Religious Life Organizations

Religious Life Organizations

Campus Ministry Leadership Team

The Campus Ministry Leadership Team serves as an advisory committee for all Campus Ministry Clubs and Organizations. This committee is involved in the planning, evaluation and vision for Campus Ministry programming and reports to the Religious Life Council. The leadership team meets twice each month to address programming opportunities for Christian students on campus. Qualifications- The team is made up of all campus ministry student club and organization leaders, and others with a passion for sharing Christ and his love on the MU campus.
Rev. Lisa Lawrenz, (910) 630-7214, llawrenz@methodist.edu

Campus Ministry Work Team (Domestic/International Trips)

Methodist University Campus Ministry is committed to providing opportunities for students to serve Christ locally and abroad. International Mission trips will be held during various breaks. Qualifications- All Students are welcome to become part of the Campus Ministry Work Team. For more information on upcoming trips, please visit the Religious Life office located in Chris's House or contact the Religious Life staff.
Rev. Kelli Taylor, (910) 630-7515, ktaylor@methodist.edu

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is focused on helping athletes grow in their sports performance and in their discipleship. FCA sponsors a weekly gathering for fellowship and worship, as well as 14 huddles, small groups for each of MU’s sports teams. FCA offers other opportunities to connect with other students and to grow your faith. You do not need to be an athlete to attend. Qualifications- Come one come all!
Rev. Lisa Lawrenz, (910) 630-7214, llawrenz@methodist.edu

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Interfaith Council

The Interfaith council is made up of students, staff, and faculty who aim to increase inter-religious dialogue and awareness on campus. The interfaith council sponsors a weekly Interfaith Roundtable, where students of all faiths can come to share their perspective and to learn from others. IFC sponsors a weekly scripture study, discussing the meaning and relevance of passages from a range of scriptures from the world’s major religions. In addition, the IFC celebrates festivals from Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, and Buddhist holidays, among others, as a means of supporting students of those traditions and of helping students learn more about other religious traditions.  Qualifications- Any interested student is welcome to participate in any IFC-sponsored activity. The council is especially interested in working with students from international backgrounds, and students who identify with non-Christian religions.
Nan Fiebig, (910) 630-7370, jfiebig@methodist.edu; J. R. Hustwit, (910) 630-7514, jhustwit@methodist.edu

Men's Bible Study

Men's Bible Study is student led Bible study that is designed to promoted individual spiritual growth, communal fellowship and Christian understanding through weekly discussion, prayer, fellowship and community outreach. Men's Bible Study also hosts cookouts, praise nights and retreats. Qualifications- All men are welcomed to attend.
Rev. Lisa Lawrenz, (910) 630-7214, llawrenz@methodist.edu

One Voice Gospel Choir

One Voice International Gospel Choir is a campus ministry-sponsored choir that performs in chapel services, local church worship services, and events throughout the state. The students meet semi-weekly for practice, fellowship and business discussions. Qualifications- All students with a desire to praise God are welcome to be part of the One Voice Gospel Choir. There are no try-outs.
Tracey Pearson, (910) 630-7587, tpearson@methodist.edu

PGM Fellowship

PGA Golf Management Fellowship is a non-denominational Bible study/discussion group for golf management students that meets weekly on Monday nights. The group is student-led and covers a variety of topics through small group discussion, question and answer sessions, guest speakers and small group study. The group also seeks opportunities to serve the campus, community and surrounding areas of North Carolina. Qualifications-Current PGA Golf Management students.
Bob Bruns, (910) 630-7180, rbruns@methodist.edu

Religious Life Executive Board

The Religious Life Executive Board oversees all Religious Life programming for the campus, including both Campus Ministry and Interfaith Initiatives. The Council manages the program budget for all Religious Life organizations, sets the direction for religious life programming and envisions ways to expand religious programming on campus. The council is composed of two co-chairs, a representative of the Campus Ministry Leadership Team, a representative from the Interfaith Council, a secretary, a service chair, and a communications and media chair. Qualifications - Officers elected annually based on nominations by Religious Life officers.
Rev. Lisa Lawrenz, (910) 630-7214, llawrenz@methodist.edu

Women's Bible Study

Women's Bible Study is a group of women who meet each week to grow in their relationship with Christ and one another. It is led by students and open to all students, faculty and staff at Methodist University who would like to learn more about Christ and grow in their discipleship. Women's Bible Study also partners with Men’s Bible study to host cookouts and retreats. Qualifications- All women are welcomed to attend.
Rev. Lisa Lawrenz, (910) 630-7214, llawrenz@methodist.edu

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