February 9
Jewish Awareness Christian Fellowship Dinner and Devotion


Shalom,

The Jewish Awareness Christian Fellowship encourages the study and discussion of Historic Hebrew, Christian Biblical teachings concerning religious and geo political current and potential, future world events. The Jewish Awareness Christian Fellowship encourages all students to understand and appreciate the Historic Hebrew, Christian Biblical perspective in all interactions and forums.

All are welcome! Free weekly dinner provided.

Every Tuesday Time: 5:30-7 p.m.  

Room changes weekly:

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12:00 AM
Baptist Campus Ministry - Worship
Student Union 340 CF

Join us for worship, music, fun activities, fellowship with friends, and food!

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7:00 PM
February 11
Weekly Bible Study
Student Union 267

Join us for Christian fellowship! This semester we are studying the topics of the Spirit and the Body of Christ throughout the Bible. Snacks will be provided.

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12:30 PM
Women of Color Conversations
Student Union 261

Women of Color Conversations are an opportunity to create and strengthen connections for women students of color at UNC Charlotte. The Conversations will present an ethnically and professionally diverse group of thought leaders, experts, and innovators. Our dialogues will converge around topics that are particularly relevant to women. For more information, please contact Regena Brown at rybrown1@uncc.edu or 704-687-7123.

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2:00 PM
Ratio Christi Student Apologetics Alliance Weekly Meeting
Cone University Center 210

Ratio Christi (Latin for "The Reason of Christ") is placing Christian apologetics clubs at universities both nationally and internationally. Bringing together faith and reason in order to establish the intellectual voice of Christ in the University, Ratio Christi is engaging in the battle for the mind of Christians and skeptics alike. We unashamedly defend the veracity of God, the Bible, and Christ's resurrection.   Our weekly chapter meetings at UNC Charlotte are held each Thursday during the fall and spring semesters.

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6:30 PM
February 12
{WE} Women Empowerment Series: Eating Away at Eating Disorders
Student Union 264

The {WE} Women Empowerment Series will focus on encouraging, empowering, and teaching women to be confident, own their accomplishments, and love their bodies by exploring a variety of college women’s issues. This is a discussion-based series, so all are encouraged to lend their voice to the conversation. For more information, please email Rachael Forester at rforest3@uncc.edu or call 704-687-1611.   

*Seating is limited*

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12:00 PM
February 16
Jewish Awareness Christian Fellowship Dinner and Devotion


Shalom,

The Jewish Awareness Christian Fellowship encourages the study and discussion of Historic Hebrew, Christian Biblical teachings concerning religious and geo political current and potential, future world events. The Jewish Awareness Christian Fellowship encourages all students to understand and appreciate the Historic Hebrew, Christian Biblical perspective in all interactions and forums.

All are welcome! Free weekly dinner provided.

Every Tuesday Time: 5:30-7 p.m.  

Room changes weekly:

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12:00 AM
Baptist Campus Ministry - Worship
Student Union 340 CF

Join us for worship, music, fun activities, fellowship with friends, and food!

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7:00 PM
February 17
Food for Thought
Student Union 267

Wake Up it's Wednesday! Come learn about and share your thoughts on the current social justice and diversity events, news, and trends going on in our world. We want to hear your perspective. Hope to see you there! 

Please email mrc@uncc.edu with any questions you may have.
Refreshments provided.

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12:00 PM
QY1: Queer Year 1
Student Union 266

Queer Year 1 (QY1) is a program designed for first year students at UNC Charlotte. QY1 is a cohort program that helps to connect LGBTQ & Allied students both to the Queer community on campus and the larger community of Charlotte. The program will engage students through the arts, community activism, community outreach and connecting to campus life. All first year students at UNC Charlotte are welcome to attend.  

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6:00 PM