Pepperdine’s 2021 Worship Summit brought the community together for a night of praise and worship. The event offered performances by artists Dante Bowe and Brooke Ligertwood, as well as a message from author and speaker Christine Caine.
Surf Convo remains despite the introduction of Seaver 200, which replaces the previous convocation requirement. The group meets every Wednesday at 7 a.m., on Zuma Beach, for those looking to worship, have spiritual conversation and surf!
Won By One members share the challenges and successes of being in an a cappella group in a virtual environment, as well as their excitement for future in-person performances throughout this semester. Group members said they can’t wait to reach out to communities on and off campus again.
The Table seeks to repair the lack of Christian fellowship due to COVID-19 with a renewed sense of community, worship and a time for communion. Every Saturday night, the University Church of Christ invites community members to The Table at 6 p.m., at the Brock House.
In February, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a California church, lifting complete bans on in-person religious services. Joe Allgood reports on what that means for three California churches.
The student-run ministry Word Up is finding its foundation and setting its goals for this semester and next. As its leaders create these goals, they are adjusting to the online format and continuing to provide students with a space for worship.
Photo courtesy of Taylor Begert Taylor Begert, worship director of The Well, originally moved to Los Angeles to pursue singing and songwriting. Over time, he said his faith began to compliment his love for music. “I love the Lord and I love music, and getting to participate in the interaction of that in a communal […]
The Pepperdine Spiritual Life Office rolls out new plans for the online fall 2020 semester.
Pepperdine administrators and faculty come together to create a weekly House Church for students of all backgrounds.