Navigating university life can prove difficult, especially when you want to continue growing in your faith. Our Discipleship Ministries consist of peer-to-peer small groups centered on meaningful interpersonal sharing, transformational Bible study, prayer, and fellowship. In these spaces, we hope the Holy Spirit forms lasting bonds of faith and friendship that help each participant, each leader, and our community as a whole to fully embrace God's calling for their life and continue growing as a disciple and follower of Jesus.
We have five different ministries, including Men's and Women's Ministries, Logos and Roots Bible Studies, and Sanctuary.
Interested in joining or leading a small group? Contact our discipleship ministries team during the academic year: email@example.com.
The mission of Men's Ministry is to spread the Gospel, to help men understand their identities in Christ through intimate relationships with other men, to experience healing, and pursue restoration between men and women. To accomplish this mission, Men's Ministry hosts mentorships, life groups, and other events. Our hope is that every man who comes through Messiah would experience the freedom that comes from being adopted and identified as a son of the King.
"Not that I have already obtained this or am already perfect, but I press on to make it my own, because Christ Jesus has made me his own." Philippians 3:12 (ESV)
Weekly prayer nights
Weekly life group
Our Women's Ministry desires to cultivate a Christ-centered community for all women on campus. We provide small group/one-on-one mentorship, prayer support, and community events aimed at pointing women to deeper relationships with the Lord.
Our ministry believes that by intentionally engaging in prayer, spending time in scripture, and building genuine relationships, each woman on campus will be able to embrace her identity as a Daughter of the King.
Weekly life group
Our Life Groups provide a safe space for students to explore and grow in their faith while cultivating strong relationships through fellowship, discipleship, mentoring, prayer, and Bible study. As a team of dedicated mentors from Men's and Women's Ministries, we look forward to walking alongside students as they take their next steps in their spiritual development.
Logos Bible Study
The mission of Logos is to invite students into fellowship with Jesus and with each other through cultivating curiosity about the Bible, digging deeper into Scripture, and fostering community. In our Bible study, we observe the passage, interpret the meaning, and practically apply it to our lives using the Inductive Bible Study Method. We choose a new theme or book of the Bible to study each semester. Come study the Word with us!
Weekly Bible studies
Movie nights and other events
Roots Bible Study
Roots is dedicated to studying God's Word through spending time in community. We are always trying to find new ways to build each other up spiritually and strengthen leadership skills. Our night begins with playing games and hanging out, and then transitions into a time of digging into God's word.
Weekly Bible studies
Weekly community nights
Facilitating team bonding experiences for Student Ministries leaders
Sanctuary moves to ask big questions about the Christian faith. Do you wrestle with doubts? Are you looking for help discovering your relationship with God? Our mission is to come alongside students as they seek to grow in their faith. We support students by creating a space to ask challenging questions and explore answers.
Weekly talks about questions of Christianity (often addresses topics raised in students general education Bible class,
Encountering the Bible) Testimony and trivia nights