Oct 29 – Nov 4

MIDD IV (InterVarsity)
Christian Fellowship

This Week – Hurricane Edition:

***Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build Day***
Saturday, Nov 3
There will be morning and an afternoon shifts, 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:00. Meet at ADK Circle for transportation to and from Cornwall ten minutes before and after those times. Please e-mail cf@middlebury.edu asap if you are interested in helping.

Tuesday
9:00pm-11:00pm Forest 204
C-Night: If you are a lady and love people and food, come to Barbara’s room for some conversation/catching up over cookies, crackers, cheese, and Christ! 

Wednesday
2:45pm BiHall 641
Matthew (Prof.) Dickerson’s Bible study on Nehemiah — will focus on something that might be called “spiritual battle”–the ways one will face opposition when seeking to further God’s kingdom, and how to respond to it. **Alternative date is Thursday 12:30-1:30pm**

6pm Ross Fireplace Lounge 
Dinner: Super informal time to enjoy a meal together. Stop by, bring friends! 

8pm LaForce lounge 
Freshmen Bible Study: led by sophomore students. Pre-game it up with go/3est ! 

Thursday
8:00pm Carr Hall
The Source“: The central gathering place of Midd-IV Christian Fellowship! All are welcome for a time of musical worship, prayer & community. This week, we’ll hear stories of God’s power on campus and in the world beyond. Richard Cizik of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good (and one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in 2008) will share alongside student speakers.

FRIDAY: 
8-10pm Atwater Suite ABE
Prayer - “The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.” (James 5:16)
Come together to place this campus before God in a time of intercession.

12:15pm Robert A. Jones ’59 Conference Room
Richard Cizik: “For God’s Sake, Let’s Focus on the Earth” - Richard Cizik, President of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good will be the intersection between faith and the environment. If you are interested in this lecture, please send in your RSVP for lunch before this lecture fills up, by replying to Rohatyn Center for International Affairs at cfia@middlebury.edu

Saturday
9:00am Community House, 6 Main Street (Next to US Post Office)
Prayer Walk - Next Saturday, from 09:00 to 11:30, St. Timothy Anglican Mission is conducting a Prayer Walk of the village of Middlebury.  We will begin by first meeting at the Community House, 6 Main Street (next to the US Post Office), then head-out in groups of twos and threes to pray (in a discrete manner) over the community of Middlebury – specifically that God will pour-out His Spirit upon it.  Email Steve Oster (soster@middlebury.edu) if you are interested in participating.

Sunday 
9:30pm Carr Hall 
PRAYZ
An hour-long time of student-led worship as a way to end the week and start another by praising our faithful God.

***URBANA***
Dec. 27-31 in St. Louis, MO 
“Be compelled with 18,000 others to give your whole life to God’s global mission.”
Questions? e-mail cf@middlebury.edu

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