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Campus ministry groups gather in faith, friendship


Representing three of the evening's five sponsoring organizations are (from left) Cru's Dillon W. Wertman, of Auburn; CMI's Tyler C. Geer, of Wellsboro; and UCM's Holly J. Wilson, of Lock Haven.
Representing three of the evening’s five sponsoring organizations are (from left) Cru’s Dillon W. Wertman, of Auburn; CMI’s Tyler C. Geer, of Wellsboro; and UCM’s Holly J. Wilson, of Lock Haven.
United Campus Ministries, which hands out weekly coffee and treats in the Hager Lifelong Education Center lobby, provided refreshments.
United Campus Ministries, which hands out weekly coffee and treats in the Hager Lifelong Education Center lobby, provided refreshments.
Cru's Natali J. Fargus. of Lock Haven, and Ethan M. Yoder, of Denver, lead more than 100 people in worship.
Cru’s Natali J. Fargus. of Lock Haven, and Ethan M. Yoder, of Denver, lead more than 100 people in worship.
ARC Prayer Group leader Timothy L. Pegg, of Lexington Park, Md., shares his testimony of a life changed by Christ.
ARC Prayer Group leader Timothy L. Pegg, of Lexington Park, Md., shares his testimony of a life changed by Christ.
A Cru-organized worship team moves the crowd.
A Cru-organized worship team moves the crowd.

Penn College’s five faith-based student organizations – Cru, United Campus Ministry, Campus Ministries International, the ARC Prayer Group and The Harbor – recently collaborated on a Campus Worship Night. Faculty/staff, students and community members gathered in Penn’s Inn for an evening of friendship, music, testimony and refreshments facilitated by the groups, which hold regular meetings and special activities throughout each semester.
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

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Tim Turnbach,

This was a great night and awesome experience; can’t wait till they do it again.

Thomas Ask,

It was a great time of worship!

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