The purpose of chapels sponsored by MEPD is to provide students with a diverse worship experience in the midst of a diverse group of believers.
An annual two-day conference held in February that gathers attendees from across the west to discuss the needs of students and professionals from culturally diverse backgrounds on the Christian College campus.
A diversity workshop for students, staff, faculty, administration, and alumni that uses interactive media and discussion to build community, facilitate ethnic identity development, and promote racial reconciliation in the Body at Biola.
Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon
Dr. King's dream was for a society that valued people of all cultures and ethnic backgrounds. This event seeks to allow time to pause, reflect, pray and move forward together to see the Kingdom of God lived out in our world today.
At this energetic event we seek to celebrate unity and diversity through various elements of Hip-Hop such as B-Boys, Graffiti, Spoken Word and D.J.’s and by inviting guest artists from the community to share various their artistic mediums.
During this event a variety of artists from churches and colleges across Southern California share their unique gifts as they perform and lead the Biola community in an array of Gospel music styles including soloists, duets, dance, and choirs.
For dates of events visit the MEPD Calendar.