource Center and Multicultural Center which will be hosting a Drag Loteria (think Bingo with a Latin vibe). The ministry team volunteers will be running the games, (handing out tickets, loteria cards and prizes) so that the students can participate in the games. The idea is to develop a relationship of love and acceptance. This event will be Friday, September 15th.
On September 28th, Beloved Community will open their doors so that the Native American Center may use their facilities to host the Orange Shirt Society-a not for profit organization that supports Indian Residential School Reconciliation and the inter-generational impact of Residential Schools while creating the concept of “every child matters”. The event will include speakers, drumming, cooking and rock painting.
If interested in supporting this ministry or helping at an event, reach out to the church office at (715) 341-3233 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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