Are you gonna be around Lansing this summer? We won’t be having services as a venue in the MSU Union, but we’ve got events and classes planned May-August and would love to see your face.
Start off your Summer with Riv’s MSU Venue at our Summer Kick-off BBQ! We’ll have plenty of food, activities, and a chance to get plugged into Life Groups, our practical theology class, and community gatherings for the summer.
We’ll need a headcount for food, so register by clicking the link above!
Life is meant to be lived in community. We’ll have Life Groups running throughout the Summer season and we’d love to have you be a part! Summer Life Groups begin the week of May 20th and will go through the month of August.
Click the link above to fill out our Life Group form and we’ll get in contact with you.
Wednesday Community Nights
MSU Venue Community Nights are a space for students to gather together in the middle of the week to get refreshed with Gospel-centered teaching, discussion, prayer, and community. Come out and spend part of your summer with the MSU Venue!
Date: Our first Community Night starts Wednesday, May 15th and continues every Wednesday
Location: Riverview Holt Venue
Practical Theology Courses
In Ephesians, it says part of the church’s responsibility is to “equip the saints for the work of ministry.” We’re really looking forward to some of the courses we’re putting together for this Summer!
MSU Venue Summer practical theology courses include three independent courses, that contain three classes each, provided over May, June, and July. The aim for these courses are to equip individuals with theology that can lead them to practical growth and outworking of their faith.
Each class will happen at Riv’s Holt Venue from 5:30pm-7:15pm. Each course is $20 or you can register for all three courses for $50.
The Bible: May 15, 22, 29
How do we approach, embrace, and respond to the Bible normally? This class will be taught by Pastor James Granger, looking at practical ways to get into the Bible and let it influence our lives.
The Trinity: June 12, 19, 26
What is the trinity and why does it matter? This class will be taught by MSU Venue Director Young Yi, looking at how we see and understand the Trinity.
Sharing The Gospel: July 17, 24, 31
How do you talk about the Gospel normally and share it with others? This class will be taught by Riv Staffer Aaron Wentz, looking at real-life ways to share the message of the Gospel with others.
All Three Classes
Want to register for all three classes and save a little money?
Since the MSU Venue won’t have a weekend service over the Summer, we will be attending service together at Riv’s Holt Venue 11:30ish service on Sunday mornings.
If you are in need of a ride, please send us an email at [email protected].