Judson College Presents CHRISMA
Summer of 1975 Reach Out Team
One of These Days; Innocent Man; It Won’t Stop; I Didn’t Think it Could Be; God’s Love; Come With Me; God So Loved; All the Way; We Praise and Thank you , Lord Jesus; There’s a Quiet Understanding; A Rich Man Am I
Chrisma which means anointing, is the name chosen by six young people who came together to follow Judson’ twelve year tradition of sending students out in a ministry of summer service. During the nine weeks of their ’75 summer vacation, Chrisma will travel from Atlantic City to the plains of Iowa, giving over 60 concerts of folk-gospel and traditional religious music. On their tour of over 10,000 miles they will pour out their message of Good News and personal faith to thousands of youth and adults. As they serve as ambassadors for Judson College, their friendly smiles, sincere testimonies, and enthusiastic appreciation for Judson College impresses everyone.
Jody Stuart, second soprano, is a middler from Morrison, Illinois. she has toured with “Love’s Reflection,” last year’s summer team, and the “young World singers”
Sue Fleshman, who sings alto, is a senior from Olean, New York. She also seres as accompanist tor the team.
Singing first soprano is Beth Weiss, a senior from Dundee, Illinois. She has been in several singing groups, and she went to Germany with Jody and Sue and other members of the Judson Choir on their tour in 1974.
Barry Lovett, a middler from Aurora, Indiana, is captain of this team. This baritone, who also plays bass guitar is studying for the ministry. He has visited Haiti and toured Israel with the “Wandering Wheels.”
Dan Copelin, a middler from Ovid, Michigan sings bass and plays guitar.
Pat Hargis, a middler from Mt. Clemens Michigan, sings tenor. When he completes this tour, Pat will serve as student Chapel Coordinator at Judson for the 1975-76 school year.
Judson College, which is located in Elgin, Illinois, is a fully accredited, liberal arts co-educational institution of higher education that is affiliated with the American baptist Churches, USA. In twelve years of operation it has developed an enrollment of nearly 400 students. Its unique program offer a flexible curriculum of divisional majors, assorted co-curricular activities, and evangelical christian atmosphere, small classes, and a trimester schedule.