Service Day Is Coming!

Service Day Sign-ups!

A whole day to love your community.

Messiah is one of the few colleges in the world that offers up a whole day for service. It’s core to our mission—and to our faith.

Pray about this: We invite you to connect with one of local projects this April 20th. This does require sacrifice (you could sleep in, grade papers, do homework, do housework) and it might be uncomfortable—but we ask you to step into loving our neighbors in a variety of ways.

  1. Serve with Special Olympics: As CCC students & educators are serving as Buddies, we only have a handful of Buddy spots available for sophomores, juniors & seniors. We also need volunteers for set up, clean up, track events, logistics, and clowns. If you have clearances, please consider being a zone monitor. Sign up here: http://agapecenter-2017areamspecialomessiahcollege.partnershipplanners.org/volunteer/  (position details can be found within the form)
  1. Join a project: A variety of projects are led by members of the Messiah community—both on and off campus. Descriptions and sign-ups are on our site and will be updated daily: https://www.messiah.edu/info/22586/service_day
  1. Lead a project: Do you and your friends, club/team/group members, or co-workers want to serve together? Propose a project below! Please note that you’re responsible for coordinating your own transportation. Propose a project here: http://messiah.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_09hHAYmIf1vajRz

For questions or resources, please email agapecenter@messiah.edu or call x7255.

Thank you for considering participation in Service Day 2017!
In Love,

The Agapé Center


Blood Drive!

Blood Drive Mass email April 2017


Look for Parked Vehicles!

Parked Cars


SAB B-sides Spring Lineup


Union Food Survey

Hello people of Messiah,
Like eating food? Like sharing your opinion? Like gift cards? If yes, then keep reading!

We are in a market research class and want to hear your thoughts on the Union Cafe! What should be added? What should be changed? YOU decide. Your participation could make a difference on the meal options you see on the menu for next year!

We know what you’re thinking, “This sounds too good to be true! I get to help my peers complete a class project AND make an impact on the food served at Messiah?!”

BUT WAIT IT GETS BETTER. If you complete this brief survey at the following link by April 14th, you will be entered to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
Click here to take the survey: https://messiah.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_25LtXCJdix9TwX3

Thank you and we look forward to hearing your feedback!


Tim Warfield

Join the Messiah College Performing Art Series in the performance with Tim Warfield and his Organ Band on Friday, April 7, 2017 at 8:00pm. Tickets and more information available at www.messiah.edu/tickets

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Hailing from York Pennsylvania, saxophonist Tim Warfield, has appeared on nearly 70 recordings, and has been lauded for his swaggering and soulful musical approach. He has appeared on several Grammy-nominated recordings, including Stefon Harris’ “The Grand Unification Theory,” and Nicholas Payton’s “Dear Louis” and “Sonic Trance.” Additionally, Tim, has performed with such notable legends as Dizzy Gillespie, Isaac Hayes, Billy Paul, Peter Nero, and both the King and Queen of the Hammond B-3 organ, Jimmy Smith & Shirley Scott. His recordings “One For Shirley,” and “A Sentimental Journey,” showcase his organ band and received critical acclaim, including features in the New York Times by writer Ben Ratliff, in 2008 and 2010. His organ band, hosts a stellar cast of musicians that include, trumpeter Terell Stafford, organist Pat Bianchi, drummer Byron Landham, and percussionist Daniel Sadownick. Tim Warfield is currentl y Artist-in-Residence at Messiah College.


SAB Lost Films Presents: Fences

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