Black's Chapel Beacons is supported by the United Methodist Church. We are believers who meet to passionately worship God, grow in our faith, deepen our relationship to Jesus Christ, and serve God and others in the community and the world. We exist to love God and love people.
Campus Leader: Ray Vanover (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Pastor: Jim Stauber
Meeting Time/Place: TBA
We seek to build laborers with a commitment to the Great Commission-through evangelism and discipleship. We are passionately reaching students with the gospel and training them to become mature followers of Christ.
Campus Director: Matt Cazee
Campus Staff: Kevin Tackett (email@example.com)
Campus Intern: Shauni Boudia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Campus Intern: Colton Allen
Campus Intern: Hope Fuelling
We are a Spirit-empowered, diverse community of believers on campus, declaring in word and lifestyle our faith in Jesus Christ, equipped to fulfill our purpose in God's global plan. We reconcile students to Christ, equipping them through communities of prayer, worship, fellowship, discipleship, and mission to transform the university, the marketplace, and the world.
Meeting Place: Mitchell Auditorium (Health Professions Building, First floor)
Meeting Time: Thursdays 7 p.m.
Contact: Bev Freund, Leigh Ann Coats
Phone: Bev 812/457-8109, Leigh Ann 812/449-5222
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a group of students who do not pretend to have life figured out. But we desire real, authentic relationships that prepare us for life. Join us as we seek a better understanding of this life and how to live it through relationship with God and each other.
Meeting Place: UC 2207
Meeting Time: Engage-Tuesdays @ 7 p.m., Connect-Monday @ 8 p.m. (freshman)
Contact: Matt Castro
We come together to celebrate Mass and stay connected to one another and the gospel. We have retreats, go on group outings, cookouts, and provide spiritual support for all students. We have several volunteer opportunities throughout the year also: preparing and serving food to the homeless, fundraisers for the needy, and clothing and toy drive for children, etc.
Meeting Place: Rice Library Room 0018
Meeting Time: Wednesdays at 6:30pm
Mass on Campus: Sundays at 4:00 p.m. Liberal Arts (LA) 0101
Contact: Christine Hoehn
Website: USI Newman Catholic Club
The Pagan Student Union is a non-practicing group which seeks to help expand religious diversity and provide a place for people to expand their knowledge about various religions and Pagan Paths. This group is for all, Pagan or not. Weekly meetings include workshops, presentations, and discussions which are designed to explore various belief systems and
increase our understanding of them. This group is intended to expand social networks, knowledge, and to help build understanding and respect on the USI campus.
Meeting Place: UC 215
Meeting Time: Monday @ 9 p.m.
Contact: Walker Byer
One Life is the Campus Ministry of One Life Church. We hope to provide an atmosphere that is encouraging and engaging no matter where you are in your understanding of the whole faith and church thing. Our goal is to share the good news of Jesus in authentic, creative, and intellectual ways. Bring your mind, your heart, and your questions as we build relationships, find ways to serve our community, and try to understand what this life is about. We also plan on having a lot of fun in the process.
Meeting Time/Place: email Matt Breivogel
Contact: Matt Breivogel
Church Address: 1301 W. Lloyd Expressway, Evansville, IN 47710
We are committed to secular thought and reasoning, and we appreciate and seek to understand scientific principles that govern the universe and everything within. We are non-believers dedicated to humanistic issues adn forging a better tomorrow. We demonstrate that life without religion is meaningful and morality does not have its basis in religion. We seek a world where believers and non-believers live together peacefully and harmoniously. We seek to better our local and global communities through humanitarian aid, fund raisers, and community service. Believers and non-believers alike are welcome, but one should have an open mind and treat others with respect and dignity.
Contact: Jacob Adams Phone: 821-454-4719 (call or text) Email: email@example.com Contact: Marian Yoder Phone: 812-454-6075 (call or text) Advisor: Garret Merriam
Student Christian Fellowship is a non-denominational campus ministry that encourages students to grow together to more look like, act like, think like, talk like, and maybe even smell like Jesus! We meet weekly for worship-teaching-sharing-food-laughter-friendships.
Meeting Place: RL0017
Meeting Time: Thursdays @ 7 p.m.
Contact: Don Williams
Vision Campus Ministries (VCM) is a Christian organization geared towards helping students find Jesus Christ and a purpose for their life. We are a group that wants to help students build a relationship and bring Christ into their everyday life! VCM is overseen by the R.O.C.K. Community Church.
Christ on Campus
Meeting Place: Forum 1
Meeting Time: Two Sundays per month @ 7 p.m.
Vision Campus Ministries
Meeting Place: UC 206
Meeting Time: 9 p.m.
Contact: Tamera and Cameron Jones
Phone: (Tamera) 574/323-6854, (Cameron) 219/689-0842
Email: (Tamera) firstname.lastname@example.org, (Cameron) email@example.com
Westwood is a bible-teaching church that desires to see Christ at the center of everything we do. Our worship service starts at 10am which consists of contemporary and traditional styles. We send our college students on mission trips ranging from national to international. We want to serve you by providing a host family for you, free Sunday lunches, prayer support, Biblical teaching and one-on-one discipleship. We have a mix of students from different Christian campus organizations.
Meeting Place: 121 S. Boehne Camp Rd. (Westwood)
Meeting Time: Sundays 8:45 a.m.
Contact: Ben Russell
There are two main ways that college students can be involved in Young Life. College students make great Young Life leaders, and most Young Life areas are eager to nurture, train and include college students on their Young Life teams!
But Young Life also has a growing presence on college campuses for those students who are at a different place on their faith journey. It’s called Young Life College. Regardless of where students are in their religious beliefs, Young Life College offers them a community to be a part of where they can enjoy college and be loved for who they are. As caring adults venture with them, college students are nurtured, guided and encouraged to become young adults who are committed followers of Jesus Christ.
Meeting Place: Rice Library 0003
Meeting Time: Mondays 8 p.m.
Contact: Rick Riley