Gordon College is a Christian community that strives to love God with both heart and mind and as followers of Christ we recognize our calling and privilege to gather for corporate worship. We meet twice a week on Monday and Wednesday mornings to worship in song and prayer and hear various speakers, some of which are highlighted below. You can view our previous worship gatherings or join us live on Monday or Wednesday beginning at 10:25 a.m.
Monday, September 15
Dr. Eddie Byun
Eddie Byun is the Lead Pastor of Onnuri English Ministry (OEM) in Korea. Along with pastoring at OEM, Eddie also teaches practical theology at Torch Trinity Graduate University, is Editor-in-Chief for Living Life, and fights for the freedom of the enslaved through HOPE Be Restored ministry. He is the author of Justice Awakening: How You and Your Church Can Help End Human Trafficking. Eddie received his Doctorate of Ministry in Preaching from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.
Monday, September 22
Dr. Michael Lloyd
Dr. Michael Lloyd is the Principal of Wycliffe Hall and was formerly the chaplain at The Queen’s College, University of Oxford and the Director of Studies in Theology at Christ’s College, Cambridge University. Dr. Lloyd has taught theology and doctrine at the University of Oxford, Cambridge University and St Paul’s Theological Centre, London. He is the author of Café Theology. He holds a BA and MA from Cambridge University and a D.Phil from the University of Oxford.
Thursday, October 2
Dr. Os Guinness
Os Guinness is an author and social critic. He has written or edited over thirty books on a wide range of themes, including The American Hour, Time for Truth, The Call, Invitation to the Classics, Long Journey Home, Unspeakable, and A Case for Civility. His latest book is Renaissance: The Power of the Gospel However Dark the Times, (IVP Books 2014). Dr. Guinness received his undergraduate degree from the University of London and his D.Phil in the social sciences from Oriel College, Oxford.
Monday, October 20
Rev. John Sommerville
John is the founding pastor of City Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Previously, John was a marketing executive at General Mills. After spending 12 years there, John left the corporate world to go to seminary and serve on the boards of several Christian organizations. John is a graduate of the University of Kansas. He has a master’s degree in Business Administration from Indiana University, and a master’s degree in Philosophy of Religion from Bethel Theological Seminary. He currently serves on the board of Christianity Today.
Wednesday, October 22
Nancy Ortberg served as a teaching pastor for eight years at Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Illinois. She is a founding partner of TeamWorx2, a business and leadership consulting firm that provides fast-paced, practical, and compelling sessions to leaders and their teams. TeamWorx2 works with businesses, schools, nonprofits, and churches to address issues of organizational effectiveness and teamwork. Nancy is a gifted communicator and highly sought-after speaker who is passionate about helping people connect what they believe with their everyday lives.
Wednesday, November 5
Rev. Stephan Bauman
Stephan Bauman is the President/CEO of World Relief. Stephan is a Certified Public Accountant, an ordained minister, and he holds a master's degree in International Development from Johns Hopkins University, a master's degree in Intercultural Studies from Wheaton College and a bachelor's degree in Business from the University of Wisconsin. Stephan lives in Maryland with his wife Belinda and their two sons Caleb and Joshua.
Monday, November 17
Dr. Eugene B. Habecker
Dr. Eugene B. Habecker has served as president of Taylor University since 2005. He holds degrees from Taylor University, Ball State University and the University of Michigan (PhD.). He also earned a law degree (J.D.) from Temple University and is a member (inactive) of the Pennsylvania Bar. He completed the Institute for Educational Management program at Harvard University and is the recipient of honorary degrees from numerous colleges and universities. Dr. Habecker has authored numerous articles and four books: Affirmative Action in the Independent College (1977), The Other Side of Leadership (1987), Leading with a Follower’s Heart (1990) and Rediscovering the Soul of Leadership (1996).
Wednesday, November 19
Rev. Bill Shaw
Bill Shaw is the director of the 174 Trust, a non-denominational community based organization in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The Trust promotes reconciliation in a disadvantaged community still suffering from sectarian violence. As a Presbyterian minister in a Catholic area, he works with the local community where tensions are still high between Catholic and Protestants. In 2012, he was named Officer of the Order of the British Empire for "services to the community of North Belfast.”
Monday, February 9
Noel has worked in full-time ministry in Latino, urban communities since 1982. After serving on the Board of the Christian Community Development Association for many years, he established the CCDA Institute, which equips emerging church leaders in the philosophy of Christian Community Development, and he currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of CCDA. Noel was appointed to serve on President Obama's Council for Faith and Neighborhood Partnerships, and is a highly sought after speaker, motivator, and mentor to young leaders throughout the USA. Noel has a deep passion to serve and invest in the lives of leaders committed to serving the poor.
DEEP FAITH 2015
Dr. Ken Shigematsu
Ken Shigematsu is the Senior Pastor of Tenth Church in Vancouver, BC, one of the largest and most diverse city-center churches in Canada. He received the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2013, which is awarded to Canadians in recognition for their outstanding contributions to the country. His bestselling book God in My Everything (Zondervan 2013) is about how people can experience Christ, not only in their formal prayers but in their home life, studies, work, and play through the ancient practice of a rule of life.