This annual gathering of the faculty and staff is a recap of last year as well as a look ahead. Everyone is encouraged to atttend and participate. Join us in Jolliffe Hall Wilson Worship Center. Lunch will be provided.
The Flint HIlls Masterworks Chorale is a community choir sponsored by MCC and this semester has approximately 75 members. Dr. Reginald Pittman, head of the Kansas State University voice division, is the director. The featured works on this concert to celebrate its 20th season will be Requiem Mass in C Minor by Cherubini and Aesop's Fables by Chilcott. A reception for all will follow in the church Fellowship Hall. There is no admission charge, but donations to help defray expenses of the performance are welcome.
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The national course, Perspectives on the World Christian Movement, begins tonight at Faith Evangelical Free Church, 1921 Barnes Road. This course is also offered for academic credit at Manhattan Christian College (HIS 455). Individuals interested in taking the course can register on the Perspectives website: www.perspectives.org