In addition to requested seminars and trainings, Church and Society periodically hosts events for the general public to attend. Any upcoming events are below.

Weekly chapel

Chapel services coordinated by Church and Society are held on Wednesdays at 12:10 pm. The style and length of service varies with the seasons. All are welcome to attend. For more information about upcoming services, visit our chapel page.

Scarcity in Abundance: Hunger in the United States

September 5-7, 2018

Church and Society will be hosting its third annual called-seminar. This year’s called-seminar, “Scarcity in Abundance: Hunger in the United States” is a three day seminar to address one of the facets of poverty; the issue of hunger, in the United States. Space is limited and tends to fill up quickly. For more information and to register, click here.

Breaking Barriers AIDS Conference

October 25-27, 2018

The United Methodist Global AIDS Committee is sponsoring a national HIV and AIDS conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, and welcomes everyone. Participants will learn to save lives by reducing stigma and increase awareness about HIV and AIDS and will be equipped for action and advocacy. Keynote speakers include: Ambassador Deborah Birx (US Department of State), Hydeia Broadbent (youth AIDS Activist), Dr. NM Samuel (Director of Concern for AIDS Research and Education [C.A.R.E.] in India and past president of the AIDS Society for Asia and the Pacific), United Methodist Bishops Tracy Smith Malone and Julius Trimble, and many more. Inspiring worship, Bible study and networking/story telling opportunities will be throughout the conference along with eighteen dynamic workshops. Scholarships are available. For more information and registration, click here.