A wide variety of events and activities are offered by Campus Ministries to provide our students with opportunities to pray, worship and grow their faith.
These events guide our campus community in increasing their PROXIMITY to God and their PROXIMITY to one another.
For a complete listing of these events, please see our events listings below.
Join us as we give back to our community on Feb. 24, from 1–6 p.m. at PMC Commons.
Please sign up at https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/donation-time.
*Amazon is offering a $5 gift card to anyone who donates!
The Center for Faith Engagement and the PMC Youth Ministries are hosting a purse drive for homeless women in Berrien County. On Nov. 12, the students on campus will fill the bags with health and beauty products and will give them to Paris’ Purse Inc., a non-profit that seeks to empower homeless women by providing them with these purses. If you have a handbag that you no longer use or need, we would love to put it to great use! You can drop off bags in the boxes located in the PMC lobbies as well as in front of the Center for Faith Engagement office!
Note: Collection will go until Nov. 1.
We are welcoming students and the community to our vibrant worship service on Sabbaths at 11:30 a.m.
Doors open at 11:15 a.m.
Seating capacity 150 people.
We start exactly at 11:30 a.m.
See you there!
New Life Fellowship is back to finish off the year. Join us from wherever you are for our new series "Elohim: Rediscovering God."
Zoom link is right here.
Your chaplains miss you! But we won't let a bit of social distancing get in the way of getting to know each other a bit more. So don't hesitate to log on.
Zoom Conference call link: https://andrews.zoom.us/j/7922985100
Visit the link below for other faith engagements available to students, employees and families.
"The Lord has heard my plea; the Lord will answer my prayer." Psalms 6:9
We believe God hears us when we call out to Him. Join us in the mornings as we gather for a worship centered around conversations with our Good, Good Father!
Login to join: https://andrews.zoom.us/j/7922985100.
The book of James is considered the wisdom literature of the New Testament. Our panel discussion of students is going to dive into the tension of several of the themes through the lens "The Disruption: Finding Joy in the Unknown."
This is the time for the whole family to come together. Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, faculty, staff or community member, join in this special time that draws us nearer to Jesus and each other.
The next volunteer invasive species plant removal work day at Warren Dunes State Park is on Sunday, March 1, from 1–4 p.m. We will meet at the picnic area south of the campground. Enter at the main park entrance and turn right just past the entrance booths on the road to the campground. Travel past the park headquarters towards the campground; the picnic area will be on the
left. GPS Coordinates: 41.907001, -86.591755.
By removing invasive plant species we protect the natural habitat and food supply for birds and animals that live and visit our parks and protect our parks for future generations. We welcome all families and friends. If anyone needs a letter indicating their participation for credit, we can provide this after the event.
Come and get to know your University chaplains on the first two Tuesdays in the month of March. There will be light refreshments and light conversation. Hope to see you there!
This will be a great event where previous student missionaries will highlight different places they have served and also help you see where you could go and help change the world. There will be snacks from a variety of different countries, and there will also be cool swag giveaways. Please come and join us for an event like no other.
Come and make an impact in our local Benton Harbor schools. Join us every Tuesday and Thursday from 3–6 p.m. For more information, please contact the individuals on the flyer. We hope to see you be a part of this great event.
Come and join in this amazing experience of a lifetime. During Spring Break 2019 we will be headed down to Equador to help make a difference. We will be helping to rebuild buildings that were destroyed in a recent earthquake. This is not only a great way to spend Spring Break with your friends but also a great way to make a difference in a unique part of the world.
Come and join us as we become the hands and feet of Jesus. If you have questions about this trip, stop by Campus Ministries or email us at email@example.com.
We hope to see you there with us!!!
We are seeking women that would be interested in tutor and teach basic math to locally incarcerated women, as they study to pass their GED test. Come and make a difference in an under served population. If interested, please contact Aubrey@andrews.edu or 269-363-3630 for more information.
Come get your car clean and support outgoing student missionaries as they raise money for their missions year! The Sammy Arepas food truck will be there, and 20 percent of their profits during that time will go to Student Missions, as well!
Join us in our wish of serving our local community. This is a great opportunity to de-stress and welcome in the weekend. This is also a great opportunity to fufill any service requirments that you are missing. We hope to see you!
If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or come and sign up at Campus Ministries.
The Light Bearers Bible Study is a 7-week, interactive, open-minded and discussion-based Bible study centered on strengthening our beliefs.
Join us at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays in the Office of Campus Ministries!
Student chaplains will lead out in this conversational vespers.
Michael Polite will speak on the topic "Was Jesus Political" as part of our Tough Questions Series.
Jon Peckham will speak on the topic "The Problem of Evil" as part of our Tough Questions Series.
Christena Cleveland is a social psychologist, public theologian, professor at Duke University’s Divinity School and author of "Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep Us Apart." Christianity Today named her as one of “33 Under 33” and JET magazine as one of five “online shepherds to follow.” She is currently writing "Priesthood of the Privileged," which examines power and inequality in the church.
Rahel Wells will speak on the topic "Old Testament Genocide" as part of our Tough Questions Series.
Join us at 11:45 a.m. each Sabbath as we receive the New Love, New Integrity, New Faith and a brand New Experience.