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Campus Fellowship

Due to COVID-19 gathering restrictions all Fellowship group meetings will begin the semester meeting in Anderson Amphitheatre or to internet-based gatherings either via Zoom, MS Teams or other live based platforms. When COVID-19 protocols are adjusted they will meet in meeting spaces listed for each group.

To receive an email invitation to any of the group meetings contact either the person listed or the Office of Faith and Spirituality at chapel@westminster.edu

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Join us at 9:00 p.m. each Thursday  in McKelvey Campus Center Witherspoon Maple Room when school is in session. Contact Magen Polcznki to receive an email invitation to the meeting. Meetings will begin with in-person in Anderson Amphitheatre when the weather permits or on Zoom, until the COVID-19 protocols permit indoor meetings. 

The Westminster FCA chapter of this national organization was organized in 1969 with the purpose of confronting athletes and coaches with the challenge and adventure of serving Christ. FCA meetings feature talks given by professional athletes, student athletes, coaches and fans. Everyone is invited to attend.

If you have any questions please contact any member of the Leadership Team:

 

Newman Club

Meetings are held at 8:00 p.m. each Wednesday during the semester in McKelvey Watto Conference Room 327. Contact Riana Smith to receive an email invitation to the meeting. Meetings will begin with in-person in Anderson Amphitheatre when the weather permits or on Zoom, until COVID-19 protocols permit indoor meetings.

Open to ALL students, the Newman Club is a club of Catholic culture and Catholic fellowship. If you have any questions please contact any member of the Leadership Team:

 

Orthodox Christian Fellowship

Meetings are held at 6:00 p.m. each Thursday, starting with a time of prayer and then followed by Bible Study during the semester. Contact Constantine Kallaur to receive an email invitation to the meeting. Meetings will begin with in-person in Anderson Amphitheatre when the weather permits or on Zoom, until COVID-19 protocols permit indor meetings.

OCF is open to all students who are interested in growing or exploring the Orthodox Christian faith. If you have any questions please contact any member of the Leadership Team:

Fr. Michael Garvilos (advisor)
Rev. Jim Mohr (advisor).

 

Small Group & Bible Studies

Choose from a number of different topics and meeting times. Groups form each semester for study and fellowship -- please contact the Office of Faith and Spirituality for an updated listing or contact Rev. Jim Mohr if you are interested in forming a Small Group or Bible Study.

Small Group Studies

Small Groups are always being developed and are listed below when groups are being offered. Please return at a later date to view additional Small Group studies being offered. If you are interested, but need information about starting a Small Group contact Rev. Jim Mohr (College Chaplain) or If you would like to offer a Small Group opportunity please contact the Office of Faith and Spirituality to share the information about your Small Group so that the Chapel Office may include it in this posting and in other Chapel Office resources.

Special Speakers 2021-2022

Due to COVID-19 recommendations and restrictions we currently have limited scheduled guest speakers or events planned at this time.

We are continually adding speakers and events to your Campus Ministry program. Please return periodically to view our schedule of speakers and/or events.

Sunday, September 19, 2021 - Spiritual Emphasis Westminster Guest Speakers George & Pamela Pendergrass from Frontier Fellowship, will be the Guest Speakers at Open Door Worship at 6:30 PM in Anderson Amphitheatre or Wallace Memorial Chapel base on COVID-19 protocols.

Previous Guest Speakers:

David Newell aka "Mr. McFeely" fromMister Roger's Neighborhood
Tunch Ilkin (former Pittsburgh Steeler, 1980-1992 and current radio analyst for the Pittsburgh Steelers)
Roberto Clemente Jr. (motivational speaker:  "Sportsmanship:  On a Team, On Your Own")
Rev. Augustin Kabongo (International Peacemaker from the Democratic Republic of the Congo)
Rev. Yousif Matar Kodi (International Peacemaker from Sudan) and Karla Ramos-Amaya (International Peacemaker from El Salvador)
Moses Mkandawire (International Peacemaker from Malawi)
Rev. Dr. Patricia K. Tull
Rev. Ray Jones, Ron Righter
Dr. R. Bruce Bickel
Bakithi Kumalo and David LaMotte

Concerts:

David Bailey
Shaded Gray
Induction of Reason
Valley Below
J.D. Eicher and Bakithi Kumalo
South African All Stars
Abraham Jam