Summer Celebration to inspire with help from Joshua...
With a vast array of programs, Lipscomb’s Summer Celebration has something for everyone.
Campus is about to get a lot busier in the next few days as it gears up for Summer Celebration, an annual three-day lectureship, beginning on Sunday, June 29.
Summer Celebration features messages from 10 keynote speakers, various worship services, a movie series, an a cappella singing festival, children’s activities and more than 100 classes to choose from.
All of these programs are free, although visitors are requested to register.
This year’s theme is “Reviving the Mission: Insights from Joshua.”
Summer Celebration culminates on Tuesday evening with a family picnic, a concert from the Annie Moses Band and a fireworks display on the Allen Arena Mall.
Last year’s event brought more than 2000 people to campus.
This will be the first Summer Celebration for Kaitlin Shetler, Lipscomb’s Director of Disability Services, who will be teaching a two-part class on disabilities in the church.
“I’m looking forward to the collaboration of people coming together from different ministries and letting us know what’s happening with them,” Shetler said. “I’m excited about meeting a lot of different people.”
For more information, visit the event’s official website.
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