Not all, but many a graduate from Texas State take a leap in the San Marcos River, demonstrating that they may not be as smart as their degree indicates.  

We congratulate Angie Langdon, Marshall Breedlove, and Chelsea Frosch for getting to the finish line.  Or more accurately, a new starting line. Marshall will begin studies at Phillips Theological Seminary in Tulsa, Oklahoma, after graduating in August.  Chelsea will be entering the Master's Program in Social Work at Texas State, and Angie will be heading to Central Europe to work among and live with the Roma people of Central Europe.  More on that below.
    Want to help send her?
    Angie Langdon has been accepted into the ELCA's Young Adults in Global Mission program, a distinct honor as fewer than 100 people are chosen each year.. 
    This unique program invites ELCA young adults ages 21-29 into a transformative, year-long journey in international service. As they offer themselves in service, young adults are shaped by the witness of our global neighbors. They share in the journeys of companion churches and organizations in one of nine countries around the world.
    A year of service through the Young Adults in Global Mission program invites young adults to become the hands and feet of Jesus in the world, providing critical support to ministries and projects in communities of need. It also invites volunteers into a journey of self-reflection, providing space to consider their sense of identity, God’s work in the world, and their place within it all.
    Young adults serve in the spirit of accompaniment, walking alongside global companions in a manner that practices mutuality, interdependence and solidarity.
Angie will spend the next year accompanying the Romas in their daily lives and in the struggles they face as a people without a distinct land and with a history of being marginalized.  Her exact placement is uncertain; Hungary or Serbia are most likely. 
    We want to support Angie in her work, and so we at Christ Chapel are hoping to gather $500 toward her goal of $5000.  If you would like to help, cash donations, checks, or debit cards are all welcome.
Our new T-shirts have arrived and are available in sizes S to XXL. The front shows our logo. Only $5.00 and you can represent Christ Chapel at any formal or informal function. Come by the office or on a Sunday night to get yours!

Note: Ripped deltoids are not included.  
Worship at 5:30 p.m., most every Sunday

    Weekly worship continues through the summer, with two exceptions.  Memorial Day weekend (May 28th), and on Sunday, July 2, Independence Day weekend.  Otherwise, come every Sunday night for worship and sometimes for supper together afterwards.  

Homeless Ministry, Too.
     We will cook for the homeless and serve supper at the Southside Community Center on the first Monday of every month throughout the summer.  Show up at Southside, 518 S. Guadalupe, at 4:30 on June 5, July 3, and August 7.  
Sommer's Place
    A plaque now marks the entrance to the coffee house extension, where many of us were blessed to first meet Sommer Morton.  Her loss is still painful, because the text of the plaque speaks the truth: "In honor and memory of Sommer Raye Morton, who was quick to say, 'I love you,' and taught us to do the same.  May 28, 1994 - December 1, 2016."  We do thank God for her life and witness and pray for peace and comfort on all who loved her.
P. O. Box 1803 (510 N. Guadalupe) San Marcos, TX  78666   
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