About the Event
God continues to work among Christian students and faculty at universities around the world, despite a global pandemic that has disrupted so much in people’s lives and education.
Join Dr. Hannah Eagleson, the Associate Director of the Intervarsity Emerging Scholars Network, for an intimate evening to reflect with others on what God is doing in student ministry and in areas of faith and science.
This event, organized in support of Hannah’s work with Intervarsity, will feature:
- Christmas harp music, performed by Hannah
- An interview and ministry update with Hannah
- How are Christian campus ministries adapting to the pandemic? A conversation with Angelo Blancaflor
- How are digital ministries supporting relationships and meaning-making for graduates and faculty across the country? A conversation with Dr. Jennifer Wiseman
- What Hannah loves the most about life in Ithaca, New York, where she is now serving local ministries, including:
- Chesterton House, a Christian Study Center
- The Cornell Graduate Christian Fellowship
- Meet other friends, supporters, and students connected to Hannah’s ministry and the Emerging Scholar’s Network
Dr. Jennifer J. Wiseman is an astronomer, the director of the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion. Dr. Wiseman studies the the formation of stars and planetary systems.
Angelo Blancaflor is a part of the national evangelism team at Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, where he has been leading pandemic-response initiatives for online ministry across the US.
To attend the event, please make a donation to support Hannah’s ministry through Intervarsity. Current donors are also invited. A no-donation option is available to students, who we would love to see join in!
We encourage people to make recurring donations. Those who donate will receive a thank-you based on the sum of anticipated donations over a three month period, or the amount of your one-time gift.
($25) Original Poetry – Receive a postcard with “To John Donne, in My Sickness,” an original poem by Hannah Eagleson that reflects on God’s faithfulness during times of illness, inspired by John Donne’s famous Meditation XVII.
($75) – Veni Emmanuel – Ancient & Traditional Latin Christmas Carols – featuring harp performances by Hannah Eagleson. Songs range from the fifth century A.D. through 1900. Includes full Latin lyrics and English translations.
($150) – Science & Faith Book – How does science enhance faith? Is God relevant in an age of science? Science and Faith: Student Questions Explored, edited by Dr. Eagleson, provides Christian perspectives from a diverse group of scientists for the perfect conversation starter at your college group or church.
($300) – In the Sky – Origin Unknown – Hannah contributed lyrics to a new 2020 album by the composer and guitarist Kevin Cope. “In the Sky” is sung by soprano Rachael Lipson. At this level, you will receive both Veni Emmanuel and Origin Unknown.
($600) – “The Man Born to Be King” Family Play–Reading Pack – Is your family looking for ways to spend time together while being physically distanced? In 1941, just days after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the BBC began broadcasting “The Man Born to be King,” a radio play by the novelist Dorothy Sayers about the life of Jesus, produced by John Gielgud.
At this level, you will receive a copy of the radio play, a study guide for young people by Hannah Eagleson, and a guide to organizing online play-readings.
($1000 and up) – Science & Faith workshop at your college, community group, or church – Is your community trying to make sense of connections and apparent conflicts between science and faith? Host a conversation with Dr. Hannah Eagleson, who has spent over a decade engaging with these questions as a scholar, writer, and leader in national university ministry.
At this level, Dr. Eagleson will join and facilitate an online session with your community about science, faith, and how to reconcile them.
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