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Kelly Casey
· November 30, 2017
Before I found the Crossing, I never realized you could be a Christian AND support the LBGTQ community, believe in climate change, believe in evolution, and be accepted for having doubts. I've found a...n incredible home here and have experienced so much personal growth! See More
Alexander McMiller
· December 11, 2017
Very welcoming and nonjudgmental group. Even if you do not consider yourself, or you are not sure if you are a Christian, you are welcome.
Andi Nelson
· April 4, 2017
I am so blessed I stumbled upon The Crossing as a student here at UW Madison. They have welcomed me into their space whole-fully and lovingly, as well as provided a supportive environment where I can ...continue to grow in my faith. This place has become my new home away from home and I'm so thankful for everything they have done for me ♥ See More
Hope Peterson
· April 4, 2017
When I went to The Crossing for the first time I felt so welcomed and I have felt that way ever since. The presence of compassion and fellowship is very strong.
Brian Elvert
· May 21, 2014
On campus, the Crossing is the best place to be. You can't beat Vespers on a Sunday night or centering prayer meditation on Wednesdays. It'll be hard to measure up to the 2013-2014 year, now that Doug... and Eric and Jodi are gone. But somehow, I think it'll be even greater in the coming year. See More
L Malik Anderson
· March 20, 2017
An excellent place to grow spiritually and bond with a group of diverse people!
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"I will never forget my first day in Mother Theresa's Home for the Dying, Nirmal Hriday, 'The Place of the Pure Heart.' I was still a college student, spending the summer before my senior year traveling around Asia looking for signs of hope, places of peace. It now seems ironic that I discovered those gifts in a place marked by death." ~Christopher L. Heuertz, Unexpected Gifts

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"The Enneagram is much more than just another popular formula to pair people to the collection of their personality foibles and eccentricities. It explains the 'why' of how we think,act, and feel. It helps us come to terms with our gifts as well as the addictive patterns that tether us to our greatest interpersonal, spiritual, and emotional challenges. The Enneagram invites us to deeper self-awareness as a doorway to spiritual growth. When we can find the courage to be honest with ourselves, we're ready for the Enneagram, for the Enneagram exposes the illusions that have defined our sense of self. In this way, the Enneagram may be the most effective tool for personal liberation." ~The Sacred Enneagram by Christopher L. Heuertz

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FEB23
Fri 5:00 PM CSTThe CrossingMadison, WI

Join us for our Lenten Worship series: Be the Change! Today we begin the season of Lent reflecting on God's call to vocation in our lives. Worship is at 5 pm followed by a free student meal at 6 pm.

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"I failed my friend in his failure, in his most vulnerable moment. I held my beliefs over Caleb's belonging and used his inability to live up to my standards as an excuse to exclude him. I demonstrated fidelity to a set of behavioral expectations rather than taking the opportunity to love. If I'm honest, I had been unable to extend grace to myself for my own failures, so I wasn't able to extend grace to him either . . . But that's not the way of true community. In true community, failures give us the chance to choose people over principles." ~Chris Heuertz, Unexpected Gifts

Spiritual Exploration Circle resumes today -- meeting Fridays from 2:30 - 3:30 pm this semester. Newcomers always welcome as we reflect together on our spiritual ponderings. Join us!

You may notice something today something dirty, something dusty. What you’ll see are – ashes. You’ll see some peculiar people around town who have ashy faces. The first one you come to may been someone who smiles at you. And if you’re feeling a bit “engaged” or “compassionate,” you m...
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Reminder of this great opportunity -- a student workshop on Saturday March 17th -- Application deadline is February 25th!

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Mar 16 - Mar 17Pres HouseMadison, WI

Happy Valentine's Day and a Blessed Ash Wednesday!
Join us for our Ash Wednesday Service from 6-6:30 pm today.

Meanwhile, if you would like to reflect more on Valentine's Day and Ash Wednesday, check out this blog post at http://globalsistersreport.org/…/spi…/valentines-ashes-51941. Here's an excerpt:

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"Both involve a marking of some sort — possession of valentine cards often in the shape of a heart and a smudge in the shape of a cross with ashes from burnt palms. Both signify a type of belonging and a willingness to be public about who you are and whom you love. And for Ash Wednesday a remembering of where you came from. As I played with this juxtaposition of one cultural holiday and one liturgical moment, I wondered "How perfect to have the holiday that celebrates LOVE usher in the Lenten season, which also celebrates LOVE." How might this lens of LOVE assist our Lenten reflection?"

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Lent begins tomorrow with Ash Wednesday - please join us! Then on Sunday we begin a series where each Sunday of Lent a student or pastor will reflect on how scripture guides us to Be the Change! Check out our latest Weekly Message for information on these and other upcoming opportunities: http://www.crossingministries.org/?page_id=72

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Meditation Circle meets Tuesdays from 4:30-5:30 pm. Join us as we center ourselves in God through Christian practices of Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina.

Free Tuesday Lunch! Check it out!

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Join us for a special Ash Wednesday service of song, scripture, reflection, prayer stations, and (for those who wish) ashes on your forehead or hand on Wednesday, Feb. 14 from 6-6:30 pm

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Join us at the Food for Thought kick off event! We will be covering nutrition 101, and enjoying a free, healthy meal! If interested, please comment on event, or contact Amanda Nobles at nobles2@wisc.edu. Spots are limited!

FEB23
Fri 5:00 PM CSTThe CrossingMadison, WI

Join us at Vespers on Sunday at 5 pm as we reflect on God's guidance in our lives when it comes to Vocation and Calling. For more information on this and on upcoming events, check out our latest Weekly Message at http://www.crossingministries.org/?page_id=72.

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