Higher Education & Campus Ministries
Ministries of Faith in Action
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. Students get access to leadership and service opportunities, and 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.
Connect with your area ministry to schedule a guest preacher or to host or provide dinner for campus ministry students. Please a list of the year’s graduates to your local campus ministry so that students can be welcomed.
News & Events
The third Sunday in February (Feb 20) is DSC Campus Ministry Sunday! Contact the campus ministry nearest to you and invite a guest speaker for any Sunday in February to offer highlights about campus ministry. Find other ways to celebrate and highlight Campus...
By Rev. Jamie Booth Hello Desert Southwest Annual Conference! Our Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry (BHECM) is excited to announce that we are accepting applications for the Cooke Memorial Scholarship Fund for the 2022-2023 academic year. Students must...
The Board of Camping and Retreat Ministries of The United Methodist Church announce camping opportunities for special needs persons at Camp Hope.
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...
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...
By Rev. Dr. Brooke Isingoma, Chair of the DSC Board of Higher Education and Pastor at St. Matthew United Methodist Church February 21, 2021, is DSC Campus Ministries Sunday! Please use the DSC Campus Ministries Sunday video, highlighting the work of our four campus...
Pray for students Remember students from colleges all over the country who have returned home to their communities (many of my students have come back to Phoenix) Support the cost of ZOOM Order food or other encouraging things to be sent to students apartments...
The news is filled with new updates regarding actions related to COVID 19. Three feet, then six feet. Groups of 50 restrictions now down to 10. Messages from federal, state, and municipal sources, and of course even our own bishop. Among those reports have been...
The idea for this North District Ripple Project came about through a collaboration between our UNLV Campus Ministry, UNLV School of Social Work, and Clark County Step Up. Judy Tudor, a UNLV instructor who trains social workers about the needs of foster youth, meets regularly with college students who are alumni of the foster care system. She asked them what keeps them motivated to stay in school. Some had seen their friends receive care packages from their families and expressed a desire to receive something thoughtful like that.
This has truly been a year of challenge and blessing, and I am pleased to serve the Desert Southwest Conference in leading the North District in making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world through collegiate ministries at UNLV.
Rev. Hannah Bonner
Wesley Foundation at U of A
715 N. Park Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85719-5037
This location also serves Pima County Community Colleges
Share our story
Use our videos in your worship service to bring awareness of this vital ministry and how apportionments are at work.
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