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One Community Campus Ministry Student Associates 2016-2017

 2016 Eliz Althouse
Elizabeth Althouse
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Hi! I am a senior at MSU, studying kinesiology with a cognate in physical therapy. I have been part of One Community Campus Ministry since my freshman year. I have found this group to be my rock in times of struggle.

I was born and raised in Eaton Rapids, Michigan where I was an active member of the community through volunteer work and extracurricular activities. I grew us in this church and continue to be active in many things - choir, Prayers and Squares quilt ministry, deaconing and teaching Sunday school.

I have been extremely blessed to be given another opportunity to serve as a student associate this year. What I enjoy so much about One Community is that this ministry is welcoming and open to anyone, regardless of their race, religion or orientation.


Leah Auchter
Leah Auchter
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Hi! I have been a member of One Community since my freshman year and am returning for my second year as a student associate. This is my last year at MSU and I plan to go to graduate school. I am majoring in anthropology, with a focus in forensics, microbiology, and genomics and molecular genetics. I grew up in Wisconsin and am a devote Packers fan! 

One Community has been a large part of my college life. I've met good friends and have had some great experiences.
 

2016 Nick Reynolds
Nicholas Reynolds
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Hi! I am a senior at MSU studying political theory and constitutional democracy (PTCD for short) in the James Madison College of Public Affairs. I was born and raised in Lansing and love being so close to family and friends while going to school. As a cradle Episcopalian, I am thrilled to be part of such a faithful and spiritually engaging group.

I had the honor and privilege to complete an internship with the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights in Washington, DC this past summer. This was a wonderful continuation of the 2016 spring break trip that focused on the history of the Civil Rights movement in Georgia and Alabama.

Sunday Worship
Summer (5.29.16 - 9.11.16)
9:30 am 

School Year (9.18.16 - 5.14.17)
8:30 and 10:45 am
Education Hour for all ages
9:40 - 10:30 am

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