Ministry Groups are student led and meet weekly to promote fellowship, spiritual growth, and service.
- Founded in Baptist roots, BCM gives Campbell students a comfortable environment to explore their faith. This campus ministry group strives to uphold Christian values through active worship, community service, and fellowship on a weekly basis. By offering an outlet for students to take a break from the daily stresses of college life, BCM invites members to connect with Christ and fellow believers. Students will leave with a passion for serving Christ in any capacity.
BCM meets on Thursdays in Butler Chapel at 8 p.m. Please contact Caitlin Mancil for more information.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)’s mission and purpose is to provide a group worship time as well as a small group bible study for any and all who consider themselves an athlete and who also have the common love of sports. Through this, we hope that those who come will gain the knowledge of the gospel through the scope of athletics and competition.
FCA meets on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. in the Football Field Pressbox. Please contact Zane Weekman for more information.
The Campbell University Gospel Choir (CUGC) is dedicated to worshiping the Lord through song. We hold true to our spiritual heritage of singing, dancing, and shouting to the Lord. Our unique, passion infused sound, allows us to be an active ministry presence on campus and in local churches. We strive to enhance each person’s worship experience so that they too may know the goodness of God.
CUGC meets on Tuesday evenings in Butler Chapel at 7:30 p.m. Please contact DaQuan Williams for more information.
Our group is Ignite because ignition is the process of something catching fire. We strive to disciple students at Campbell University into a deeper relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ through fellowship, devotion, and teaching. Our goal is to ignite a passion by developing and maintaining our daily walks with the Lord.
Ignite meets on Wednesdays at 8:07 p.m. in Turner Auditorium (in the D. Rich Building). Please contact Emily Little for more information.
The purpose of SHINE is to empower women to grow in their Christian faith. With an emphasis on missional living, SHINE trains young women to be bold in sharing their faith across the campus, throughout the community, and around the world. The community of SHINE seeks to affirm women as leaders in Christ through prayer, Bible study, and fellowship.
SHINE meets on Monday nights in Taylor Hall, Room 324 at 8 p.m. Please contact Melissa Pulley for more information.
Inspirations Dance Company seeks to provide a community that celebrates and engages in worship through dance and mime that reflects the culture and experience of its members.
Inspirations meets on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in Butler Chapel. Please contact Makaiala Sitton for more information.
The Catholic Student Association (CSA) seeks to provide a place for all Catholic students at Campbell, as well as any students interested in the Catholic Faith. In weekly meetings, we learn about our Faith, pray together, practice Catholic traditions, fellowship, and discover how we can spread the love of Christ to all people in our daily lives. CSA Meetings are held on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. at the Campus Ministry House. Please contact Matt D’Andrea for more information.
The Wesley Fellowship, founded upon United Methodist principles, gathers to grow faithfully through a weekly Bible study, to build and strengthen relationships with one another through intimate small groups, and to live the Gospel through humbly serving others. We seek to love our neighbors on the Campbell campus through our ever-growing service opportunities.
Wesley Fellowship meets on Monday evenings at 9 p.m. at the Campus Ministry House. Please contact Nick Koury for more information.
Encounter exists to share the love of Christ with international students and their families by providing a safe and affirming space for friendship, intercultural exchange, Bible studies and meeting the welfare needs of members in order to prepare them for a life of service.
The purpose of the Jewish Student Organization (JSO) is to create a safe haven for students at Campbell University to practice and encourage Jewish organized programs. Students of other faiths are welcome to learn more about the Jewish faith by participating in regular activities on campus.
RANSOM is a radical ministry that strives to provide an open community that is comfortable and relatable. Through student testimonies, scripture and stories we hope to share Christ in a unique and transparent way that reaches individuals of all walks of life.
RANSOM meets on Mondays at 9 p.m. in the Football Field House. Please contact Jeff Kennedy for more information.