SCC Minutes for Sunday, September 8, 1996
Teresa Palumbo (Chair),
Scott Lindhurst (Secretary),
Stephanie Lutter (Worship),
Tim Koehler (Education),
Korie Lebert and Teresa Palumbo (Social Ministry),
Krista Bultmann (Social Activities),
Nate Blair and Andy Lubansky (Hospitality),
Kelly Brook (D.C. Representative),
Brent Christianson (Campus Pastor),
Laurie FoxPetrov (Campus Minister).
The Lutheran Brotherhood matching-fund drive will go on this year.
hasn't met yet.
picked the theme of "renewal" for this fall's worship services. Their
weekly meeting time hasn't yet been set.
SOUP starts this Monday. They will probably get professor Enright to come
some Wednesday for
a fireside chat.
- Social Ministry. Kelly needs help maintaining the garden
this Wednesday. The Thursday lunches this semester will focus on faith
and self-renewal. Other possible activities this semester include volunteering at
the YWCA, fasting for Oxfam, a canned food drive, serving a meal at St.
Mark's, a blood drive, and raising money to send a computer to Eastern
- Social Activities.
The Welcome Banquet is September 18th; Krista has it under control. We
decided to have a dance on Friday, October 18th, Homecoming weekend.
Kelly brought up the idea of occasionally renting and discussing
movies that bring up
important issues. We'll do the first one on September 20th.
- Hospitality will lead us in the construction of the biggest
banana split on campus on Wed. (September 11th) after worship. Their
semester get-together will probably be on September 27th.
Stephanie will make a sign-up sheet to arrange worship assistants
in advance so the committee won't have to call and bother as many people.
- Fine Arts.
So far, Terry has arranged art displays for the Campus Center through the
winter. Even more arrangements are in progress.
- Directing Committee hasn't met yet. The other committee
members (besides Kelly) are Scott White and Carrie Hohol.
Brent reminds us that the phone and copier we have access to are for SCC
business only, not for our personal use or for our friends' use.
To help newcomers feel welcome, we need to fight our tendencies toward
introversion; we should introduce ourselves and talk to newcomers,
invite them to cost supper, and sit by them at worship and at meals.
Don't let someone new escape without being welcomed.
Teresa talked about making a homecoming float. It would increase our
visibility and reach out to the campus community, but we would need 10-15 people
willing to volunteer for 10 hours each to build it. If she gets enough
people to commit the time, she'll organize the float-building.
We will put up a booth and give out information
at the Student Organization Fair in Memorial Union
on October 2nd. We only need a couple of people to spend two hours.
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