East Meets West, African Dinner Party!
Join us on Friday for Kenyan & Ghanaian food, music, and 2 students’ stories of encountering Jesus in American and African culture.
- Time & Location: 6pm at the Judson House, 168 Lloyd Ave, map on our Facebook page
- What to bring: Yourself and your friends and your appetite!
- How can I help?: If you’d like to help with cooking, setup and cleanup, email us at cru.brown.org
Women’s Dinner in the Blue Room Wednesday, 2/13 @ 6pm in the Blue Room. Look for Sam; bring or buy food with cash or points. If you’re not sure who to look for, Email Sam: Mary underscore English at brown.edu. The discussion question of the week is, “What makes a community?”
Boston Trip, Saturday 2/16 A group of us will jump on the train up to Boston this weekend to enjoy Hot Pot & Karaoke in Chinatown. Get away from campus and explore a special part of Boston while you have the chance. Reply to this email to let us know you’re coming!
Spring Break Plans? Join us!: Cru-Brown.org/Spring-Break
Wondering about ways to ensure your summer is fun, meaningful, spiritually invigorating or deeply motivating? Check out Cru Summer Projects opportunities.
Looking for things to do this summer? Look no further. Check out gosummerproject.com to explore all the amazing opportunities stateside and abroad to participate in God’s call to make disciples of all nations, to hear other students’ stories about summer project, and most importantly, to apply!
Apply soon, spaces fill up quickly to join these teams of students and staff around the world.
This year Cru Brown students and staff are attending or staffing 3 Summer Projects; one in NYC, one in Boston, and one in the Middle East. We also highly recommend the East Asia Project and Yellowstone Project, each staffed by our friends with Cru at Yale. Email for more info.
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What can you do on a summer project?
Sstudents and Cru staff from Brown and campuses throughout the Northeast; meet with God in a life-altering community experience. The conference begins in the evening of January 17th and concludes in the morning of January 21. Put it in your calendars now, the conference is perfectly timed for us Brownies since Spring Semester classes begin on January 23rd.
Join us for a powerful weekend of fun, fellowship and discipleship. Greg Ganssle of the Rivendell Institute at Yale, and a Cru senior staff member, will guide us through an exciting and in-depth study of the book of Philippians. We’ll be joined by our sister ministry at UMassachusettsDartmouth!
Dates & Times: 6pm Friday October 12 through 1pm Sunday October 14th
Cost: Registration is open! Cost is $99/per student. Scholarships are offered by alumni and current staff; please inquire! All first-time attendees automatically receive $20 scholarship. Included in the cost is 4 meals, 2 nights and unlimited supplies of s’more making materials.
Location: Evangelical Christian Center in Ashford, CT.
What to Bring: Clothes and shoes for activities, pajamas, pillow, sleeping bag or sheets & blanket, Bible & journal, jacket or sweatshirt, toiletries, towels. Cost does not include dinner on Friday or gas money to and from the event for your student driver. (We will organize and assign rides; you will grab dinner with your car on the way to Ashford.)
What to do: 1) RSVP to the Facebook event, 2) register & pay online (contact us to ask about need based scholarships), 3) Invite the 3 people who you would most want to join you on this trip!
Usher in Fall with us on our 2nd annual hayride and bonfire, Monday, Oct. 8th from 5pm-8pm. (No University exercises on 10/8!)
We’ll caravan to a local farm (15 minute drive) and take a traditional tractor hayride. We’ll conclude with a bonfire and s’more making. No experience required. All are welcome; bring your friends!