This Morning We Are Praying For

The University of Pittsburgh – Johnstown
Johnstown, PA

President………………………………… Jem Spectar
Type………………………………… 4-year, Public
Campus Housing……………….. Yes
Student Population……………. 2,465
Student-to-Faculty Ratio…….17 to 1

Covid-19 Update:
“Fall term classes will be held from Wednesday, August 19, 2020 – Friday, November 20, 2020. Classes will be held on Labor Day, September 7, 2020. There will be an extended final exam period for the Fall semester that includes the possibility of holding in-person exams on the Monday and Tuesday before Thanksgiving and holding remote exams the week after Thanksgiving. Students will not return to campus following the Thanksgiving break.

Students must shelter in place before attending class in person. We know some students must work and can’t follow all shelter-in-place protocols. Please stick to what is possible, physical distance, wear a face covering & wash your hands often.”

This Campus Has NOT Been Adopted:

Known Christian Groups on Campus:
Catholic Campus Ministry…………….LaDonna McCrary
Protestant Campus Ministry………..Brad Dayton, Protestant Campus Minister Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Prayer Requests:
1) Jesus said in Luke 10.2 “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore
     beseech the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest.”

2) Students are under a lot of stress.
     a) They have little hope for the future
     b) Paying for college is very expensive
     c) Balancing school work, family dynamics, cultural expectations, the political
     climate, and racial tensions, just to name a few.
3) Pray for unity within the Christian community on campuses across the country.
4) Ask God to send a student awakening to our University campuses.
5) Pray that the Holy Spirit will bring conviction of “sin, righteousness and
     judgment” (Jn 16.8).
6) Pray for the school administrators, staff and faculty.
7) Pray for local churches to be involved in the lives of students, especially the
     community campuses and schools in small towns.

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