Messiah University's response to COVID-19

Messiah is in session this fall with flexible in-person and remote learning options, health and safety protocols and student care and support.


Community partners

Community Partners

Long-term relationships with local, national and international community partnerships are at the center of Agapé Center initiatives. We believe that partnerships are mutually beneficial to both our community members and our students. We hope that our students bring academic experience, desire to serve and a skill set to community partners who offer wisdom, experience, and guidance to our students.

The Agapé Center works with multiple organizations who offer one-time projects, weekly local service, service trips, or resources. Our partnerships include working with youth mentoring, people experiencing homelessness, women in transition, refugee & immigrant communities, tutoring, companionship with the elderly or adults with special needs, food access and urban gardening. 

If you’re a community organization and would like to explore potential partnership with the Agapé Center or a Messiah University faculty member or course, please email