Partners in your spiritual journey
The holistic nature of a Messiah College education compels faculty, staff and administrators alike to be committed to your spiritual formation as a student.
At Messiah, we want you to growth in your faith and have a passion for Christian community. Join in a small group, find a personal mentor, challenge yourself in a campus ministry role. From the first day you step on campus to your last, we hope your time at Messiah is a time of growth for you spiritually and academically, and a time where you’ll learn to explore, question and deepen your core convictions and Christian beliefs.
Through complementary men's and women's small groups and ministry efforts as well as a monthly large group gathering, Koinonia is designed to be a place where students can easily find a place to plug in, can participate in a ministry that is relevant to their concerns, and can be challenged along with their peers to grow deeper in their faith. Koinonia is a campus-wide ministry; anyone from any part of campus can come by themselves or with some friends and join a small group of their choice.
The Worship Community is a co-curricular learning group comprised of students and educators dedicated to learning more about the nature and leadership of Christian worship.
Adventure challenge activities, Bible studies, team-building initiatives and more.
Check out these opportunities coordinated by the Agape Center for Service and Learning.
Fulfilling chapel requirement through service
Interested in an alternative method of obtaining chapel credit? Offered through the Agape Center.
AROMA is the sports ministry arm of Messiah's athletic department which seeks to have an impact on our teams, our campus, our community and our world for the glory of God. AROMA facilitates sports ministry training and opportunities for anyone who wants to get involved on campus. Their prime vehicles for ministry include, international trips, national service trips, local outreach and summer camps.
Spiritual Formation Survey
Take the Spiritual Formation Survey to discover your spirituality type.
Pastoral Counseling and Spiritual Direction
You may set up times for pastoral counseling with our pastoral staff by calling the College Ministries office. Sessions for spiritual direction for groups or individuals can also be scheduled by calling 691-6017.