2009-2010 NewsSummer ScheduleTree in Memory of Pastor DarleneChristmas Eve 09Going to NOLA This Summer?Finals Week 2009Graduation 2010Finals Week 2010Free Ice CreamMary the Dawn ExhibitSt. T's RetreatWant Not Waste NotGraduation Event UshersLearning About Suicide PreventionDonate Meal Card DollarsOutdoor Worship & "Resurrection" Winter Camp Volunteers NeededSAI Honors Pastor GregaFaith and Service Travel Grants AvailableRev. Phyllis Kersten Joins Chapel StaffResources for the GrievingChristmas 2009 Concerts SetSigns of the ResurrectionAdopt a Family 2009Peeps Contest Winners NamedELCA Official Speaks Nov. 17Services for Pastor DarleneStudents Going to FuneralVienna Boys' ChoirWRC Meets GoalPastoral and Peer Counseling AvailablePeace and Social Justice SymposiumIn Memory of Pastor GregaHalloween FundraiserAfghanistan: a soldier's perspectiveHoly Week 2010Prayer Walk is Nov. 1MP during Holy WeekOct. 27 Next Praise ServiceFellowship MealSenior Organ RecitalDr. Schnabel CommemoratedPeeps Be With You50th Celebration ContinuesMarch MadnessTell Your Chapel StoryDeac WeekAdvent Christmas Vespers 2009Be blessed!Sept. 27th Festival WorshipAsh WednesdayWalk for HungerWRC 2010 Kick-offFounders Day 2009Why Support Casas for Kids?Warm StuffA Special Organ RecitalIgnition!Gospel Choir's First Service of 2009Fellowship Hall Accepting ApplicationsPastor Kehret Returns for Sept. 27thTransfiguration Vespers 2010Praying for HaitiWhat are you wrestling?Haiti ReliefJSP Memorial Sept. 26Jazz Worship Service is Jan. 17Alumni Organ ConcertJanuary 2010 Organ RecitalsSpring 2010 RetreatFree Retreat for StudentsNew Staff MemberCompassionKnitLetter from Dean NagelDr. John Steven Paul Piece CoreSunday Morning Changes for '09-10Advent Christmas Vespers 2008Table TalkNew Prayer Book has Online Component
Pastor Kehret to Preach Sept. 27th

Sunday, Sept. 27th, you’ll definitely want to be at the Chapel for the 50th anniversary celebratory service at 10 a.m.! Preaching that day will be Rev. David Kehret, former University Associate Pastor at the Chapel.

Pr. Kehret, who now lives in Virginia, served at VU from 1984 to 2002. In 2002 he received the Martin Luther King Jr. Award for his help in broadening understanding of multicultural issues and for providing a witness about how people from diverse backgrounds can come to value one another.

Before coming to the University, Pr. Kehret served as campus pastor for 14 years for Lutheran Campus Ministries in Omaha, Neb. He also taught part-time at Creighton University and at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and had been a parish pastor at churches in Iowa.

Over the years he has authored a number of books including Can These Bones Live: Contemporary Dramas for Lent & Easter and Worshiping Through Drama: Chancel Dramas, Dramatic Readings, and Sketches for Worship. He now serves as a trained intentional interim pastor, assisting congregations through periods of crisis.