Lipscomb observes Resurrection Week with 'Who Will Set Me Free'

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The Lipscomb community will observe the week leading up to Easter with “Who Will Set Me Free?,” a series of comptemplative activities and worship based on Rom. 7:24.

“Connecting Resurrection Week to the original Passover narrative of God freeing His people from slavery in Egypt, our Lipscomb community will focus on Jesus himself as the one who sets us and the world free from spiritual slavery,” said Jake Burton, campus minister. “This week will have a focus of Jesus offering spiritual freedom, but also it will have an action element of getting students involved in setting free those who are in physical slavery in Nashville and across the globe in the human trafficking injustice.”


This week’s activities include:

Monday, March 25

Dramatic Reading of Scripture*

8 p.m., Ward Lecture Hall


Tuesday, March 26

The Gathering* featuring Chris Seidman

10:55 a.m., Allen Arena

Chris Seidman Follow-Up Teaching*

"Who will set the WORLD Free"

7 p.m., Ezell Center Chapel


Wednesday, March 27

Wednesday Night Devo*

9 p.m., Swang 108


Thursday, March 28

“Who will set me free?”

The Gathering* featuring President L. Randolph Lowry

10:55 a.m., Allen Arena

"Set Them Free" Human Trafficking Awareness Event with Sanctuary*

8 p.m., Woodmont Hills Church of Christ


Friday, March 29

Good Friday Service

3 p.m., Ezell Center Chapel


Sunday, March 31

Campus-wide communion service

9 p.m., Flatt Amphitheater

(Inclement weather location: Ward Lecture Hall)


*Chapel credit offered