Campus Ministry - What We Do!
Campus Ministry Events
Holy Hours - Saturday, 8-9 PM, 17 Oct and 14 Nov
“… if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and heal their land.” – 2 Chronicles 7: 14
Our holy hours are prayerful nights of adoration, confession, and benediction that are open to students, community members, and visitors.
Every month, we gather at Newman to worship before the blessed sacrament; to experience the healing of reconciliation; and to celebrate in song, chant, and word the blessings of God given through His presence in the Eucharist.
Thoughtful Thursdays - video uploaded on Thursdays
Thoughtful Thursdays are weekly short video meditations designed for finding peace in an unquiet time in an unquiet world. Their purpose is to provide moments of considered calm for busy students during a year that’s been anything except calm. Each meditation will introduce students to varying figures and practices, within and without the Christian tradition, which will teach simple and small ways of finding interior quiet and mental order.
UBRooted - Tuesday, 7-9 PM
“So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live your lives in him, rooted and built up in Him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness.” — Colossian 2: 6-7
UBRooted is a women’s group for college students who want to grow spiritually and in community with each other. Our purpose is to root our lives in the Lord through our faith and thankfulness for all He has done for us. We want all who come to our gatherings to better live this out in their own lives. Our name literally means ‘you be rooted (in Jesus)’.
We are so excited to meet you all and are thrilled for our future in UBRooted! Please email email@example.com for any questions, concerns, or ideas you have to share! Bring all of your fellow sisters and we will see you soon! :)
Emmaus - Friday, 1-2 PM
“Were not our hearts burning within us while he talked to us on the road and opened the Scriptures to us?” — Luke 24: 32
Emmaus is a Bible reflection group for college students who want to explore the old and new testaments while searching for how the Bible applies to their everyday lived experiences. Our purpose is to discover what God says in the Bible and how we can better live according to those words. Rather than being overly academic or guided, this reflection group aims to inspire the burning love described by the disciples on the road to Emmaus: we want to find in the Bible concrete calls to action that suggest how we can better live according to our spiritual beliefs.