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STAND Campus Ministry

Students Taking a New Direction, or STAND, is an inter-denominational ministry designed to help students explore Christianity  and help those who are already followers of Christ grow deeper in their faith. So whether you are interested in just checking it out or building some close friendships and growing in your relationship with Christ, come and join us.

STAND meets at 9 p.m. Wednesday in Room 206/207 of the Natali Student Center. The group sings praise and worship songs, prays together and has a local pastor, campus minister or ministry leader share a message from the Scriptures. STAND is active in serving the community and partnering with local churches, along with frequently gathering for socials.

The professional campus minister overseeing the group is sponsored by the United Christian Campus Ministry Council and the Coalition for Christian Outreach. The group is founded on the four pillars of:

  • Scripture
  • Prayer
  • Fellowship
  • Service

Contact Campus Minister Pete Ware at stand@calu.edu with any other questions or to receive the calendar of events.

CrossSeekers

This Southern Baptist student organization welcomes all students. The group sponsors a spring break outreach at Daytona Beach in which students minister to other students. In the recent past, CrossSeekers also had a weekly fellowship with music, teaching from the Bible and prayer, meeting on at 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays in Room 206/07 of the Natali Student Center.

Young and Gifted Gospel Choir

This talented student group meets weekly for times of singing, fellowship and learning about the history of gospel music. The choir offers performances on campus as well as traveling to other areas. Choir members show their commitment in ministering to others by sharing their talents in the name of Christ. The choir meets at 4:30 p.m. Tuesdays in the LRC Auditorium.

Cal ROCKS

Reaching Out for Catholic Kinship, or Cal ROCKS, is an organization that has been developed to foster fellowship and learning opportunities among Catholic University students. This organization does not only provide students with an opportunity to further their faith, but also to learn about the history and development of the Catholic church. All students, regardless of denomination, are welcome to learn and participate in fellowship with this organization. 

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