Baptist Student Union
"Knowing God and Making Him Known." This is the vision of Baptist Student Unions across our state. Here at Mississippi College we take joy in participating in that vision. Our personal mission statement reads, "Attempting to glorify God, we will seek His guidance in evangelizing, equipping, and encouraging those who He places before us." We invite all students to join us in this mission.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA offers the opportunity for the athletes on Mississippi College's campus to join in Christian fellowship and testimony. Membership is open to any student on campus. The club is active in sending out teams to hold services, fellowships, and retreats all during the school year.
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF)
RUF is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America on the campus of Mississippi College that is open to all people and all faiths.The organization is affiliated with Reformed University Ministries, the campus ministry program of the Presbyterian Church in America, under the oversight of the Mission to North America Committee. This organization was founded to provide an in-depth ministry to college and university students based upon the authority of the Word of God in every area of life. The purpose of this organization is the glorification of God in all pursuits and endeavors of life and the enjoyment of Him forever.
Upper Room Campus Fellowship
"Helping lead Students to intimacy with Christ" is the heart’s cry for Upper Room Campus Fellowship. Upper Room meets weekly, offering a unique time of fellowship - including intimate worship, and group Bible study. All Students are invited to be a part of Upper Room!
Mission: Leading students to Christ and building mature Christians who live out their faith and empowering and equipping students to fulfill God’s call in their lives though worship, prayer, and the Word.
We aim to make sure that everybody, regardless of learning styles, culture, differences, and denominations, are ministered to. We are here to provide a local place for our students to worship and learn about Christ and living for Christ.
We aim for variety. On any given night there could be, poetry, praise dance, miming, Gospel rap. We have social outings promoting fellowship as well as service projects promoting service on campus and in the community.
The Newman Club is a Catholic organization geared toward Catholic students attending non-Catholic colleges. Its purpose is to help students learn about and understand Catholicism and enrich their faith by providing fellowship, continued learning about the Catholic faith, and service to the Church and community. We seek to do this by studying scripture, the Catechism and Christian books, participating in the Sacraments together, forming and doing service projects, attending events at local Catholic churches, and having weekly meetings where we pray, fellowship and eat with one another. The Newman Club is open to any student interested in learning more about the Catholic faith, regardless of religious affiliation.
The Wesley fellowship seek to offer a place of hope fellowship and discipleship for students of Mississippi college. At the core of all we do, we ask the question "does this build the Kingdom of God?"
We meet together on Thursday nights at 730 pm for P.T. (Prep Time) P.T. is our time to prepare to share our faith with those we encounter in daily life. We are continuing to seek new ways to serve God and others.
InterVarsity's Graduate and Faculty Ministries partners with other national organizations (such as the Christian Legal Society), local churches, and area believers in seeking to live out the Gospel alongside students and faculty. On both the main campus and at the Law School, there are several opportunities to be involved. Graduate school or faculty life can be navigated with grace and joy, and being part of a larger community is key to thriving in all ares of life.
InterVarsity's Graduate and Faculty Ministries are founded on the following Biblical commitments: spiritual formation, community, evangelism and service, integration of faith, learning, and practice.
Ways to get involved: small group bible studies, large group meetings, one-on-one discipleship, retreat, service projects.
Contact: Chandra Crane