Want to be a part of an intentional Christian community? Are you interested in living with other students of faith, gathering regularly for prayer, meals, leadership discussions, and retreat? Do you sense a call to be a spiritual mentor for Freshmen? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Fellowship Hall and/or Peer Ministry may be for you.
Deadline for signing up for Fellowship Hall the 2013-2014 academic year has been extended to Friday, March 1st. Go to the on-line application page.
New for 2013- 2014 will be a team of Peer Ministers who will be a part of Fellowship Hall in Guild Memorial, but live and serve in the Freshmen Residence Halls.
Fellowship is an intentional Christian community within the residence halls that seeks “a way of life abundant…. This way of life – abundant not in money and possessions but in mercy and hope – is given not only for the sake of those who are its members. It is given that these might live for the sake of others, indeed for the sake of all creation. The challenge is to discern how to live this way of life…at your moment in history.” (From Practicing our Faith: A Way for Searching People).
Commitment to exploring the way of life abundant and its implications for personal, professional and civic life, common prayer, leadership, worship, and service are expected of all members. Scripture and Practicing our Faith: A Way for Searching People serve as the primary texts for the group’s life together.
Fellowship is strengthened by diversity in the Christian traditions and expressions of its members.
Fellowship is a ministry of the Chapel of the Resurrection and is advised by Pr. Char, University Pastor.
When you apply, please be prepared to answer the questions below:
Read more about being a Peer Minister.