Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry

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Methodist University is committed to helping each student grow toward wholeness; physically, mentally, socially, spiritually, and academically. Because the University recognizes that spiritual well-being is essential to wholeness, a diverse religious life program is offered to help students along this journey.

Ongoing opportunities for such sharing include weekly worship services, Holy Communion, fellowship meals, spiritual growth retreats, forums and open discussions, bible study, and community service projects. The various Christian faith families are encouraged to explore their individual identities as well as to share faith together as one body.

Methodist University also encourages and supports students on their spiritual journey when they practice a faith other than Christianity. Methodist University encourages students of various faiths to organize themselves for the purpose of learning and growing in their faith. Methodist University also encourages interfaith dialogue.

Everyone is welcome to participate in campus ministry for worship, fellowship, study, support, pursuit of justice, and service to our neighbor.

University Chaplain: Rev. Kelli Taylor, Vice President for Religious Life & Community Engagement

Campus Ministry Coordinator: Mr. Dwayne Stinson

Contact Rev. Taylor at the phone number below to arrange pastoral counseling.

Campus Ministry Center Phone: (910) 630-7214

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Pastoral Counseling

Provided on request 24 hours a day by calling 7515 for an appointment. Chapel is open for prayer and meditation from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Administrative Planning and Implementation

Campus Ministry Leadership Team


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