Tradition of Fall Foliage Day continues in new location

October 13, 2017

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Tradition of Fall Foliage Day continues in new location

What a beautiful day to spend in the great outdoors! This year’s annual Fall Foliage Day was spent at the Hopewell Rocks, just a 40 minute drive from campus. With over 120 students in attendance, as well as many staff and faculty, this year’s Fall Foliage day was one to remember.

With two full buses, and many cars loads, participants spent the afternoon in nature with friends. It was the perfect setting to explore faith, share worship, enjoy treats and hot chocolate, and explore the beauty of the Hopewell Rocks. Along with exploring the natural surroundings, staff and faculty set up stations for time of reflection, prayer and communion. Following the station walk, everyone gathered to share in worship, and to hear student Hannah Freeze share a passage from God’s word.  

Dean of Chapel, Tim Milner, planned the event with the wonder of the glory of God in creation in mind.  “We all need to take time to ponder how beautiful He is, and that the creation continues to speak to us of His sovereignty, goodness and love towards humanity.” explained Tim. 

Fall Foliage Day is a Crandall tradition that not only allows people to enjoy the beautiful Fall scenery, but provides an  environment to explore individual relationships with God. We thank everyone who participated in this year’s Fall Foliage Day, and we can’t wait for next year!


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