September 10, 2012
ARISE THIS WEEK: SEPTEMBER 10TH - 16TH

TONIGHT!!! Free Concert w/ the Mark Swayze Band - Monday Sept. 10th @ 8pm in the HUB (SUB II) Ballroom on Campus

Arise presents a free concert featuring: The Mark Swayze Band. The Mark Swayze Band is a Christian recording group coming to play a free concert at George Mason in the HUB Ballroom on Monday, September 10th at 8pm. They will feature music off of their current album “This Album Feeds Children” To date they have provided 15,000 meals for children and their families through album sales and our partnership with Children’s Hunger Fund (http://www.chfus.org/) through Lauren’s Table (http://laurenstable.org/). We hope you’ll bring a friend and join us in the HUB (SUB 2) ballroom on Monday, September 10th at 8pm.

Worship in the Cinema - Tuesday Sept. 11th @ 8pm

Join us in the Cinema (located on the ground floor of the Johnson Center between Jazzman’s & Dewberry Hall) at 8pm every Tuesday. We have a great team of leaders to lead us through singing, prayer, Scripture, a message, communion and of course free cookies to follow. The Scripture and Message will be focused on “Who do you Love?” found in Matthew 5:43-48. Everyone is invited. We hope to see you there!

Brown Bag Theology in Campus Ministry Room (Johnson Center room 239) - Wednesday Sept. 12th @ 12:00 (noon)

Every Wednesday Arise will have an open discussion group call “Brown Bag Theology.” We hope to challenge you each work in Worship and have offered this time to talk with one another about the things discussed at Worship the night before. The group will be led by Mark and will end by 12:50. So bring your lunch and an open mind. We hope to see you there!

Sept. 16 Tenth Avenue North Concert to Benefit Rising Hope UMC Mission Church

Ever wonder how a concert to help those in need in Northern Virginia? Join ARISE Campus Ministry on September 16th at Hylton Memorial Chapel for a Tenth Avenue North concert. Doors open at 5:30 and concert starts at 6:30. This concert will support Rising Hope Mission Church as they serve the homeless, the economically disadvantaged and those in recovery in the Rt. One corridor of Fairfax County (http://www.risinghopeumc.org/). Tickets are $25 a piece on your own or $30 at the door (They can be ordered by going tohttp://www.itickets.com/tour.). If you are a George Mason student and interested in attending the concert for $15 contact us now or join our event on facebook and Contact Mark by September 12th to reserve your $15 ticket. We will meet at the Starbucks on campus at 5:00 pm and ride together.


For more information on upcoming events visit our website www.arise.gmu.edu, check out our Facebook page www.facebook.com/arisegmu or follow us on Twitter @AriseGMU. If you have questions about Arise or are looking to get involved contact the Campus Minister for Arise Mark Montgomery at mmontg10@gmu.edu