Spiritual Life

 While grounded in the values of the Mennonite faith - peace, justice and service - spiritual life groups and activities are open to all. Participants in spiritual life activities represent Mennonite, Catholic, United Methodist, Baptist, Church of God, Church of Christ and many other denominations.

Fellowship groups, service groups, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Bible studies, student-planned worship services these are just a few of the opportunities offered through the spiritual life office.
 
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SERVE hosted an Autism 5K run/walk
 

Video from chapel

Christian concerts by artists such as Shaun Groves and Jars of Clay have kicked off Spiritual Life Week (SLW), an event held each semester and planned by a student committee. The week's activities typically include multiple presentations by a guest speaker, parties, an air band contest and praise time at the College Cabin.

Student-led worship

Icon chapel 2013

Students are instrumental in planning the voluntary weekly chapel and every-other week Sunday evening worship services.

sharing off-campus

Shining Through ministry team

Shining Through ministry team leads services for churches, retirement communities and schools through personal testimony, scripture reading and contemporary style music.

Hall Chaplains

Hall Chaplains

Student hall chaplains help students get involved in campus ministries and activities. They are available for peer counseling and to help other students find ways to put their faith into action.