The mission of ACTS Campus Ministries is to help its members increase awareness of their identity in God, to identify a Spiritual family that will support, encourage, and love them, and to consistently apply the principles of God in order to grow in Spiritual maturity. ACTS will use weekly S.C.O.R.E. Bible studies, Extravagant Worship experiences, and numerous activities and ministries to disciple its members and to promote Spiritual maturity. ACTS is a Christ-centered, student-driven organization.
Campus Directors: Stephen and Elisabeth Roehm
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: Colton Allen
Campus Intern: Brynn Anderson, Stephen Coyle, and Mikelle Rabuck
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
Phone: Bev 812-457-8109
Staff: Jessica Lutz, Jordan Lutz, Graham Myers, Kyle Leadingham,
CFC exists to value students and to call students to value Jesus above all. We meet weekly at 500 Summerland Ct (about 1 mile off campus) on Tuesday nights at 8:00pm. Join us for a free meal, a chance to do free laundry, build community, and be in God’s word together. We have events, hangouts, and conferences often, so follow us on twitter @collegeatcfc for updates and information. CFC is a student organization that worships at Christian Fellowship Church together on Sundays at 10:45am.
Campus Director: Nathan Hazel
Staff: Lindsey Wilson, Zach Tinner, Erica Hazel
President: Seth Cravens Vice President: Tim Effinger Treasurer: Taylor Humphrey
Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a organization that is meant to unite USI student athletes who share faith in the Holy Bible. FCA will give them the opportunities to relate their lifestyles as student athletes. Participation in FCA will help members grow spiritually, athletically, academically, and professionally.
Meeting Place: PAC 209 Meeting Time: Mondays from 9 p.m.-10 p.m.
President: Logan Ball, firstname.lastname@example.org, Men's Soccer Vice President: Erica Oberbroeckling, email@example.com, Women's Volleyball
FCA Advisor: Dr. Darrin Sorrells, firstname.lastname@example.org
I Am Second
I am Second is a movement meant to inspire people of all kinds to live for God and for others. The purpose of I Am Second is to reach out to the USI community, sharing the hope we have in Jesus and explaining to others the importance of living second.
Contacts: Ashley Dankovich, email@example.com
Sloane Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Light Collective is a student led ministry that strives to make disciples of Christ through community evangelism and genuine relationships. Our hearts desire is to see God glorified on campus by living out our faith boldly and finding satisfaction in Jesus.
Meeting Place: Kleymeyer Hall (LA 0101)
Meeting Time: Tuesdays @ 7 p.m.
Contact: Matt Castro
Women's Leader: Liz Trucheon
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 0016
Meeting Time: Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
Mass on Campus: Sundays at 4 p.m. Liberal Arts (LA) 0101
Contact: Christine Hoehn
Website: USI Newman Catholic Community
Seminarians/Interns: Brian McCaffrey and Calixte Sensani
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 and 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)
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, and talk like Jesus! We meet weekly for worship-teaching-sharing-food-laughter-friendships.
Meeting Place: RL0017
Meeting Time: Thursdays @ 7 p.m. *Come at 6:30 for a free meal!
Contact: Kellar Stem
Campus Intern: Kristin Uhr
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 10a.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: Traditions Lounge (UC East)
Meeting Time: Thursdays @ 7:30 p.m.
Contact: Billy Thompson