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Student Communities Fostering Leaders for Today

Whatever your gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, nation or station, all are welcome in God’s house and in our communities. Check out the campus ministry in your area to find out about the latest events and mission opportunities, like group dinners, worship times, yoga together, painting together, habitat for humanity, retreats, mission trips, coffee breaks, or bible study.

Not only do students get access to leadership and service opportunities, they have a safe place to gather and share their concerns.

Campus ministry can often offer other benefits such as parking, free copies, and a church home away from home.

Campus Ministry and your Church

Guest Preacher

Campus ministers are happy to lead worship at your church. Connect with your area ministry to schedule a visit.

Dinner Hosts

Host or provide dinner for campus ministry students. Contact your area ministry to get on the calendar.

Share our Story

Use our videos in your worship service to bring awareness of this vital ministry and how apportionments are at work.

Mission & Ministry

Invite our students on a mission/ministry opportunity or consider fostering a student in need during COVID, holidays, or school breaks.

Foster Connections

Send a list of the year’s graduates to your local campus ministry so that students can be welcomed.

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Campus Ministry News

Reminder: Connect with Campus Ministries

If you haven't done so already, it's not too late to send your recent graduates list to the campus ministry near you. If you know which campus they're headed to - even better! Be sure to share this link https://dscumc.org/campus-ministry/ with your high school...

Annual Conference Mission Project – Student Hunger

Annual Conference Mission Project – Student Hunger

A Glimpse of Hunger at ASU By Billie K. Fidlin, Director of Outreach & Justice, and Rev. Jamie Booth, ASU Valley Wesley There are students on university campuses across the country who have difficulty securing regular meals during the best of times. In these times...

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