Faith-Related clubs and organizations at Messiah University
Acclamation Dance Ministry promotes creative expression through the art of dance, providing an alternative language for the worship of our Lord Jesus Christ. Offering weekly classes ranging from beginner to advanced levels in a variety of dance genres, we use our gifts and passions of dance as a form of ministry to Messiah University and the community at large.
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The mission of Messiah University FCA is to foster relationship between students, centered around athletics, with the purpose of being a light on campus. Check out our website for our schedule, social media accounts, and the members of our leadership team. www.gomessiah.com/fca
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The goal of the club is to strengthen and grow student’s relationship with God, by deepening their understanding and ability to dialogue about theological concepts. The name, “Increase” comes from Colossians 1:10, where Paul prays that the saints at Colossae would be, “increasing in the knowledge of God.” This club falls directly in line with the mission and objectives of Messiah University. The club will present an opportunity for students to talk about theological concepts in an organized way and in a friendly, God-honoring environment. This will provide students the option to discuss theological concepts, as there are not a lot of current opportunities on campus for this explicit purpose.
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The Newman Club is open to all faith backgrounds and focuses on connecting Catholic students with regular meetings and activities that promote fellowship, community, understanding, reconciliation and friendship. While staying connected to their Church, we hope to depend student's faith and support each other through prayer, group discussions, social events and friendship.
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Nurses Christian Fellowship is a faith-based campus club, organized to encourage and allow nursing students to develop deeper relationships with one another as they grow closer to God together. We meet weekly on Wednesdays to fellowship, spend time in the Word, and pray together. We also hold special events throughout the semesters to encourage fellowship and service in fun and unique ways.
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Powerhouse gathers every Thursday that classes are in session in Hostetter Chapel at 8:30pm. It is the mission of the Powerhouse Team to lead gatherings of God-inspired corporate-worship through song, prayer, and scripture, engaging both spiritually and theologically in response to the invitation of Christ. We accomplish this with skillful hands and integrity of heart, through faithful preparation, that by our gathering all may be transformed by the renewing of our minds, hearts, and soul, and be sent out in love and peace to transform the world.
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Student-led ministries created to help reach students of all different backgrounds, who lead very different lives, where they are at. From chapels to multiple types of bible studies and small groups, Student Ministries works together to help inform student of global problems, create intentional communities, and places of worship led by students for students. We recognize and rejoice at the fact there are many different types of people on campus with us, and we strive to celebrate them, learning and participating in the many different forms of worship our God has created us for.
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